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QSC Goes Live Shea Stadium

Brooklyn, NY (January 27, 2010)—Buzz about your venue? Good. Buzz in your venue's PA? Bad. Avoiding the latter is Live @ Shea Stadium, an “interactive recording studio/DIY venue/all ages show space” whose gear includes QSC Audio HPR Loudspeakers.

Brooklyn, NY (January 27, 2010)—Buzz about your venue? Good. Buzz in your venue’s PA? Bad. Avoiding the latter is Live @ Shea Stadium, an “interactive recording studio/DIY venue/all ages show space” whose gear includes QSC Audio HPR Loudspeakers.

Featuring acts that typically play makeshift venues, the buzzed-about Live @ Shea Stadium provides touring bands and local artists who cannot normally afford proper recording a chance to document their live set free of charge. The venue uses little to no outboard gear, and the 16 x 8-channel snake is plugged directly into the Mackie Onyx (whose FireWire output enables Live @ Shea Stadium to record all of its shows), which is then rerouted to a Yamaha EMX board.

Without fancy microphones and digital signal processing, the QSC HPR Series PA, consisting of two HPR153i three-way full range cabinets, augmented with a single QSC Audio HPR181i powered sub, delivers audio throughout the fledgling performance space. As a plus, the speakers have proven durable against the gamut of small venue perils: crowd surfers, beer spills, power outages, and so forth.

Live @ Shea Stadium
www.myspace.com/sheastadiumbk

QSC Audio Products, Inc.
www.qscaudio.com

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