Wilmington, DE (April 15, 2010)—Regional provider Starground Concert Audio (Newark, DE) recently tackled sound for Delaware Concert For Haiti, which raised $12,000 for Haiti emergency relief.
House/system engineer David Muddiman reported, “It was a great show which featured many Delaware musicians–over 130–and was the largest concert to benefit Haiti in the state, raising $12,000 in 8 hours. Our set up time was one hour, but that went pretty well with the huge number of musicians and IATSE members who volunteered to help!”
Held at the Siegel Jewish Community Center in Wilmington DE, the event required a sizable effort on audio production; in addition to Muddiman were monitor engineers Brian Mikus and Brianna Kownacki, and a 14-person volunteer crew that included two members of IATSE 284 DE.
Starground fielded a APB-Dynasonics Spectra console at the FOH position, and a pair of linked APB-Dynasonics ProMon desks at monitors. The house PA was based around Meyer Sound MSL-4, UPM-1 and 650-R2 boxes, and the monitors were tackled with UM-1Ps, USW-1Ps, MSL-4s and UPA-1Ps.
Delaware Concert For Haiti
Starground Concert Audio