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Studio Mediterraneo Brings Adamson to Bolivia

Cochabamba, Bolivia (December 11, 2009)—Sound reinforcement company Studio Mediterraneo, founded by brothers Wilson and Ygort Cespedes nearly two decades ago, has purchased an Adamson Y10 line-array system.
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Studio Mediterraneo staff with its new Adamson Y10 PA.
Cochabamba, Bolivia (December 11, 2009)—Sound reinforcement company Studio Mediterraneo, founded by brothers Wilson and Ygort Cespedes nearly two decades ago, has purchased an Adamson Y10 line-array system.

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Studio Mediterraneo handles small- to mid-sized festivals, shows and corporate projects in Cochabamba, the third largest city in Bolivia with a metropolitan population of more than 1,000,000 people.

In the early days of the company, Mediterraneo built its own cabinets, but upgraded to an inventory that includes loudspeakers from RCF, Behringer, Peavey and EAW. Now the company has added 16 Adamson Y10 line-array modules. The company also provides Digidesign Venue and Allen & Heath analog consoles, Martin moving lights, and LED Video Screens.

Mediterraneo initially heard of Adamson through another Adamson user, Big Shows Entertainment, based in capital La Paz. Following the purchase, Daniel Fernandez of Abba Trading, Adamson’s Latin American distributor, recently held a private Mediterraneo training seminar in Bolivia.

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