Building 429 lead vocalists Jason Roy with the DVA T12 line array handing in the background.
Edison, NJ (July 8, 2013)—Christian rock band Building 429 is touring this summer with a full line array system from dBTechnologies and RCF subwoofers, all manned by Jackson, MS-based Legend-Seven Productions.
"The band needed high-quality sound from a box that would provide a lot of flexibility," explained Darrell Henderson, owner of Legend-Seven Productions. "We've been using db Technologies for four years. The DVA T12 powered line array is compact, lightweight and sounds terrific. It was the perfect solution for this tour."
Legend-Seven provides 10 DVA T12 active line array modules utilized in a left-right configuration along with four stage level RCF TTS56-A subwoofers for low end.
"The system is flexible enough to create the size of array each venue requires," Henderson said. "Depending on the room configuration, we often use leftover modules for fill wherever needed."
"Even with all of the features, it comes down to how a system sounds," Henderson said. "This system sounds pristine; the band is thrilled with it."
Building 429 will be touring the states all summer and into the fall. In addition to the sound reinforcement system Legend-Seven Productions is providing an Allen & Heath iLive digital console, stage rigging and backline gear for the summer tour.