A group of Nashville-based musicians assembled as The Cunningham Willis Consortium performed live on the evening of the second day of recent Bose RoomMatch demo sessions at Ben’s Studio in Nashville.
Nashville, TN (May 12, 2014)—Bose Professional Systems recently held three days of events in Nashville to demonstrate its RoomMatch modules. Studio designer/system integrator Steve Durr oversaw the educational sessions held at Ben’s Studio, the former RCA Studio A now owned by singer-songwriter and producer Ben Folds.
The demonstrations featured in-depth discussions of RoomMatch systems; a highlight was the second day’s performance from a group of Nashville-based musicians assembled as The Cunningham Willis Consortium (mixed by Durr). The group underscored the system’s range by performing a variety of musical styles, with a number of different singers sharing lead vocals while Durr mixed as front-of-house engineer.
For these demos, two RM7010s, two RM9010s, two RM9020s, two RM12020s and two RMS218 subs were used for the house system, while a half-dozen RMU208 modules were used as floor monitors for the band. A total of five Bose PowerMatch PM8500N amps provided amplification for the system, and processing was handled by a Bose ControlSpace ESP-88 engineered sound processor and CC-64 Control Center.
“As an engineer and designer, I felt that it was important to let people hear and experience a RoomMatch system for themselves first hand,” said Durr. “Our Nashville event clearly let attendees hear what is possible from a PA system if it is designed properly, and Bose totally nailed it with RoomMatch.”
Bose Professional Systems Division