Adamson took to the stage at this year’s Standon Calling festival, which was the festival’s biggest feat yet welcoming a record 15,000 people.
This years’ headliners across the three-day festival, July 25-28, included the iconic Nile Rodgers & CHIC, and pop supremo Rag’n’Bone Man. Other acts include Friendly Fires, Echo & The Bunnymen, Róisín Murphy, IDLES, Lewis Capaldi, Mahalia, Kate Nash, The Big Moon, Steam Down, The Japanese House, Band Of Skulls, The Joy Formidable, Sea Girls, Erol Alkan, Simian Mobile Disco, Warmduscher and more.
Adamson’s UK distributor The Warehouse Sound Services Ltd designed an Adamson sound reinforcement system for the festival’s main stage.
The system consisted of a full complement of Adamson E15 line array loudspeakers and E119 subwoofers with additional ground stacked S10 line array loudspeakers on the sides, all powered by Lab Gruppen PLM 20K44 amplifiers running Lake Processing.
Front fill was covered with new Adamson Milan ready CS7p point source loudspeakers. The new CS-Series is the world’s first family of mobile loudspeakers to feature onboard Class-D amplification, DSP, and Milan-ready (AVB) network endpoints.
Systems engineer Aidan Thomson from The Warehouse created the system design and provided support as systems engineer.
He commented: “The bar is high in terms of what people expect sonically at festivals. The Adamson systems are truly scalable and we received some favorable comments from several visiting engineers who really enjoyed using the system on the main stage.”
The Warehouse also recently brought Adamson’s sound systems to Edinburgh’s International Festival 2019, which you can find out more about here.