In addition to the standard simulation features found in the company’s Shooter program, Blueprint also includes more advanced features such as 3D mapping, multiple virtual microphone locations for examining frequency response throughout the venue, and multiple source setups. These parameters and more are being evaluated as part of the beta testing process.
In addition, Shooter files can be uploaded for instant use in Blueprint. Also, Adamson has also integrated an export feature that allows clients to convert venues into 3D CAD files.
Blueprint is also an integrated control surface for Energia DSP and diagnostics.
On another note, the first North American tour with the Adamson E15 went out with Duran Duran in late 2011.
Front of house engineer for the tour, Snake Newton, discusses working on the Adamson E15 rig in the video below.
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