By PSW Staff • April 9, 2012 Notice: Array to string conversion in /storage/av03466/www/public_html/wp-content/plugins/timber-library/vendor/twig/twig/lib/Twig/Environment.php(462) : eval()'d code on line 157 Array When Yes Events Ltd purchased a major RCF Theatre & Touring (TT+) system nine months ago they were determined to standardize on RCF components from that point forward. Their recent purchase of eight-enclosure TTL33-A compact, 3-way active line array system and two additional TTS28-A subwoofers was a good start on that commitment. In addition, they have invested in six TT25-SMA touring 15in stage monitors and RCF’s proprietary RDNet system software, to integrate with the TTL33-A. According to Yes Events director, Tom Chennells, the underlying reason for the latest round of spending was to service Rock Choir’s infamous Flash Mob on Sunday, March 25th scheduled for more than 30 shopping malls simultaneously. Rock Choir is the biggest contemporary choir in Britain. With a burgeoning repertoire of rock, pop and gospel music, a soloist turned up at each of the selected destinations, armed with a radio mic and backing tracks, to kick start the ‘choir’ of shoppers in each location. As a preferred supplier Yes Events was contracted to handle sound reinforcement at many of the sites — all with RCF components. Their new TTL33-A line array was immediately shipped down to Bristol’s new Cabot Circus, operating two elements per side and showing all the benefits of their wide dispersion. Elsewhere, they fielded other RCF components, including their existing TT25-A active two-way monitors, compact ART 722-A active full range enclosure with ART 905-AS active 15in bass bins and the 4PRO series, with 4PRO 8003-AS active 18in sub. “We are big fans of the Touring & Theatre range,” explains Chennells, who runs Yes Events with Nick Ratcliffe. “Although we did need more gear for the Rock Choir event coming up, we really purchased the new SMA stage monitors because we have won the contract to look after 25 outdoor community festivals this summer, generally featuring smaller acts and tribute bands.” “Because the TTL33-A is compatible with the RDNet control and DSP input cards we can tailor how the system throws the sound — which is vital at sites where containment is an issue. This is a unique feature and one of the reasons why we chose the TTL33-A.” As if that wasn’t enough Yes Events have also purchased their own stage roof, which allows them to provide one-stop shopping for regional sound productions. And as for the foreseeable future, Tom predicts, “We will continue to expand with RCF.” RCF Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Tagged with: Concerts Line Arrays Loudspeakers Poll RCF Sound Reinforcement Tours · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound.