Alcons Audio is hosting an introduction of its new LR24 touring line array system in Hollywood immediately following the NAMM 2020 show.
Noted FOH engineers Robert Scovill, Brad Madix and Greg Price will be on hand for the “What You Mix Is What You Get” event at The American Legion Theater in Hollywood on January 20 and 21, 2020, where a system headed by Alcons LR24 arrays with BC543 subwoofers will be available to be test driven.
Note that demonstrations and visits must be pre-booked via email with Dave Rahn of Alcons at [email protected] Specifics regarding the event —
The American Legion Theater @ Post 43 Hollywood
2035 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Monday, January 20 – Noon to 8 pm
Tuesday, January 21 – 9 am to 4 pm
Guests & Co-Sponsors:
— Robert Scovill, senior specialist, AVID and noted FOH engineer (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Rush), who will be manning an AVID S6L console. Several multitrack environments will be available for guests to hear.
— Brad Madix, Diablo Digital partner and noted FOH engineer (Florence and the Machine, Katy Perry, Rush), who will be showing the Diablo digital portable touring packages for multitrack recording and playback.
— Greg Price, Diablo Digital partner and noted FOH engineer (Ozzy Osborne, Black Sabbath).
Note that AVID and The Legion Theatre are co-sponsors of the event.
The new LR24 is a mid-size, 3-way line array module loaded with Alcons’ multiple-patented pro-ribbon technology for mid and high frequencies. It’s designed to provide very fast system impulse response and up to 90 percent less distortion that translates to an intuitive linear response with high intelligibility and non-compressed identical tonal balance at any SPL. Find out more about the LR24 here.
The BC543 is a high-output cardioid subwoofer features with the company’s patent-pending vertical waveguide technology; mounted on the RBN202 pro-ribbon driver, it helps cut distortion while providing a wide imaging surround experience. Find out more about the BC543 here.
The Sentinel amplified loudspeaker controllers are the drive engines, proprietary amplified processors offering 4-in/4-out, 192 kHz AES3 digital inputs, color touch-screen and encoder control and high-end amp stages. Find out more about the Sentinel here.
As previously noted: demonstrations and visits must be pre-booked via email with Dave Rahn of Alcons at [email protected]