PK Sound has announced Frisco, TX-based Pulse Production Group as the latest member of the PK Alliance partner network following the firm’s investment in a T10 robotic line source system. As an Alliance Member, Pulse can augment its T10 system with access to large-format Trinity Black robotic array elements from the alliance’s dry-hire inventory.
“PK Sound is driving our industry forward with much-needed innovation, both in terms of its robotic line source technology but also the forward-thinking and collaborative PK Alliance business model,” says Bob Wargo, COO of Pulse Production Group. “T10’s integrated robotics deliver significant technological and operational benefits to our team and our clients, including variable multi-axis dispersion that tailors coverage to any given venue or application. We’re excited to get to work with PK Sound and our partners in the PK Alliance.”
Pulse Production Group’s system includes 16 T10 robotic line source elements and eight T218 intelligent subwoofers, driven by a PK Cell modular touring rack. The company also is among the first to use PK .dynamics software that combines numerous aspects of the modern live sound workflow in a single platform. To date, those deployments include shows with international headliners like Jelly Roll, I Prevail, Trace Adkins, Halestorm, Fit for a King, and others.
“We’re building the PK Alliance with hard-working, technically skilled, and passionate partners who are keen to push the boundaries of innovation with us,” states James Oliver, Chief Strategy Officer with PK Sound. “Pulse Production Group’s expertise will be invaluable in helping to deliver first-class events and we’re excited to work with them and all of our PK Alliance Members to usher in the next generation of live sound reproduction.”