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Lleyendecker GmbH Utilizes CAMCO Vortex Amplifiers To Drive Systems For Unique Street Gigs Series

Drawing on a substantial inventory of Vortex amplifiers and NEXO GEO D modules with CD18 subbass units, the Lleyendecker team was able to achieve maximum flexibility, whether ground-stacking or flying the main PA.

By PSW Staff February 5, 2009

Keiser Chiefs in concert with sound by Lleyendecker GmbH using CAMCO amplifiers

Throughout Germany, sound company Lleyendecker GmbH has used CAMCO Vortex amplifiers to power a long list of national and international artists taking part in the unique Street Gigs Series, sponsored by T-Mobile.

Taking the best bands to the most unexpected locations: that is the mission of T-Mobile’s “Street Gigs” Series. Germany’s leading mobile communications company has transformed a wrecking yard into a concert venue for punk rockers Billy Talent.

In one of the largest Street Gigs events, the Kaiser Chiefs became the first band to play a concert under the famous, historically-listed roof construction of Munich’s Olympic Stadium. Other top shows included Revolverheld playing in an observatory, Maximo Park in a moat, Clueso on a train platform and Simple Plan in a maze.

The unique selling point of the Street Gigs is their secrecy. Locations are kept secret until the last minute, and the 800-2000 guest tickets are only available to the winners of T-Mobile raffles. All concerts are recorded for later broadcast on MTV.

Under the direction of Björn Pergande, the Wuppertaler-based acoustic specialists of Lleyendecker GmbH have deployed line array systems for the Street Gigs, with configurations varying according to the nature of the location.

Drawing on a substantial inventory of CAMCO Vortex amplifiers and NEXO GEO D modules with CD18 subbass units, the Lleyendecker team was able to achieve maximum flexibility, whether ground-stacking or flying the main PA.

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