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VTC Pro Audio Elevation Series Line Array Flies In Toronto’s Air Canada Centre

The VTC Elevation Series was used in all So You Think You Can Dance Canada events

By PSW Staff February 26, 2009

VTC Pro Audio line arrays flying in the Air Canada Centre in service of So You Think You Can Dance Canada

VTC Pro Audio’s Flagship Elevation Series Line Array was used exclusively on the So You Think You Can Dance Canada tour, including a February 2009 stop in Toronto’s famed Air Canada Centre. 

The 665,000-square-foot Air Canada Centre is a prestigious live music and event facility in Canada’s largest urban center. Seating 20,000 for concert events, it is consistently ranked #3, #4, and #5 worldwide in the top three concert industry trade magazines (Venues Today, Pollstar and Billboard respectively).

Production and staging for the SYTYCD Canada Tour was handled by Metalworks Production Group, based in Mississauga Ontario Canada. Metalworks handled all technical logistics for the entire tour including stops in Edmonton’s Rexall Place, Vancouver’s GM Centre and the Place des Arts in Montreal as well as shows in Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Sudbury, Ottawa, Hamilton, and London.

The VTC Elevation Series was used in all SYTYCD Canada events, including 48 EL210T cabinets and 16 ELS212T subwoofers providing concert sound for the Air Canada Centre show. All system time alignment, tuning and signal processing was handled with VTC Pro Audio DLMS4080 processors.

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