NEXO GEO M12 helps Brandenburg National Orchestra's World War II Memorial Concert
The heaviest concert was held east of Berlin, Germany, and the Brandenburg National Orchestra performed at the Silo Heights Memorial to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. The performance was conducted in strict compliance with the safety conditions of the epidemic.
He chose to perform Shostakovich's Leningrad Symphony, which was written three years before the Battle of Xilo Heights. Jorge Peter Wagle, conductor of the National Philharmonic Orchestra, described how Shostakovich captured the terrible experience of war in music. "the key point is that Shostakovich wants to make it clear to us that 'the beginning of the counterattack'," Wagle said. " The orchestra performed in the old tanks and other equipment on permanent display at the memorial.
The audio products of the performance are provided by artecom.plus. Jens Richter of artecom.plus explained that "the event was planned a long time ago, and although the audience area has not changed, the number of seats must be reduced as required." We can continue to use the original sound reinforcement design. "
In the main sound reinforcement, Richter uses GEO M12 system, using left and right line array configuration, each linear array consists of 7 GEO M1210 and 1 GEO M1220. 8 MSUB18 provide ultra-low frequency sound reinforcement. The system is powered by 6 NXAMP4x4 power amplifiers and remotely controlled by NEXO's NeMo software. A delay system is in place and consists of 12 GEO M620 compact line array speakers.
More GEO M6 speakers are used as near-field sound supplement and monitoring systems, and 4 ID24 are added. The sound reinforcement and monitoring control is handled by the Yamaha CL5 digital console, with RIO 3224MurD and two TIO 1608Mae D interface boxes, running on the Dante network.