Royal Albert Hall, London United Kingdom
This year, the Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) celebrated 15 years of their show stopping live performance week at London’s Royal Albert Hall with another high profile line up and some ultra-cool collaborations. Artists included The Stereophonics, The Who, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and many more, plus a night of comic hilarity hosted by Kevin Bridges.
West London based rental specialist Entec Sound & Light has been involved as the audio supplier for the event right from the start, and over the years has fine-tuned the sound system to perfection for this prestigious venue.
This year they upped the ante again on the sonic front, as the first company in the UK to utilize a Beta version of d&b Audiotechnik’s new Array Processing software which was officially launched last week at the Prolight+Sound expo in Frankfurt.
For the first time, Entec distributed signal via its new Dante network, with EQ and matrixing taken care of by six Lake LM44s at FOH, the amps fed AES via Focusright RedNet D16 units, and RedNet 1s provided analogue ‘general purpose’ signal to each location as well.