Corporate sound and design specialist Audio Alliance has been on a shopping spree, adding the latest technology to its already impressive range of rental stock.
Audio Alliance became the UK's first recipient of the Sennheiser Evolution G2 radio microphone system. With its 1,440 available channels, it's a perfect tool for Audio Alliance's large number of international projects. After the success of the first 20 units purchased, Audio Alliance has also confirmed an order for a further ten.
A selection of mixing consoles has also found its way into Audio Alliance's rental stock, including two of the brand new Midas Verona 320s and a Venice 320. Other desks purchased were eight Soundcraft M8s and a Yamaha 01V96.
The new equipment proved a hit recently at a Marketing Manchester promotional event in London's Manchester Square. The diverse three-day event, to promote the vibrant city of Manchester, included various conferences, exhibitions, and the cream of Manchester's hotels and restaurants.
The event concluded with a cutting edge fashion show promoting Manchester's inimitable style. Chris Wright, production manager from Constellation Worldwide, needed a high quality design capable of adapting to the needs of each day's event, a demand which Audio Alliance met with innovative design and equipment.
Other additions include the purchase of a further four Meyer Sound UPJ-1P, two Meyer Sound UPM-1P, eight Meyer Sound MM4 loudspeakers, a range of XTA compressors and graphic equalisers, Telex BTR radio talkback systems and a Yamaha DME32 digital processor.
Company director, Oliver Driver is thoroughly enjoying expanding his stock and adds, "We just can't stop buying. Our clients and engineers are loving all the new toys!"
For more information, go to www.audioalliance.net.