Wednesday, August 21, 2019

08.21.2019 - HBO Latino @ 99 Scott

On August 21st Moore PA Hire loaded into 99 Scott in Bushwick to provide audio, lighting, staging, and video equipment and services for the HBO Latina Marquesina event. Let's jump in.

We had two areas of operation: a garden/courtyard outside with its own DJ and dancefloor set-up and the mainstage area in the heart of 99 Scott.

Let's start with the courtyard. For audio, we rigged up a classic DJ set-up across the garden from the venue. The rig included (1) DJM 900 Nexus and (2) CDJ 2000 Nexus. Speaker-wise we set-up (4) L'Acoustics 112P, all on Ultimate Support Stands, and (2) L'Acoustics SB15P. The set-up was on (2) 6'x4' staging sections with 12" legs and black skirting around the outside for a clean finish.
With that done we moved onto lighting the courtyard. Our package included (48) Colorblast TRX spread across (4) PDS750 TRX and (1) PDS375 TRX. These were all set-up on (2) 12"x"12"x10' Truss sections and (2) Mobiltech ALP-5 crank-up stands. All lighting was controlled remotely from our primary control postion in the main room of 99 Scott. Let's head there now.

In the main room, we started with (6) 8'x6' staging section on 24" legs. Skirted around the outside for a clean finish. With that done we moved on to audio.
For audio, the system started with (1) Yamaha QL-5 and (1) Yamaha Rio 1608D. Speaker-wise, we hung from two points in the ceiling using beam clamps and chain hoists. Across these two points we included (6) L'Acoustics Dosc, (2) L'Acoustics DvSubs, and (2) L'Acoustics Dv Bump2s. We also provided (2) L'Acoustics SB218. For monitors we provided (4) L'Acoustics 112P. Finally we provided (6) Clearcom 603 for hardline communication throughout the show.
With that taking shape we moved onto power. We provided (1) Motion Labs ETL 400amp distro, along with (4) 50amp GFCI Spider Boxes,and enough cabling to sink a small battleship. We laid down (1) 3' ADA compliant cable ramp for safe entrance and exit to the space and were ready to set-up our main stage lighting.
Our control began with GrandMA2 on PC, along with (1) MA Command Wing and (1) MA Fader Wing. We provided (8) Chauvet Rogue R2, (4) GLP X4S, (10) ETC S4WRD, and (10) ETC Lustr Series 2. We brought in all rigging we needed to hang everything from the ceiling along with (1) Genie AWP-30AC personnel lift and (1) Honda 3Kw Generator.

Kindly take a look at our photos from the event below:


Friday, August 16, 2019

08.16.2019 - FDNY in Monroe, New York

On August 16th Moore PA Hire provided audio, rigging, and power distribution equipment and services for the Fire Department of New York as they laid to rest a service member killed in the line of duty.

For audio, we started with (1) Yamaha QL-1 and (1) Mackie DL1608. We provided (4) Whirlwind SP1X2 Mic Splitters and then started on the speaker towers. We provided all L'Acoustics (12) dV DOSC, (2) dV Bump2, (3) L'Acoustics LA-8, as well as (8) 112Ps and (4) 108Ps.
To fly the above we provided (2) Genie ST-20, (2) Mobiltech ALP-5, (2) Applied Electronics L-16, and (4) Ultimate Support Tripods. We finished our set-up with all necessary cabling along with (2) Honda 3KW Generators.

Kindly take a look at our photos from the event below:




Thursday, August 15, 2019

08.15.2019 - Sikhs for Justice @ the UN

On August 15th, Moore PA Hire provided a full package consisting of audio, staging, multi-camera, streaming, and power distribution. The client was Sikhs for Justice as they marched from 43rd and 2nd to Dag Hammarskjold Plaza on 47th and 1st. Let's jump in.

We had a full presence at both the start and end of the rally.

On 43rd and 2nd
For audio, we began at the start of the rally with (1) Yamaha QL-1 and. We dropped (1) Shure SM58 on our Cherry Wood Pedestal and for speakers we rigged up (4) L'Acoustics 108p. The 108s were in L'Acoustics ETR-8 brackets and flown from (2) L-16 Applied Electronics Crank-Up Stands.
For video and streaming we began with (1) Roland VR-50HD and (1) Macbook Pro 15" running the latest version of Wirecast Studio. Wirecast was streaming our single camera from this location over to our command central on 47th and 1st before being re-streamed out to the world, more on that later. For camera we provided (1) Panasonic PX-270 and on of our SDI-XLR-Power looms to keep the camera on and capturing the crowd.
For staging we provided all staging for a 12'x8'x2' stage, half on the side-walk and half on the street. We provided (1) stairs kit to facilitate speakers getting on and off stage with ease.

With this location in shape we can jump over to Dag Hammarskjold Plaza on 47th and 1st.

For audio we began with (1) Yamaha QL-5 and (1) Yamaha Rio 1608. For speakers we (4) L'Acoustics 112p on (4) Ultimate Support Speakers stands, (2) for front of house and (2) for delay speakers. For microphones we provided (1) Shure SM58 and mic stand.
for video and streaming, this was our broadcast central. For cameras we provided (3) Panasonic HE-130s, all on Impact Turtle Base C-Stands. For control of the PTZs we rigged up (1) Panasonic RP-120 and (1) Ikan Atlas 19.5". To have a large multi-view for the client we brought in (1) LG 65" 4K display. Finally, to bring it all together, we set-up (1) Production Bot Switch 8. for internet we brought in (1) Castle Case by Castle Point Technologies to provide cellular bonded internet throughout the day. Along with the 3 cameras and various photos and videos provided to us by the client, the last input was the camera streaming from 43rd street. This way we could have a single continuous broadcast, appearing across Facebook and Youtube, coming from multiple locations, all streaming from a single switcher/encoder.
For staging, we built a 10'x8'x2' riser, along with (3) 8' sticks of truss on (2) Genie St-20 Crank-Up Stands to provide branded backdrop to the stage. Finally. we also rigged up (2) Mobiltech ALP-5 Crank-Up Stands to hang the clients flags from, when the time was right they raised the flags slowly, on camera, with the UN in the background.

Kindly take a look at our photos from the event below:


Friday, July 12, 2019

07.12.2019 - Summer Fridays at Remezcla

On July 7th Moor PA Hire switched on a system consisting of audio, lighting, video, and staging at Remzcla in Bushwick. Let's jump in to how we built it.

For audio, we began with (1) Yamaha QL-1 and (1) Yamaha Rio 1608D. For inputs we began with (2) Pioneer CDJ 2000 NXS paired with (1) Pioneer DJM 900. We dropped (1) Shure SM58 at the DJ table and then followed up with (2) Shure SM58 and (2) Shure UR2 paired with Shure UR4D, all on mic stands. Finally we laidd out (3) Radial D2 D.I.s and we were ready to move on to the PA system. We built a combination of (8) L'Acoustics 112p and (2) L'Acoustics SB15p. 4 of the L'Acoustics 112Ps were flown from the rigging in the ceiling using (4) L'Acoustics ETR-12.

Speaking of rigging, we brought in (4) pieces of 1.5" black pipe, along with (14) beam clamps and (1) Genie AWP-30AC personnel lift.

For lighting, we hung (6) ETC S4WRDs, all with EDLT lenses and all connected via (1) Elation Opto Branch 4 DMX distributor. We also deployed (10) 42" LED strips and (1) 12 channel lighting controller.

For video, we began with (1) Roland VR50 HD and (2) Macbook Pro 15". The Roland sent its output over to (2) Optoma ZU850 8K laser projectors with Optoma A01 lenses flown from the ceiling and projecting onto the industrial brick wall of the venue.

Finally for staging, we built a 12'x12' stage on 2' legs with 1 stair section and we were ready to start soundcheck.

Kindly take a look at our photos from the event below:

Thursday, July 11, 2019

07.11.2019 - Exponent Women at SECOND.

On July 11th Moore PA Hire loaded in to SECOND to provide audio and video equipment and services for the Exponent Women Conference. Let's jump in to our set up.
We engineered two AV packages that could be either operated independently or linked together. The reason for this was that in the morning the full event space would be used for the keynote address of the conference, but then at lunch an air-wall would be rolled out to split the event space in two for simultaneous panels in the afternoon.

For audio, we started with (1) Yamaha QL-1 and (1) Yamaha QL-5, each with their own Yamaha Rio 1608D. For microphones we provided 11 channels of wireless via (7) decks of Shure UR4D, paired with combination of Shure UR-1 & Countryman E6-Ds, DPA 4088, DPA D-Fine, and UR2 handheld mics. We also provided (1) Shure MX-418 podium microphone and a couple PCDIs for some house music. For speakers we provided (8) L'Acoustics 112p and (4) L'acoustics 108p for a combination of front of house, delay speakers, front fill and monitors. We laid all this out and then cabled them up with all the XLR and edison necessary and then jumped onto the video side.

For video, we started with (1) Production Bot Switch 8 and (1) Roland VR50 HD. We loaded up a stack of PowerPoints, images, and slideshows (all provided by the client) and we were ready for any eventuality. For screens we used (2) Sharp Aquos 80" displays. We placed one at each end of the room so each section would have a display when the airwall flew in. Once these were cabled up with SDI our final task for video was interfacing to the house's projector and projection screen. We ran our feed though a Decimator MD-HX just for safety and then plugged into the HDMI port on the east wall of the venue.

Finally for staging, we built two stages, again for when the room would be split. We laid our 8' x 4' & 6' x 4' sections to build two stages both skirted with duvatene. Our Cherry Wood Pedestal podium rounded out the staging portion of our package.

Kindly take a look at our photos from the event: