Friday, December 16, 2016

12/16/2016 - Collegiate School Holiday Program - Church of St. Paul the Apostle Christmas

On December 16, 2016, Moore P.A. Hire Inc. provided both audio and video for The Collegiate School holiday Christmas program at the Church of Saint Paul the Apostle.  
For audio, we used a combination of (12) of our dV Dosc speakers, supported by our (2) Genie ST 20s towers for consistent audio distribution. Our (4) L'Acoustics 8XT self-powered compact enclosure speakers provided front fill on stage, while (6) of our L'Acoustics 112P self-powered compact enclosure speakers were used as monitors for the ensemble and the orchestra. Audio control was by our  Yamaha QL5 digital audio console with our CAT 5 300' snake. The orchestra was outfitted with a selection of mics which included (2) AKGC414 B-XLS, (6) of our AKG C3910B and a selection of DPA 4088 mics for close miking. we used a combination of Shure SM 58 wired and wireless mics for the 70 plus Choir. For the podium, (2) of our Shure MX418 mics were used by program directors and announcers. 
The video system we supplied consisted of (2) 6’ x 10’ 8” AV Stumpfl Monoblox S32 projection screens with (2) 6 K projectors, along with our (2) 70" splasma screens to ensure complete video coverage. We used one of our Macbook Pro to serve PPT content to our Roland VR-50HD Multi-Format AV Mixer. We also provided our Sony4K PXW-X70 on tripod w/ operator for crowd & choir shots, while our Canon Vixia provided fixed shots of the speakers from the pulpit. This content we then distributed to the four displays using AJA HD5DA & AJA Hi-5 system. This content consisting of not only IMAG Powerpoint naming the performers on a class by class basis but also included the live audio from the event was also archived onto our Atoms Shogun 4K SSD recorder for the client to further distribute to the school students and parents.
Here is a link to an edited version of the video we provided to the client of the event 
Kindly take a moment to look at some pictures of the event below:

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