Thursday, June 6, 2019

06/06/2019 - OIEC World Congress 2019 at The Church of St Paul the Apostle

On June 6th Moore PA Hire switched on video, audio, lighting, multi-cam recording and streaming equipment and services for the OIEC World Congress 2019 at The Church of Saint Paul the Apostle. Over the course of two days prior the MPA team scattered across the the church to rig up five cameras, four screens, lighting for the altar, and a full control village for streaming, both venue and broadcast audio, and a bespoke wifi network to provide simultaneous translation across 3 languages to the attendees in the church. Find out below how we did it.

For audio, we started with (1) Yamaha QL-5, (1) Yamaha QL-1, and (2) Yamaha Rio 1608D. For capturing the various speakers we set up 4 channels of Shure UR4D receivers paired with Shure UR-2 handheld microphones, as well as (6) Shure MX418C for the guest speakers. Interfacing with the church's s provided us with full access to all audio sources. We supported the church's audio system by deploying (4) L'Acoustics 108p and (4) L'Acoustics 112p. Our networked Yamaha QL consoles and Yamaha RIO digital stage box system via our Yamaha SWP1-16MMF network switch provided access to all inputs and outputs and enabled us to mix for the broadcast and the church independently.

For video and broadcast, we built one of our most extensive mobile rigs yet. We started with our premier broadcast and recording rack, the LSE1. The LSE1 is engineered around (1) Blackmagic Design Atem 2 M/E, comprising of (2) Blackmagic Design Hyperdeck Studio Pro 4K, (2) Black Magic Design Smartscope Duo 4K, and (1) 15amp UPS serving as a battery backup for all of the control village, the cameras, and the broadcast. With the LSE1 in place we added on (1) Production Bot Switch 8, (1) Blackmagic Design Atem Advanced Panel, and (1) Ikan Atlas Production monitor. With that our director's position was read to stream. For our camera network we rolled out (3) Panasonic HE-130 PTZ cameras and (2) Panasonic PX-270 cameras. Back at control, we "manned" the HE-130s with (1) Panasonic RP50 and (1) Panasonic RP120, each paired with their own field/studio monitor for the camera operators. To reach the HE-130s and bring their video back to control we used (2) 500' Camplex TAC 1 dual channel fiber optic reels. For screens to display the various camera feeds and client provided content we broke out (2) Optoma ZU850 8K laser projectors with Optoma A01 lenses and (2) 80" Sharp Aquos TVs.

For lighting we brought in (4) ETC Lustr series 2 , all with EDLT lenses and Impact Turtle Base C-stands. For our speakers we provided (1) D'San Perfect Cue Mini and (1) D'San Limitimer Pro-2000, as well as (1) Samsung 50" TV to serve as a confidence monitor.

With all of that in place, we had the bespoke wifi and simultaneous interpretation system ahead of us. Check out the post below this one to see how we built that.

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06/06/2019 - Wifi and Interpretation at OIEC World Congress 2019 at The Church of St Paul the Apostle

For the OIEC World Congress 2019, Moore PA Hire embarked on something new: simultaneous interpretation in 3 languages delivered to attendees via a bespoke wifi network. In collaboration with Linguali Events

In collaboration with Linguali Events, Moore PA Hire began by setting up (6) Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-PRO-5 UniFi Access Points, all on black C-stands around the church to ensure optimal coverage. We split off WAN access before it got to our live broadcast set up and connected the wifi system through (1) Ubiquiti Networks ES-8XP EdgeSwitch XP 8-Port Advanced Gigabit PoE Managed Switch. Once the pieces were in place we broke out (1) 1000' reel of Ubiquiti Networks TC-PRO TOUGHCable PRO Level 1 Outdoor CAT5e Cable. We cut and terminated our own cables on site to minimize impact on the venue as much as possible. With the cables in place, we sent a dedicated mix over to the translation booths and interpreters and we were ready to provide simultaneous interpretation in English, French, and Spanish.

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Friday, May 31, 2019

05/31/2019 - Album Release Party at Remezcla

On May 31st, Moore PA Hire loaded up the truck and headed to Moore street in Bushwick to set up audio, video, staging, and lighting equipment for Remezcla.

For audio, Moore PA Hire provided a full PA system, DJ booth set-up, and all necessary pieces to tie the system together. We started with (1) Yamaha QL-1 to mix the show. For the DJ set-up, we provided (1) DJM 900 Nexus, (2) CDJ 2000 Nexus, along with Serator Scratch Live and all necessary control CDs. For speakers, we provided (2) L'Acoustics 108p, (2) L'Acoustics SB15P, and (8) L'Acoustics 112P - 4 of which were flown from beam clamps in the venue. Given this, the Genie AWP-30AC joined us on the truck.

For lighting, we hung (6) ETC S4WRD, all with EDLT lenses, and networked them all together with Cat5 cable and (1) 12 channel 2 scene lighting controller.

For video, we jumped on the Genie lift again and hung (2) Optoma 8K laser projector, both with Optoma A01 lenses. We fed the two projectors with (1) Roland VR50HD.

Finally, for staging we provided (6) 6'x4' decks of staging, all with 16" legs. We provided (2) stair kits for the stage, skirted the outside in duvatene, and we were ready to open doors!

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

05/28/2019 - The Crosby Street Hotel

On May 28th, The Crosby Street Hotel rented one of Moore PA Hire's new 82" Samsung UHD Smart TVs. Take a look below at how beautiful these new screens are and why all our clients are clamoring to have them on their packing slip!




Wednesday, May 22, 2019

05/22/2019 - Wayne State at The Bowery Hotel

On May 22nd  Moore PA Hire provided audio, video, and lighting equipment and services for Wayne State's event at The Bowery Hotel.

For audio, we started our system with (1) Yamaha QL-1, (2) Shure MX418 podium mics, and our Shure UR4D receiver rack paired with Shure UR2 handheld microphones. For speakers, we set-up (4) L'Acoustics 112p, all on Ultimate Support Tripods.

For lighting, we set up (24) Colorblast TRX, fed by (2) Colorblast PDS-750 TRX, with all the cabling necessary.

For video, we flew (1) Optoma ZU850 8K Laser Projector to display on (1) AV Stumpfl Monoblox S32 7'x11' screen. The Optoma was outfitted with (1) Optoma A01 ultra-short throw lens and fed by (1) Roland VR50HD. The VR50HD had inputs from (2) Macbook Pro 15" to serve two powerpoint presentations, a number of videos, and the Moore PA Hire Pandora Pro account for walk-in music.

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

05/07/2019 - Bedrock Capital at the Bowery Hotel

On May 7th Moore PA Hire rolled out audio, video, lighting, staging, and pipe and drape equipment services across a full floor of The Bowery Hotel for Bedrock Capital's annual event.

For audio, we started with (12) channels of Shure UR4D wireless synced up with (2) Shure UR1 beltpacks with Shure MX185 lavalier mics, alongside (12) Countryman E6-D headworn mics. We also deployed (2) Shure MX418 podium microphones. To drive the show we set up (1) Yamaha QL-1 and (3) Mackie DL1608 - the event included three breakout rooms and so we provided dedicated audio for each space. For speakers, we provided (4) L'Acoustics 112P and (6) L'Acoustics 108P.

For video, we started with our workhorse the Optoma ZU850 8K Laser Projector with Optoma A01 lens. With the audience display in the main room dialed in we moved onto two confidence monitors for the various speakers, providing (1) Ikan Atlas 19.5" and (1) Ikan MS21 21.5" studio/field monitors. to serve all of these we broke out (1) Roland VR50HD and (2) Macbook Pro 15" running Keynote and Adobe Acrobat in tandem. Add on the DSAN Perfect Cue Mini for good measure and we were ready to move onto the breakout rooms. Each breakout room was furnished with a house-provided TV and (1) Moore PA Hire provided Mac Mini and (1) Logitech wireless presenter R400.

For lighting, we rigged up (10) ETC Source 4 Minis, all with 50 degree lenses, on (6) Manfrotto 032B Autopoles. For pipe and drape, we brought in 128 feet of black velour pipe and drape to create the various breakout rooms.

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Monday, May 6, 2019

05/06/2019 - Princegate Corporation at a private club

On May 6th Moore PA Hire provided video and audio equipment and services for the Princegate Corporation while they met at a private club in Manhattan.

For video we set our client up with (2) Sharp Aquos 80" plasma screens, both on 84" Premier Mounts. To feed the TVs we provided (1) Macbook Pro 15" and the ever-reliable Roland VR50HD to smoothly switch from a hold screen to the client provided video content.

For audio, we began with (1) Mackie DL 1608. For microphones we provided (2) Shure UR-2 handheld mics and (3) Shure UR-1 lavalier mics, all served by our Shure UR4D receiver rack. For speakers we rolled out (4) L'Acoustic 108P along with all cabling necessary.

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Friday, April 26, 2019

04/26/2019 - Metropolitan Montessori School at the New York Athletic Club

On April 26th Moore PA Hire provided lighting, audio, and video equipment and services for the Metropolitan Montessori School's annuel fundraiser at the New York Athletic Club.

For lighting, we began with (1) MA Command Wing and (1) Intel NUC loaded with the latest and greatest Grand MA2 on PC. We provided (1) ASUS VT207N Monitor for lighting control and (2) Elation Opto Branch 4 way DMX Distributor. With control humming along we turned to the fixtures. In the main room we provided (4) Rogue R2, (8) Volks Zoom, and (7) ETC Lustr Series 2. A combination of those were all rigged on (4) 1'x1'x8' brushed aluminium truss sections and placed in all 4 corners of the 9th Floor lounge. We also provided (4) ETC S4WRD and (8) Impact Turtle Base C-Stands. (16) 25 lbs sandbags were scattered across the set-up to make everything safe and it was time to cable the whole set-up into one universe.

For audio, we deployed (1) Yamaha QL-5 paired with (1) Yamaha Rio 1608. For speakers we provided (11) L'Acoustics 112P and (2) SB15P. For microphones we provided (1) Shure MX18 podium mic and (2) Shure UR-2 handhelb microphones joined by our Shure UR4D receiver rack. We provided a wide array of mics & D.I.s for the band including B52s, SM57s, and SM58s, along with all necessary mic stands. The finish off our microphone rig we provided (1) Earthworks Piano Bar for the grand piano in the 9th floor card room.

For video, we provided the ever-flawless Roland VR50HD and (3) Macbook Pro 15". We set-up (1) d'San Perfect Cue Mini and (2) Decimator MD-HX and we were ready for the screens. In the main room we rigged up (2) Sanyo DWL2500 projectors and (2) 6'x10' AV Stumpfl Monoblox projection screen with full black velour drape kit. In the card room we provided (1) LG 70" screens with all cabling and converters necessary.

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