Tuesday, December 13, 2011

12/8/2011: Kickstarter Presents: Girl Walk All Day Movie Premier

On December 18th, our friends over at Wordless Music asked us to provide sound, stage lighting and projection for the movie premier of "Girl Walk All Day" at The Masonic Temple of Brooklyn.  The event was sponsored/funded by Kickstarter.  For sound, we brought in our 5 way active Jason Sound system for F.O.H. mains and also (4) L-Acoustics 108P for infill and rear-fill adjacent to the rear screens.  A simple stage lighting package consisting of (4) Source 4 Leko was all that was required.  Projection was on (3) screens. The main screen was 16' W x 9' H for which we used our Christie LX 605, 6K projector flown on a custom truss/ Genie ST 20 package. For rear fill, we supplied (2) 8' W x 6'H screens and (2) Sanyo PDG-DWL2500 WXGA, 2.5K ultra short throw projectors. All media was disrtibuted and controlled by our Dataton Watchout media server. 

The event went off without a hitch and was a huge success.  Please take a moment and look at some pictures of the event below.

12/6/2011: Andrea Bocelli Performance and Interview on Good Morning America

On December 6th, 2011 the Moore P.A. Hire Team was asked to reinforce the sound on the set of ABC's Good Morning America for Andrea Bocelli's interview and performance.  This was another application where (6) of our Hi Fidelity, Self Powered L-Acoustics 108P served extremely well as compact, yet powerful monitors, as you can see from the pictures. The microphones of choice, Schoeps Colette series modular microphones were supplied by Jim Flynn Rentals. We also used a Heritage 3000 for studio sound. Here is a link to the interview, Andrea Bocelli Discusses "One Night in Central Park".  Also, please take a moment to look at some pictures of the shoot below.

12/5/2011: ESPN Heisman Trophy Winners Teaser Shoot

On December 5th, 2011 HSCUSA asked the Moore P.A. Hire team to supply the entire set for the shooting of an ESPN Heisman Trophy a teaser commercial for airing on December 10th.  The concept was to build a 3-sided "room/ artist loft" in which the artist would initially sketch the trophy, and his thought would then come to life and play out on the walls of his loft in the form of past Heisman trophy footage. The video had to seamlessly wrap around all three walls of the room with the artist and the Heisman Trophy located in the room. We supplied (3) Christie 10,000 lumen projectors, (3) 16' W x 9' H projection screens, (1) finished wood floor and our Dataton Watchout media server. The Watchout media server was instrumental in helping us with all technical aspects of the projection such as keystone and color correction while also serving for playback control.

The results were stunning as evidenced by the commercial, photos and video below.  Please take a moment to have a look.