October 13, 2001
L-ACOUSTICS V-DOSC and dV-DOSC products are rapidly becoming the system of choice for front line theatre productions. From its introduction on ‘Mamma Mia!,’ V-Dosc was recognised instantly as a major leap forward in sound quality. After hearing the system, Cameron Mackintosh requested dV-DOSC for use on ‘The Witches of Eastwick.’ Since then, it has been specified for ‘The Full Monty,’ among others. In Australia, V-DOSC, dV-DOSC and ARCS had their theatre debuts on ‘Shout”, ‘Singin’ In The Rain,’ ‘Grease The Big Top Tour’and ‘Mamma Mia!, receiving rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. Read the complete article [PDF 454kB]
April 18, 2001
Face-painting, glam rock, mega band Kiss gave their fans one last guitar smokin’, fire-breathing, pyrotechnic tour of Australia during April. When they first cranked out ‘Rock And Roll All Night’ to Australian fans twenty years ago, their sound quality could not have hoped to match the clarity and coverage of this tour.
Jands Production Services provided the JBL VERTEC Line Array System for the first time for a full nationwide tour of major entertainment venues, including the Burswood Dome in Perth on April 1 and concluded on the Gold Coast on April 13.
The 36, 4889 VERTEC cabinets were flown in two columns, 18 deep on either side of the stage and they were powered by Crown MA 5002 VZ amps.
March 10, 2001
Although the Opening of the ‘Australian National Museum’ in Canberra took place on March 2001, ESS (Edwin Shirley Staging) came across these photos in their archives and have kindly allowed us to display them on our site.
JPS’s JBL VerTec System made its outdoor debut in Australia for the Event which featured Midnight Oil as the headlining act.