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Mosaïek Teatro goes 3D with KLANG

Mosaïek Teatro goes 3D with KLANG

Mosaïek Teatro goes 3D with KLANG

South Africa:

The Mosaïek Teatro, part of the Mosaïek Church in Fairlands, Johannesburg, recently purchased a pair of DiGiCo SD5 consoles to support its on-going flagship productions, such as The Voice South Africa and Idols South Africa. The venue has now taken this one step further by investing in a 3D in-ear monitoring solution from KLANG.

‘Earlier this year, the Mosaïek Teatro hosted the third season of M-Net’s The Voice South Africa, which gave our technical team the opportunity to work on the DiGiCo SD10 console that was used for the show,’ explained technical manager Estian Els. ‘We all became really comfortable with the technology and, therefore, when the time came for us to invest in new consoles for the Mosaïek Teatro, we decided to go with two DiGiCo SD5s.’

While the team have been very happy with the DiGiCo consoles, they did experience a few challenges with musician’s in-ear monitor mixes. ‘In the past, musicians were able to log onto our console remotely and arrange their own in-ear monitors mixes ahead of Sunday morning worship services,’ noted Els. ‘This was no longer possible once we adopted the DiGiCo platform, which created a lot of pressure on our monitor engineer. Our worship band has very limited time to rehearse ahead of services, and we only have 15 minutes to try and accommodate everyone before we have to go live.’

DWR Distribution’s Kyle Robson suggested that the technical director consider KLANG’s 3D in-ear monitoring solution as a possible answer. ‘We looked at a number of products from a range of manufacturers,’ stated Els. ‘However, most of them are network-based, and therefore require additional network cables and switchers to run, which was not ideal in our setting. Kyle provided us with a KLANG:fabrik demo unit to see if it would work for us – and it was an instant success with artists and technicians alike.’

‘We have a number of very skilled and prolific musicians performing at the Mosaïek, and the response to KLANG has been overwhelmingly positive,’ concluded Els. ‘In fact, some have commented that they actually hate it, because they feel that they have been spoiled and never want to work without it again!’



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