Quality, versatility and robustness of the system have been the arguments of this well known Madrid music school to acquire a control surface dLive S5000, together with the modular rack DM64, for its concert hall.
TAF, the official school of modern music, located in Madrid in Arroyomolinos, has a broad based educational offer, mainly, in the approach to the music in a natural way. To do this it has a carefully structured programme focused in practice, and a curriculum to bring music to students with ongoing monitoring of their learning.
So Alex Blanco, Chief Technical Officer of TAF explains it: "students should feel that what they are learning is useful from the outset, it is essential to keep you motivated. Is therefore essential to the work of Professor, both as a teacher as Communicator."
With this vision, the Centre has an experienced team of teachers, both facilities upgraded and equipped with advanced professional material. Proof of this was the decision, after reviewing the offer of trusting the digital mixing system the new equipment for the school market, manufacturer dLive Allen & Heathwhich represents commercial Audio-Technica Iberia in Spain.
This system provides an ultra-flexible architecture, a powerful core processing FPGA, wide range of control options, possibilities of expansion and networking, as well as the intuitive UI Harmony; features all them suitable for professional audio applications focused on the direct, and perform any type of event, from concerts and plays to broadcasting.
The reasons that led to Alex Blanco to choose this equipment were "exceptional possibilities for expansion, configuration and management offering dLive", in addition to being a system result of the Alliance between four manufacturers: Allen & Heath, DiGiCo, Calrec and DiGiGrid; companies forming the Group Audiotonix, which to date is the largest in the world in production of digital audio mixing systems.
The system purchased by the escuela de Música TAF consists of a control surface dLive S5000 of 28 faders and a rack modular dLive DM64, with 64 mic inputs and 32 outputs line, which is also used for other jobs apart from the activities of the centr or, as well as for concerts, tours tests and recordings of television programs.
Specifically, one of these projects has been a new talent television program, called 'life is beautiful', for Television of Castilla - La Mancha and the Mediapro group, in which Alex Blanco has been responsible for the PA, as well as the of the twenty mus mix ICOS's staff and the contestants. Via Madi signal was sent to the mobile unit so they could make the mix of broadcast, which was completely independent of the mix live.
"The choice of this team has been a really wise decision - says white-. On the one hand, students can learn working with equipment equipped with a toe, and extraordinary technology as well as school and our technicians have a tool that allows you to manage any type of event that quality and robustness are present, regardless of its complexity".
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