The production of this festival, held this summer in Gran Canaria and Tenerife, featured 80,000 watts of sound, provided by the LEO family of Meyer Sound, and the Digico consoles.

RMS ProAudio Meyer Sound Canarias Dance 2019

The company Audiovisual Canarias has been responsible for providing sound and lighting equipment for the festival Canary Islands Dance, which was held this summer in Gran Canaria and Tenerife. The event brought together nearly 20,000 trap fans on both islands and featured headliners with stars Bud Bunny and Becky G.

RMS ProAudio Meyer Sound Canarias Dance 2019The production featured 80,000 watts of sound provided by the LEO family of Meyer Sound and the control of the consoles Digico, brands it distributes in Spain RMS ProAudio.

The festival, which celebrated its second edition this year, completed its program of performances with other artists of the genre such as Maikel Delacalle, Darkiel, Stee Ferrer, Ricky & El Capo, Sammyto, Mike, Antonio Boada and Wes.

In addition to the lighting and video equipment deployed by Audiovisuales Canarias for concerts on the two islands, Meyer Sound's sound reinforcement systems and DiGiCo consoles were also used.

For the main PA structure, 24 Lyon enclosures and 2 1100-LFC subwoofers were installed; while the frontfill featured 10 Leopard and 16 enclosures for the outfills.

FOH control was provided with DiGiCo SD7 and SD10 consoles. The latter was also in charge of the control of the monitors.

RMS ProAudio Meyer Sound Canarias Dance 2019


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By • 2 Sep, 2019
• Section: Audio, Study cases, Control