Joseph and the Amazing Wavefront System

Dec 19, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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Bill Kenwright’s production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is using Martin Audio's Wavefront system for its redesigned 2003/4 national tour.

Chris Full of Autograph Sound has revamped the sound design for the production, which has been touring regional theaters in the UK since 1997. He has chosen Martin Audio for the new rig, specifically 10 WT3s and four WS2A subs, with analog processing.

“The sound design for Joseph required a versatile, high-power sound system that also fulfilled the budget requirements of the show. I had used the WT3s and baby subs before and liked the way the system sounded—particularly with respect to throwing the sound to the back of a venue. We are not using delays as the turnaround between venues is very short.

“When it came to buying new cabinets, the W3T system was my first choice,” continued Full. “The high power handling of the Wavefront boxes gives me more than enough SPL in the room, along with plenty of headroom for a good transient response.”

For more information, visit www.martin-audio.com. For more touring news, visit mixonline.com/live_sound_tour_profiles/index.htm.






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