Live in Atlanta – RCF TT+ delivers sound at The Dogwood Festival
During the weekend of 15-17th April 2011 Atlanta was in music mood.
Two large festivals were running at the same time and this year it was RCF TT+ systems that supplied the sound to a big audience at the SweetWater 420 Fest and the Atlanta Dogwood Festival.
The Atlanta Dogwood Festival is an arts and crafts festival held each spring at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Originally held for nine days across two weekends, it is now held only one weekend during early April, when the native dogwoods are in bloom.
The Dogwood Festival 2011 was celebrating its 75th years anniversary in the beautiful surroundings of Piedmont Park. With several stages with continuously performances the festival gives many upcoming artists and talents a good possibility to play their music to a wider audience.
At the festival there were performances by: Charlie Wayne Watson, Arena Sound, Off the Grid, Frets on Fire, OGYA World Music Band, SALSAtlanta, 3052 Dub Collective and several others.
Atlanta Audio Visual supplied the TT+ system to the main stage. The system was composed by RCF TTL55-A with 6 pieces per side and with 3 pcs TTS56-A Subwoofers on each side.
”After using many LINE ARRAY Systems such as JBL and V-Dosc, we decided to go for the RCF TTL55 System, for the great sounding DSP and Power Consumption. You can hear a true stereo sound from the rig. Also using the RCF software to calculate precise throw distance and splay of each box is a breeze…. We can setup 16 tops and 10 subs within 30mins and be ready to pass signal! When we want a great sounding system ready in no time and easy to use, The RCF TTL55 rig is our choice!!!” says Brad McWhorter from Atlanta Audio Visual.
Atlanta Audio Visual is a full service production company specializing in Audio, Lighting, Staging, Video, Set Design and Total AV Integration Services. They have installed and used RCF products for many corporate events, music festivals and shows and for many clients around the country.
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On the two sides of the town of Atlanta a lot of music was playing at the same time, all loud and clear thanks to the RCF TT+ Sound Systems.