Soundcraft at the Great American

S&VC Sales News San Francisco's Great American Music Hall has added a 40-channel Soundcraft K2 desk to its front-of-house system. In January of this year,
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San Francisco's Great American Music Hall has added a 40-channel Soundcraft K2 desk to its front-of-house system. In January of this year, The Great American replaced its 40-frame/36-loaded Soundcraft venue console that it has had since 1989. Located on a mix riser at the back of the main floor, the new console routes its signals out to an assortment of amps driving a JBL Array series loudspeaker system. Several cabinets are flown in a center cluster; and the remaining enclosures are ground-stacked on both sides of the 29 by 15-foot stage. So far, the K2 has been used to mix artists like Beausoleil, Southern Culture on the Skids, John Lee Hooker, Jeff Tweedy, The Samples, Rufus Wainwright and many others.

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