Meyer Sound System supports Vetusta Morla in Madrid


The full-range arrays for the Madrid concert comprised a total of 72 Leo, 42 Lyon, and 12 Mica line array loudspeakers, with 18 leopard loudspeakers deployed for front fill and 48 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements for ample bass power.

Produced by Esmerarte Industrias Creativas, Vetusta Morla’s “Cable a Tierra” tour launched on May 14 in Valencia and continued with seven shows at major venues in cities throughout Spain before its conclusion in Madrid.

The 24 Panther large-format linear line array loudspeakers, flown as lateral delays, provided coverage for a large portion of the bleacher seating. Another 24 Lyon line array loudspeakers also served as delays while nine Galileo galaxy 816 network platforms, linked by AVB, supplied system drive and optimization.

In all  240 Meyer Sound loudspeakers complemented the new Panther large-format linear line arrays, provided by Fluge Audiovisuales of Madrid.

“Meyer Sound has always provided us with unbeatable sound quality and uniform coverage, said Iñigo Giménez, who designed and tuned the system for the concert and was audio crew chief for the tour. “All the different types of loudspeaker systems, including PANTHER, integrated perfectly.”

Fluge Audiovisuales, a spanish-based supplier of diversified event technologies, provided all lighting, sound, and video for the “Cable a Tierra” tour. Also on the Fluge team were Marcos Mejias, Jose Murillo, Aurora Santamaria, and Dario Hernandez.

“I  love seeing examples like this, where the size- and weight-to-power ratio of PANTHER allows companies like Fluge to seamlessly incorporate PANTHER into their existing inventory,” said Meyer’s senior product manager Andy Davies.

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