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Tom Lee Engineering takes to the stand at Wine and Dine 2014

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HONG KONG: Following its recent appointment as exclusive distributor for Triad-Orbit stands in China, Hong Kong and Macau, Tom Lee Engineering has debuted the equipment for the first time at Wine & Dine Festival 2014 in Kai Tak, Kowloon. In addition to the stands, the A/V specialist provided a Vue audio system for the performance stage and Aviom personal mixers for the musicians.

Running for its sixth consecutive year, the Wine and Dine festival was forced to relocate to Kai Tak at the last minute. Despite that, it continues to grow in strength, having been voted one of the world’s top international food and drink festivals by Forbes’ Traveler.com. Spanning four days, the event blends great food and fine wine with a range of live entertainment.

The main sound system provided was comprised of four Vue hs-25 subwoofers ground stacked on either side of the stage. Four full-range al-8 line array enclosures sit on each subwoofer stack while a further two pairs of four al-4 subcompact line array cabinets provide front fills. A single JBL B-215 differential subwoofer was placed on stage behind the drum-kit to provide extra punch.

With a modest sized stage required to host large groups of musicians as well as a built-in staircase, the extra flexibility provided by the Triad-Orbit stands allowed the technicians to position them closer together.

‘It offers the weight of a cast iron round base stand with the versatility of tripod stands,’ explained Alan Suen, product specialist for Tom Lee Engineering. ‘The exclusive I/O Quick-Change Coupler featured on Triad-Orbit stands prevents the possibility of threads stripping and allows on-the-fly hardware swaps in case of emergencies during a live performance. In situations where you cannot place two mic stands very close together they have articulating legs, so you can straddle one stand’s legs with another. They are very flexible and easy to place.’

The Orbit O2 Dual Orbital Booms utilise a dual-arm design, and this model was used for the Cajon overheads to free up space on stage. The smaller Triad T1 stands were used to mic the guitar amp.

‘The weight of the T1 gave us the option of setting the amp at an angle where it leans on the stand, and having the boom positioned anywhere in front of the amp at any angle,’ furthered Mr Suen. ‘The ability to position the stand at different angles is both more practical and safer when using heavy mics.’

Additional equipment supplied included a Yamaha CL Series console at FOH. The on-stage musicians were also each treated with an Avoim A360 personal mixer to tailor their own monitoring mix as desired. 

‘Together this system bought a clean looking stage and vibrant live performance to the audience enjoying their fine wine and food,’ concluded Mr Suen.

HONG KONG: Following its recent appointment as exclusive distributor for Triad-Orbit stands in China, Hong Kong and Macau, Tom Lee Engineering has debuted the equipment for the first time at Wine & Dine Festival 2014 in Kai Tak, Kowloon. In addition to the stands, the A/V specialist provided a Vue audio system for the performance stage and Aviom personal mixers for the musicians.

Running for its sixth consecutive year, the Wine and Dine festival was forced to relocate to Kai Tak at the last minute. Despite that, it continues to grow in strength, having been voted one of the world’s top international food and drink festivals by Forbes’ Traveler.com. Spanning four days, the event blends great food and fine wine with a range of live entertainment.

The main sound system provided was comprised of four Vue hs-25 subwoofers ground stacked on either side of the stage. Four full-range al-8 line array enclosures sit on each subwoofer stack while a further two pairs of four al-4 subcompact line array cabinets provide front fills. A single JBL B-215 differential subwoofer was placed on stage behind the drum-kit to provide extra punch.

With a modest sized stage required to host large groups of musicians as well as a built-in staircase, the extra flexibility provided by the Triad-Orbit stands allowed the technicians to position them closer together.

‘It offers the weight of a cast iron round base stand with the versatility of tripod stands,’ explained Alan Suen, product specialist for Tom Lee Engineering. ‘The exclusive I/O Quick-Change Coupler featured on Triad-Orbit stands prevents the possibility of threads stripping and allows on-the-fly hardware swaps in case of emergencies during a live performance. In situations where you cannot place two mic stands very close together they have articulating legs, so you can straddle one stand’s legs with another. They are very flexible and easy to place.’

The Orbit O2 Dual Orbital Booms utilise a dual-arm design, and this model was used for the Cajon overheads to free up space on stage. The smaller Triad T1 stands were used to mic the guitar amp.

‘The weight of the T1 gave us the option of setting the amp at an angle where it leans on the stand, and having the boom positioned anywhere in front of the amp at any angle,’ furthered Mr Suen. ‘The ability to position the stand at different angles is both more practical and safer when using heavy mics.’

Additional equipment supplied included a Yamaha CL Series console at FOH. The on-stage musicians were also each treated with an Avoim A360 personal mixer to tailor their own monitoring mix as desired. 

‘Together this system bought a clean looking stage and vibrant live performance to the audience enjoying their fine wine and food,’ concluded Mr Suen.

- See more at: http://www.proaudio-central.com/articles/pro-audio-asia/Tom-Lee-Engineering-takes-to-the-stand-at-Wine-and-Dine-2014#sthash.CyWxV5MB.TicVjI3N.dpuf

HONG KONG: Following its recent appointment as exclusive distributor for Triad-Orbit stands in China, Hong Kong and Macau, Tom Lee Engineering has debuted the equipment for the first time at Wine & Dine Festival 2014 in Kai Tak, Kowloon. In addition to the stands, the A/V specialist provided a Vue audio system for the performance stage and Aviom personal mixers for the musicians.

Running for its sixth consecutive year, the Wine and Dine festival was forced to relocate to Kai Tak at the last minute. Despite that, it continues to grow in strength, having been voted one of the world’s top international food and drink festivals by Forbes’ Traveler.com. Spanning four days, the event blends great food and fine wine with a range of live entertainment.

The main sound system provided was comprised of four Vue hs-25 subwoofers ground stacked on either side of the stage. Four full-range al-8 line array enclosures sit on each subwoofer stack while a further two pairs of four al-4 subcompact line array cabinets provide front fills. A single JBL B-215 differential subwoofer was placed on stage behind the drum-kit to provide extra punch.

With a modest sized stage required to host large groups of musicians as well as a built-in staircase, the extra flexibility provided by the Triad-Orbit stands allowed the technicians to position them closer together.

‘It offers the weight of a cast iron round base stand with the versatility of tripod stands,’ explained Alan Suen, product specialist for Tom Lee Engineering. ‘The exclusive I/O Quick-Change Coupler featured on Triad-Orbit stands prevents the possibility of threads stripping and allows on-the-fly hardware swaps in case of emergencies during a live performance. In situations where you cannot place two mic stands very close together they have articulating legs, so you can straddle one stand’s legs with another. They are very flexible and easy to place.’

The Orbit O2 Dual Orbital Booms utilise a dual-arm design, and this model was used for the Cajon overheads to free up space on stage. The smaller Triad T1 stands were used to mic the guitar amp.

‘The weight of the T1 gave us the option of setting the amp at an angle where it leans on the stand, and having the boom positioned anywhere in front of the amp at any angle,’ furthered Mr Suen. ‘The ability to position the stand at different angles is both more practical and safer when using heavy mics.’

Additional equipment supplied included a Yamaha CL Series console at FOH. The on-stage musicians were also each treated with an Avoim A360 personal mixer to tailor their own monitoring mix as desired. 

‘Together this system bought a clean looking stage and vibrant live performance to the audience enjoying their fine wine and food,’ concluded Mr Suen.

- See more at: http://www.proaudio-central.com/articles/pro-audio-asia/Tom-Lee-Engineering-takes-to-the-stand-at-Wine-and-Dine-2014#sthash.CyWxV5MB.TicVjI3N.dpuf

HONG KONG: Following its recent appointment as exclusive distributor for Triad-Orbit stands in China, Hong Kong and Macau, Tom Lee Engineering has debuted the equipment for the first time at Wine & Dine Festival 2014 in Kai Tak, Kowloon. In addition to the stands, the A/V specialist provided a Vue audio system for the performance stage and Aviom personal mixers for the musicians.

Running for its sixth consecutive year, the Wine and Dine festival was forced to relocate to Kai Tak at the last minute. Despite that, it continues to grow in strength, having been voted one of the world’s top international food and drink festivals by Forbes’ Traveler.com. Spanning four days, the event blends great food and fine wine with a range of live entertainment.

The main sound system provided was comprised of four Vue hs-25 subwoofers ground stacked on either side of the stage. Four full-range al-8 line array enclosures sit on each subwoofer stack while a further two pairs of four al-4 subcompact line array cabinets provide front fills. A single JBL B-215 differential subwoofer was placed on stage behind the drum-kit to provide extra punch.

With a modest sized stage required to host large groups of musicians as well as a built-in staircase, the extra flexibility provided by the Triad-Orbit stands allowed the technicians to position them closer together.

‘It offers the weight of a cast iron round base stand with the versatility of tripod stands,’ explained Alan Suen, product specialist for Tom Lee Engineering. ‘The exclusive I/O Quick-Change Coupler featured on Triad-Orbit stands prevents the possibility of threads stripping and allows on-the-fly hardware swaps in case of emergencies during a live performance. In situations where you cannot place two mic stands very close together they have articulating legs, so you can straddle one stand’s legs with another. They are very flexible and easy to place.’

The Orbit O2 Dual Orbital Booms utilise a dual-arm design, and this model was used for the Cajon overheads to free up space on stage. The smaller Triad T1 stands were used to mic the guitar amp.

‘The weight of the T1 gave us the option of setting the amp at an angle where it leans on the stand, and having the boom positioned anywhere in front of the amp at any angle,’ furthered Mr Suen. ‘The ability to position the stand at different angles is both more practical and safer when using heavy mics.’

Additional equipment supplied included a Yamaha CL Series console at FOH. The on-stage musicians were also each treated with an Avoim A360 personal mixer to tailor their own monitoring mix as desired. 

‘Together this system bought a clean looking stage and vibrant live performance to the audience enjoying their fine wine and food,’ concluded Mr Suen.

- See more at: http://www.proaudio-central.com/articles/pro-audio-asia/Tom-Lee-Engineering-takes-to-the-stand-at-Wine-and-Dine-2014#sthash.CyWxV5MB.TicVjI3N.dpuf