Danish Concert Hall Invests in MIDAS PRO6

(PresseBox) (Denmark, ) Denmark's busiest concert hall complex, the renowned Musikhuset Aarhus, has invested in a MIDAS PRO6 along with a DL351 Modular stage box and two DL431 mic splitters, in order to 'meet the high demands' of sound quality within the venue.

MIDAS' Danish distributor Matrix Sales (previously Signal Audio) supplied and installed the equipment at the Musikhuset Aarhus - which covers more than 35,000 sq/m making it the largest concert house in Northern Europe.

Musikhuset Aarhus's Technical Director Jonas Knive is delighted, stating: "The first thing that strikes me during the testing of PRO6 system is the unique user interface, which really invites you to use your ears. The interface with POP and VCA groups makes it quick and easy to navigate between several channels and ensures quick access to top priority channels. This, combined with the mixer's very high and distinct sound quality, forms a really good foundation for an excellent end result."

Long-term tenants of the Aarhus Musikhuset that will benefit from the new system include: The Danish National Opera, The Danish Royal Academy of Music and Aarhus Symphony Orchestra amongst others.

Morten Laulund Uldbæk of Matrix Sales comments: "When looking into a new investment of an additional digital console, it was a clear demand from the client that the console would have to live up to very high demands In terms of sound quality and ease of use. Another top priority was having active splitters included in the system. This made the PRO6 system with two DL431 mic splitters the clear choice. Since Musikhuset Aarhus already owns a Heritage 2000, the addition of this new MIDAS Digital system brings even more flexibility for meeting engineers' demands."


MIDAS builds live performance mixing consoles that have been used by the world's most demanding sound engineers, performers and rental companies since 1970. The company is dedicated to raising the standards of sonic quality through its programme of continual research and development and stringent manufacturing processes. MIDAS engineers are also focused on implementing new control functionality and user-friendly desk operation to anticipate and accommodate the ever-evolving needs of audio professionals who specify MIDAS consoles for their major tours, festivals, international events, broadcast projects and prestigious fixed installations.

KLARK TEKNIK was founded in 1971 and in the years immediately following, their innovative approach to design and development allowed them to introduce some truly groundbreaking designs. KLARK TEKNIK was responsible for one of the world's first digital delay and digital reverb units; however it was their concepts for equalisation devices that really changed the world of professional audio resulting in the DN370 and the famous DN360. Today KLARK TEKNIK continues to bring innovation in design and dedication to engineering and sonic quality in both the analogue and digital realm of signal processing.

MIDAS and KLARK TEKNIK are owned by MUSIC Group.


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