AED Audio supported a student protest music showcase at BRIT School called What’s Going On.
The BRIT School, which is in Croydon, south London, is funded by the British Record Industry Trust and counts Adele, Jessie J and Amy Winehouse among its alumni.
What’s Going On featured music in a variety of eclectic styles, all performed and written by 12th grade music students. All of the backstage elements of the show were also manipulated by students.
Front of house sound and monitors were operated by 13th grade Production Arts students, while the AED Audio team were on hand throughout the installation to help with setup and support, and to demonstrate the operation of the system.
The Obie Theater at the School of Performing Arts has been outfitted with a range of equipment including two lines, consisting of eight FLEX6 loudspeakers and a SOLID15 bass/subwoofer cabinet, as well as a battery on the ground of SOLID28 and SOLID15 submarines with a FLEX6 at the forefront. source to provide infill on each side. The AED sound system integrates seamlessly with the cinema’s Dante network, meaning it can deliver excellent sound quality while remaining intuitive and easy to use.
AED UK Commercial Director David Baker said: “The next generation of stage talent is getting the crucial live performance experience they need with shows such as What’s Going On, and we’re delighted that they do it with AED Audio. equipment. Our FLEX6 speaker was a perfect fit for the Obie Theater due to its plug-and-play flexibility, which allows it to be deployed in many different configurations.
Sam Vincent, AED Audio consultant, added: “As a former student of the BRIT School, it was great to be involved in this project and to give something back to a fantastic institution.”