Glastonbury's Pyramid gets kitted-out

RG Jones installs audio tech on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage.
Veteran rock act, Madness, perform their unique brand of music on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage.
Veteran rock act, Madness, perform their unique brand of music on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage.

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The 2009 installment of the legendary Glastonbury Festival has concluded successfully, leaving a number of tired-eyed pro-audio technicians and equipment rental companies in its wake.

London-based pro-audio rental company, RG Jones Sound Engineering, was tasked with providing an extensive range of equipment for the festival’s Pyramid Stage.

The company supplied a full Synco package, which included Synco by Martin Audio W8L Longbow main PA line arrays as well as Martin Audio delays, a massive Synco cardioid sub-bass array and a complete Synco stage monitoring and drum fill system.

“We asked RG Jones to provide a redesigned arena system for the Pyramid Stage, to give better coverage and less overspill in that notoriously difficult arena,” commented Yasha Morgenstern, deputy production manager of the Glastonbury Festival.

“We are more than pleased with the result, with many reports of improved arena sound this year. Control, monitors and stage ran faultlessly, and visiting artists’ systems were dealt with smoothly,” said Morgenstern.
 

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