- Largest Cadac fixed-install comes to China
In this months Pro Audio Asia magazine they cover the largest ever Cadac install. Click to read the full story.
- Jon Sword, FoH Engineer, talks about the CDC six
Jon Sword talking about "THE best sounding board the world has ever heard!" - the CDC six, which he used at Front of House for The Feeling. Click to watch the video
- Live Sound and Installation - Polish Edition: CDC four:m review
Live Sound and Installation magazine from Poland have another great review of a Cadac, this time the CDC four:m. Click to read the full article.
- TPi - Jesus Christ Superstar
Total Production International have a great article in their September issue where Glen Beckley talks about the CDC eight he used on "Jesus Christ Superstar" performed at Lincoln Cathedral. Click to read the full article.
- CADAC to support IBC
Cadac are proud to be a supporter of IBC 2015. Terry Nelson, from IBC Technical Resources, visited Cadac to prep the CDC eight-32 and CDC six for the IBC “Big Screen Experience”. There will also be a CDC four:m for “IBC TV”, a 24 hour on-line news channel, and a LIVE1 for the main conference room.
- "Jesus Christ Superstar" and CDC eight-32
A CDC eight-32 has just finished an amazing amateur production of “Jesus Christ Superstar”, which was performed in the nave of Lincoln Cathedral. The sound designer and FoH engineer for the show was Glen Beckley – who is normally found engineering Cirque du Soleil shows. The CDC eight was supplied by Wigwam Acoustics Ltd.
- Resolution - Cadac MegaCOMMS explained
Resolution magazine have an article in their June issue where Richard Ferriday explains the merits of our MegaCOMMS digital audio network. Click to read the full article.
- Live Sound and Installation - CDC six article
Live Sound and Installation magazine from Poland have a great feature on the CDC six. Unsurprisingly it is written in Polish, but for those of us that can't read Polish there are a lot of great pictures! Read Article.
- ABTT Theatre Show with CDC six
LMC Audio Systems had a busy first day at the ABTT Theatre Show, stand E30, with the CDC six.
- 10cc at the Royal Albert Hall
Jon Sword at FoH, with the CDC eight-32, at 10cc's very successful Royal Albert Hall performance at the end of their UK "Sheet Music" tour. The console was prepared by ESS PA Hire. (Pictures: Andy Hague).
- Largest Cadac fixed-install comes to China
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