Hollywood Bowl Tour Event and Concert Performance - August 2012
A number of AES LA Section members with tour presenter Fred Vogel, who mixes live sound at both The Hollywood Bowl and the LA Philharmonic’s winter home at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
The Hollywood Bowl before sunset, prior to a landmark performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The then-current sound system featured an L-Acoustics V-DOSC/dV-DOSC rig powered by L-Acoustics la-48a power amplifiers, under the control of user-programmable Dolby Contour systems. Sound mixing duties were handled by recently-installed Yamaha CL Series assignable digital consoles at front-of-house and stage-monitor positions.
A performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana with the Los Angeles Philharmonic during a pleasant late-summer evening at The Bowl. Completely refurbished in 2004, the new acoustic shell, video and lighting hardware, technical infrastructure and line-array sound system cost a reported $18 million.