Electro rock duo Bob Moses played Lightning in a Bottle’s main stage, which was outfitted with PK Sound’s Trinity system.
“I am constantly moving from section to section of each song, changing levels, EQ’s, filters, and effects; there are probably 20-30 cues per song I want to hit. That being said, I need to keep my focus on staying in time with the music, riding the wave of what is happening on the stage. One thing I don’t have time to focus on is trying to tweak or even manhandle a PA system that doesn’t sound good,” Bob Moses Sound Engineer, Patrick Ball explained.
“I had high expectations for PK Sound and even so I was still surprised at how good it sounded right out of the gate. Super clear, super punchy, power with a capital P,” said Ball of the system deployed at the Lightning Stage.
PK Sound’s Trinity line array, high powered subs, and hardworking team of technicians and engineers all helped the acts at Lightning in a Bottle shine their brightest during their performances.
The Lightning Stage’s line array included 12 PK Sound Trinity modules per side. The PK Sound team used 40 CX800 High Power Duel 18-inch subwoofers for the sub wall to fulfill the need for punchy low-end that has become a standard in today’s music. In addition to the main PA, 10 CX800 subwoofers and 3 VX10 Compact Line Arrays were used for side fill, plus 2 VX12 Line Array for front fill. While 8 PK Sound SW215 Low Profile Stage Wedges were utilised as monitors on the main stage.