An array of Clay Paky fixtures were used to light up Die MEGA 90er Live, a host of events in Germany dedicated to pay homage to some of the best music of the ‘90s.
Atlantis Audio was responsible when selecting the technical lighting equipment and adopted 16 Clay Paky Sharpys and 15 Clay Paky A.leda B-EYE K20’s. Two MA Lighting grandMA2 consoles, two MA Lighting 4Port Nodes and two MA Lighting Plus MK2 Video Processing Units were also present.
Volkmar Kusch, owner of Atlantis Audio, was pleased with the Clay Paky fixtures: “The MA system is simply extraordinary. We built the whole setup with two full-size grandMA2 consoles and since the MA VPUs are part of the MA system, the interchange between them and the control desk is simply perfect.”
“Whether it is configuration, programming or operation, everything can be best managed from the control desk,” Kusch concluded. “The extremely low latency time when incorporating live video also satisfied me.”