PreSonus was on site for the 2019 DCI World Championships from August 8-10th at the beautiful Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana! Featuring 3 days of amazing performances by all, PreSonus was on display with many corps!
PreSonus continues to be a driving force for audio in the marching arts. For more information on PreSonus marching audio solutions, click here!
This winter, for the WGI 2019 Season, long-time PreSonus users Music City Mystique deployed a unique new redundant live performance computer setup, utilizing the Quantum 4848 Thunderbolt Audio Interfaces for their audio input and output!
“We chose the Quantum 4848’s for our production this year at MCM due to the incredibly low latency. To be able to do some intense live processing on up to 18 mics (9 wireless, 9 wired from our FOH mixer) at once while simultaneously being able to run software instruments with zero latency was pretty incredible. The DB25 connectors made cabling them into our rig way easier and cleaner as well! They were absolutely rock solid all year.” says Matt Jordan, Front Ensemble Arranger for Music City Mystique.
For more information on Music City Mystique, visit: https://www.musiccitymystique.org/
PreSonus Education Market Manager Evan Brown just arrived back from displaying and presenting at the 2019 Ohio Music Education Association Professional Development Conference!
Spread over 3 days, the event featured an expo hall, where PreSonus proudly displayed Studio One DAW Software, Notion Notation Software, StudioLive AR and Series III Mixing Consoles, Eris Monitors, ATOM Pad Controllers, and more!
Brown also presented 2 hour long clinic sessions on Marching Audio. Thursday’s “Systems & Application” featured the basics of a modern field audio system from the ground up, and with the help of our friends Andy Wozniak from Pageantry Innovations, even the carts! Friday’s “Instrument Amplification” featured a deep dive into properly amplifying and setting up inputs for wind, percussion, and other acoustic instrument applications!
PreSonus Education continues to be on the road in 2019, with the 2019 TMEA Convention up next from Feb. 13th-16th in San Antonio, Texas!
This winter, PreSonus has welcomed Cap City Percussion to their growing list of WGI World Class Percussion Ensembles!
Cap City was envisioned in 2011 as a group for percussionists from the Central Ohio area to grow as musicians and performers. The ensemble began competing in both Winter Guard International and the Ohio Indoor Performance Association during the 2012 season in percussion independent A class. During the 2012 season, Cap City was promoted to Open class and finished its inaugural season in 9th place at WGI World Championships. Cap City followed up a strong first season with a WGI open class gold medal in 2013, a promotion to world class in 2014, and has been a perennial PIW Finalist since the 2017 season.
“Cap City couldn’t sound like we do without the amazing sound quality that PreSonus brings to the activity” says Donnie Ross, CEO of Cap City Percussion. PreSonus Education Market Manager Evan Brown is thrilled as well. “To have Cap City using PreSonus helps further extended our reach and commitment to the marching arts, and with the help of partners like this, we can continue to improve and refine our products to meet the needs of marching programs all over the world!”, states Brown.
For the 2019 Season, Cap City has chosen a StudioLive 32 Series III Digital Mixing Console, coupled with a fleet of ULT loudspeakers, including the ULT15, ULT18S, and a ULT10 for center fill coverage.
For more information on Cap City Percussion, visit: https://www.capcitypercussion.com/