INDIA: Celto Acoustique’s master distributor for the Indian subcontinent, AG Acoustics, recently organised an event to demonstrate some of the manufacturer’s products to sound engineers, dealers and rental companies in New Delhi. Celto’s technical director, Nicolas Lucas, was at the event to showcase the IWAC line array system, which was provided by local rental company Modern Stage Services (MSS).
Mr Lucas, who provided a training seminar covering rigging, aiming and EASE focusing for the IWAC system the day before, discussed his global experiences from the pro audio industry before demonstrating the line array solution. New Delhi-based band Noor the took to the stage to properly demonstrate the live sound setup.
That setup comprised 16 IWAC210 cabinets flown in an L-R configuration for the main PA with 16 CT218S subwoofers and power from Crown IT5000HD and IT9000HD amplifiers. A further four IWAC210s were ground stacked with six IWAC118S subwoofers, all of which were powered by four CeltoP 4.25 DSPs. A pair of CT15X and SU121s served as side-fills while stage monitors were in the form of CT15X and VCM12 enclosures. MSS also provided the LED wall, trussing and staging, as well as production services.
‘We saw some prominent industry colleagues from dealers, sound engineers, rental business heads and DJs from all over India attend this event and celebrate the IWAC movement,’ said Moshe Aston, country head, India at Celto Acoustique.
AG Acoustics CEO Siddharth Sood is happy with the progress that Celto is making in the market. ‘After having worked with major international brands I am extremely proud to be associated with such a young and dynamic company, which truly puts its heart and soul into each product,’ he said. ‘I would like to thank Nicolas for his time and effort in coming to Delhi to help make this event a success.’