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Articles March-April 2021

Step Inside the All New Mondosonic Studio

The all new Mondosonic Studio, located in Ottapalam, Kerela, is a custom Music Production Facility and Studio. With Recording Equipment, Workflows..... read more

Bishwadeep Conceptualizes Sound Design in the Box

Having spent most of his career in Song and Music Recording, Bishwadeep Dipak Chatterjee was constantly toying with the idea of getting involved in designing sound for films..... read more

Celto Acoustique

Established in 2011, CELTO Acoustique is a premium manufacturer of professional audio products for the events and install industry. Founder, owner and CEO - Arthur Felix first displayed his entrepreneurial skills at the age of 14 when he built..... read more

Acoustically OdBle

With Vijay Benegal and Mujeeb Dadarkar

Vijay Benegal and Mujeeb Dadarkar have between them more than 4 decades of extensive experience in the audio industry in India. They have done it all, from recording and mixing for ad films, to doing live sound for renowned artistes..... read more

All About Music, the Marantz Story

In conversation with Joel Sietsem and Alankara Santhana

Marantz has established a strong foundation in the industry with their High fidelity audio systems since the 1970s. Marantz designs products that have intricate detail..... read more

Acoustic and Audio System Design for Small Rooms - PART 6

By - Rahul Sarma, CEO, Menura Acoustic Labs in collaboration with Sound Wizard

We started this series with the definition of a small room, and went on to discuss wave interactions. We continued onto sound isolation, absorption and diffusion in parts 2 and 3. Parts 4 and 5 covered system design goals and finally how to optimize a system..... read more

Studio Showcase

If you had a sign above every Studio door saying ‘This studio is a Musical Instrument’ it would make such a different approach to recording.” - Brian Eno..... read more


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CHAUVET Professional Introduces COLORado Solo Batten


Chauvet Professional has introduced his new COLORado Solo Batten. Reportedly, it is a bright, one-of-a-kind IP65-rated fixture, which creates a uniformly homogenized wash, giving it the appearance of being a single bar of light with no pixels or “round eyes” visible, and no dark corners. This smooth, even look can add a distinctive aesthetic touch to any design, particularly in broadcast and theatrical applications.

“This is a unique light that addresses a need that our customers have expressed for a batten that creates an edge-to-edge single bar of light,” said Albert Chauvet, CEO of Chauvet. “Designers tell us they’re excited because this will allow them to create a whole range of new looks.”

Featuring 144 LEDs, the linear fixture has 12 equally-sized square sections, each of which can be controlled individually. This allows the COLORado Solo Batten to go from presenting a single homogenized light source, to displaying an endless variety of pixel mapped effects and chase sequences with smooth fades and wipes.

With a luminance of up to 3,870 lux at 5 meters, the COLORado Solo Batten has the output needed to make an impact at even the largest venues. IP65 rated, this extremely bright batten is well-suited for music festivals and other outdoor applications. Thanks to its intense output, it will deliver stunning effects even during daylight hours. Adding to its flexibility, the fixture runs on DMX and RDM protocols.

The versatile COLORado Solo Batten can be oriented vertically or horizontally and used on set pieces, where its individually controlled squares can be employed to create visually dynamic effects. Producing a wide array of colors plus white (color temperature presets from 1800 to 8000 K), the fixture also excels as a downlight, toning strip, foot light and cyc.

“We are very eager to see more of what designers come up with when using the COLORado Solo Batten,” said Chauvet. “This is truly a multi-purpose batten light that can be used in a wide variety of ways, not just for uplighting or in set pieces. There is really no limit to the creative possibilities it opens for designers.”

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