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Topic: We Out Here Festival
Posted By: Ionkontrol
Subject: We Out Here Festival
Date Posted: 21 August 2019 at 7:42pm
Lots of Danley apparently and sounded lovely according to my mates who were there.

Anyone on here?



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Posted By: toastyghost
Date Posted: 21 August 2019 at 9:34pm
That would be my lot and our Glasgow pals at A-Live. 12 stages including the little ones. Over 20 separate products too including the new studio monitors and a DTS10 proper theatre sub in the Love Dancin hifi tent. Jerichos on the bigger stages including one J3-94 a side on the main stage with a single SH96HO at 60m for delay and six BC subs. 8x 18s and 8x15s on bass with 106dBA slow and plenty of sub even for Mala’s orchestra show at FOH 52m back.

Honestly we’re still blown away at the feedback from all corners. Noise police absolutely loved it, touring engineers had loads of fun, people who came just to see what the fuss is about sought us out to chat in detail about all sorts of things, and we had compliments from random punters at stages and online after. Even Gilles gave us a proper shout at before the incredible final act of The Comet Is Coming.

I saw Ford mention something about Glastonbury too in another thread before we set off. I’m just catching up on life but I’ll try and do a bit more of a post about what was on each stage and why.

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Posted By: re-production
Date Posted: 22 August 2019 at 8:56am
I was there, sounded lovely!

More than enough low end for Mala at the front, was absolutely immense, super clean controlled bass


Posted By: bigtool
Date Posted: 22 August 2019 at 9:07am
Originally posted by toastyghost toastyghost wrote:

That would be my lot and our Glasgow pals at A-Live. 12 stages including the little ones. Over 20 separate products too including the new studio monitors and a DTS10 proper theatre sub in the Love Dancin hifi tent. Jerichos on the bigger stages including one J3-94 a side on the main stage with a single SH96HO at 60m for delay and six BC subs. 8x 18s and 8x15s on bass with 106dBA slow and plenty of sub even for Mala’s orchestra show at FOH 52m back.

Honestly we’re still blown away at the feedback from all corners. Noise police absolutely loved it, touring engineers had loads of fun, people who came just to see what the fuss is about sought us out to chat in detail about all sorts of things, and we had compliments from random punters at stages and online after. Even Gilles gave us a proper shout at before the incredible final act of The Comet Is Coming.

I saw Ford mention something about Glastonbury too in another thread before we set off. I’m just catching up on life but I’ll try and do a bit more of a post about what was on each stage and why.
Pics?? 


Posted By: toastyghost
Date Posted: 24 August 2019 at 3:58pm
Photos as requested...
Site


Studio One monitors on DTS10 sub in the Love Dancin' tent with Klipschorns in Mancuso style:


Main stage aerial shot:


Main before doors:


Main stage subs:


Main in swing - off axis but still excellent:


Sunday night headliner, the Comet is Coming:


Rhythm Corner sub array (The Drop for SGP goers):


J7 at RC:


RC at night:


Lush Life stage (Where the Wild Things for SGP goers):


Forest stage at night (Badger Woods for SGP goers):


Forest central sub:


Forest system:

Forest rear speaker:


Woodland stage:


Bit of branding on the heras around site:


Also, here's the kit list breakdown by stage - unless another brand is mentioned, these are all Danley model numbers:
Main Stage

2x J3-94
4x SH46 on front fill
1x SH95HO centre front fill
1x SH96HO delay at 60m

4x BC218 sub
2x BC415 sub

8x DNA20K Pro amplifiers

2x A&H dLive S7000
2x A&H DM64
1x Midas PRO2
1x Digico SD11
1x Outline Newton

Rhythm Corner Stage

2x J7-95
2x SH95 front fill
8x TH118XL sub
2x TH412 sub

5x Powersoft X4
3x Powersoft K20DSP

2x TH118 monitor sub
2x SM80M monitors

1x A&H dLive C1500 and DM32

Lush Life Stage

2x J7-95
8x TH118XL
2x Cube
3x DNA20K Pro

2x A&H dLive C3500
2x A&H CDM48

Forest Stage

4x SH96HO in four corner
4x DBH218 sub
1x BC415 sub

3x Powersoft X4
3x Powersoft K20DSP

2x TH118 monitor sub
2x SM80M monitors

1x A&H SQ5 with DX168.

Woodlands Stage

3x SM96 in LCR configuration
2x SM60M rear fill

2x DBH218 sub
1x BC412 sub

3x Powersoft X4
2x Powersoft K20DSP

2x THmini15 monitor sub
2x SM100B monitors    

Brawnswood Stage

2x SM80
2x TH118 sub

1x DNA 20K Pro

Big Top Stage

2x SM100F
2x TH118

1x DNA 20K Pro

6x FLX12 monitors
2x DNA5K4C

Worldwide FM Stage

2x Mini180
2x TH28 sub

Near Mint Records Stage

2x SH95
2x TH118 sub

1x DNA20K Pro

Cinema

4x Nano
3x Cube
2x TH118 Sub

1x DNA10K8

Klarna Smooth Sanctuary

2x Mini180


We had winds of 44mph gusts on a few days, the J3s were literally moving, but not a single problem with loss of detail of vocals

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Posted By: Sypa
Date Posted: 24 August 2019 at 5:00pm
Noice, what can we expect on dimensions /outlook? 


Posted By: toastyghost
Date Posted: 24 August 2019 at 5:02pm
Originally posted by Sypa Sypa wrote:

Noice, what can we expect on dimensions /outlook? 


Incubus at the Void, with some Nexus XL. No far field Arcline this year due to budget. That’s it from us. I think DAS or EV line array on most others.

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Posted By: Sypa
Date Posted: 24 August 2019 at 5:25pm
So not going out with a bang? Big smile
Shame, was lookin forward hearing some danley. Nvm just hope the weather will serve us right! 


Posted By: toastyghost
Date Posted: 24 August 2019 at 7:28pm
Did the absolute most we could without it being ridiculous. We only have two crew this year, and one of us has to be stage manager as well...

Would have loved to have Danley there but no dice sadly.

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Posted By: Jacxy
Date Posted: 28 August 2019 at 7:53pm
Incredible stuff!Big smile

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Posted By: MattStolton
Date Posted: 09 September 2019 at 5:50pm
@Toasty - and you get a mention in L&SI magazine!!

Saw the Danley boxes, and thought of you, then read on, and neuron get a mention!

Looks like a lot of fun!

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Posted By: toastyghost
Date Posted: 09 September 2019 at 6:22pm
Originally posted by MattStolton MattStolton wrote:

@Toasty - and you get a mention in L&SI magazine!!

Saw the Danley boxes, and thought of you, then read on, and neuron get a mention!

Looks like a lot of fun!


Cheers pal. We collaborated with our original big buyer Mackie at A-Live to do this one, our J3s went up on main stage with Martijn from A-Live doing the overall design and setup there. I handled design and tuning on the majority of the other stages. My main buzz personally is the feedback from Chris at SPLtrack, that’s all him and he has no horse in this race except making his and his clients’ lives easier.

It was a big ask to do a full site with so many different bits of kit just a few years into having the big D in the UK but we’re all proud of the result. There’s a feature in TPi too



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Posted By: Sypa
Date Posted: 10 September 2019 at 1:47am
The Void rig was probably the best at Outlook imo , a bit shy on the tops in the back of the crowd but still great and fully enjoyable.
Sinai comes second offcourse, expected the scoops to play a bit lower with greater authority but when it hits you 40hz up i think the  disparity and difference in the spl makes the lower <38hz notes seem lackluster. First time i experienced my lips shaking out of control LOL
Moat classic.
The garden tops get a honorable mention everything else Confused

That was my outlook review in an unrelated thread heheh


Posted By: jazomir
Date Posted: 10 September 2019 at 12:45pm
There were quite a few vids posted on YouTube last week from various stages around the site on the Mo Better Events channel.
http://youtube.com/channel/UCkcgdAfqiyAbELn4icLaE1Q/videos" rel="nofollow - youtube.com/channel/UCkcgdAfqiyAbELn4icLaE1Q/videos


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Posted By: toastyghost
Date Posted: 10 September 2019 at 3:25pm
Originally posted by jazomir jazomir wrote:

There were quite a few vids posted on YouTube last week from various stages around the site on the Mo Better Events channel.
http://youtube.com/channel/UCkcgdAfqiyAbELn4icLaE1Q/videos" rel="nofollow - youtube.com/channel/UCkcgdAfqiyAbELn4icLaE1Q/videos


Hadn’t seen these but Jesus can somebody tell that guy to stop making portrait footage

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