Date: May 2012
First MIDAS PRO2 sold into Slovakia
MIDAS has announced the first sale of the PRO2 live audio system into the Slovakian market. Facilitated by MIDAS’ Slovakian distributor SBL Acoustics, the sale was made Patrik Kvacka, who runs his own rental company in Slovakia’s political and cultural capital of Bratislava. The new console has already been used for concerts by eclectic Berlin collective Jazzanova and British jazz and electronic band The Cinematic Orchestra.
Kvacka ordered the first PRO2 after attending a demonstration of the new console for the Slovakian sound industry, held by SBL and attended by more than 60 sound specialists and engineers.
"The dimensions of the PRO2, combined with its weight, capabilities and price, is exactly what I was looking for,” says Kvacka, who has several years’ experience of mixing on a MIDAS PRO6. “The PRO2 gives me everything that I need.”
Photo: L to R: Stanislav Lehen of SBL ACOUSTICS and Patrick Kvacka with Midas PRO2
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