Seattle , WA —Combining creativity and optimal equipment usage, owner Dan Mortensen of Dansound Inc. recently used two APB Dynasonics ProRack-House H1020 mixers in linked mode to create a compact, fully functional 24 mono/8 stereo input console.

     This highly effective setup proved to be ideal for the Fountain Lawn Stage at the 2007 Bumbershoot music and arts festival at the Seattle Center . Overall attendance for the festival was well over 100,000. Artists performing at the Fountain Lawn Stage included the Vau de Vire Society, Loop Station, Gooferman, and the Can Can Follies in a myriad, ever-changing program of music, dance, acrobatics, and feats of strength and skill.

Pictured are members of the Vau de Vire Society and Gooferman, literally pointing out how the solo function works across ProRack-House mixers as if they were a single console.

Dansound Inc. owner Dan Mortensen (not pictured) comments, "The sound and feature set of these mixers is remarkable for a rackmount product, and we completely filled them up, using all 24 mono and 8 stereo inputs, Left and Right outputs, 5 monitor mixes, and 2 effects outputs. We still could have fit something on the Center output, but maybe next year. Having 8 available subgroups was a bonus."

APB-DynaSonics is dedicated to the design and manufacture of superior quality analog mixing consoles, rackmount mixers and related products. For more information, please call 973.785.1101 or visit us as www.apb-dynasonics.com.