Mar 06, 2007

Touring & Corporate

MH3 Plays Its Part For Ingonyama Productions

--Ingonyama Productions, based in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), South Africa, recently purchased a Soundcraft MH3, 32-channel mixing console. The console finds itself at home amongst the array of Harman Pro products that Ingonyama have been accumulating over the last year.

Soundcraft's MH3 console, part of the Live range, is well suited to the demands of touring. Ngubane Thabani, owner of Ingonyama, states that strength, flexibility and ease of use were major factors in the decision making process.

“We are getting more and more calls for a variety of high profile live events in this area. It’s vital to have a desk that’s built to perform in diverse circumstances.” The MH range provides the obvious solution, since it has the benefit of being useful as either a front-of-house or as a monitor console, with excellent EQ capacity.

Gary Furman, of Wild and Marr KZN, commented, “Ingonyama Productions has come a long way in the last year — due in part to the fact that they offer a professional service coupled to their planned buying process, ensuring that their inventory is scalable and cutting edge.

“The Soundcraft MH3 together with their dbx and BSS processing, Crown I-Tech amplification, JBL VRX line array system as well as other professional products, gives them the tools they need to become a major force in the touring and production industry.”

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