Jens Elsborg, technical director of Lydkompagniet, explained: "The MH4 has a very impressive set of features and specifications which allows us to use these consoles for many different applications. In addition, the routing structure is very flexible, offering engineers the scope to tailor the console set-up to a specific task."
Jens said he had initially been attracted to the MH4 by the design of the console. "Although some of the features are somewhat sophisticated, it is all set out in a straightforward, easy-to-use package. The physical dimensions and layout of the MH4 makes it easy to overview all controls and settings."
Lydkompagniet was founded 20 years ago and is today one of the largest rental companies in Denmark, employing more than 20 people. The company delivers audio solutions to events ranging from small concerts to large stadium events - and in recent years that has included the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, MTV Europe Music Awards (London) and the DGI Sports Meeting, with more than 25.000 participants.
The two MH4 consoles will make their debut on tour with one of the most popular bands in Denmark - Lars Lilholt Band - commencing early May. The 48ch MH4 will drive the front-of-house and the 40ch desk will be on stage, mixing both traditional and in-ear monitors.
The sale was co-ordinated by Music Industri & Audio, Soundcraft's Danish distributors.