Throughout the festival grounds, an immersive compliment of local music and scheduled announcements were processed, managed and controlled by the new MP-M Series music and paging mixer, which is part of the QSC Premium Business Music Solutions.
Perfect for music reinforcement in retail, restaurant, hospitality and other commercial spaces,
the MP-M Series mixers offer a holistic systems approach with an intuitive, wizard-based configuration tool for integrators, and a customizable end user control experience for the venue staff.
In addition, the festival featured a full stage for celebrity chef demonstrations, powered by KLA Series line array loudspeakers and a TouchMix Digital Mixer, as well as multiple VIP areas, reinforced by K.2 Series powered loudspeakers.
“This nationwide festival will feature a cross-section of some of our newest and most popular audio and control solutions,” said David Fuller, Senior Director of Product Management – Live Sound, QSC.
“For over 50 years, QSC has consistently enabled and delivered unparalleled audio experiences for a wide variety of events and venues, from the world’s largest theme parks and stadiums to intimately-sized venues such as coffee bars and restaurants.”
“We are proud to showcase our diverse portfolio at the USA Today Wine & Food Experience and illustrate how exceptional audio can powerfully transform almost any audience experience.”
The QSC Premium Business Music Solutions include the MP-M Series paging and music mixers, including wall-mount controllers and smart device apps, the MP-A Series multi-channel amplifiers, and AcousticDesign Series SUB/SAT loudspeakers.