Paradise Interrupted, Lincoln Center Festival
Point Source Audio lavaliers took center stage at the Lincoln Center Festival's opening of Paradise Interrupted, the dreamlike Chinese opera designed by visual artist and Emmy winner Jennifer Wen Ma. The breaktaking visuals come to life through sound using the opera singer’s breath to express her mood via light and movement to fill the stage. The heroine wears two Point Source Audio microphones to project her voice both vocally and visually. The CO-8WL omni lavalier was chosen for the singer’s voice going into the sound system, while the CR-8L cardioid lavalier was used to isolate her voice going into the video computer.
Point Source Mics Violins and Violas for U.S.’s Largest
Standalone POPS Orchestra
Houser Audio, the official audio provider for the Philly POPS picked the CO-8WL omnidirectional lavalier microphone to amplify the string ensemble of the Philly POPS’ 65-piece orchestra.
Andre Houser is founder and chief engineer of Houser Audio in Aston, PA, and the trusted audio provider for the Philly POPS since 2008. In mic’ing the orchestra’s string ensemble, Houser spoke excitedly about adding Point Source Audio citing “The Point Source mics sounded amazing—very natural—I was blown away.”
Hadestown, New York Theatre Workshop
Noted sound designer Robert Kaplowitz selected Point Source Audio's SERIES8 headset microphones and lavalier microphones for the heated performances in the folk opera "Hadestown" by celebrated singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell. "Hadestown" follows Orpheus' mythical quest to overcome Hades and regain the favor of his one true love, Eurydice. Damon Daunno and Nabiyah Be sing “Wedding Song” wearing PSA headset microphones.
Husbands and Wives, Toneelgroep Amsterdam
Relationships are hard, but the SERIES8 waterproof lavalier microphones weather through the challenging scenes of Woody Allen's 1992 comedy-drama Husbands and Wives. The Dutch actors play out the wrenching heartaches throughout marriage and divorce—complete with a 12-minute downpour live on stage.
Tug of War, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre
Point Source Audio's SERIES8 omnidirectional headset microphones were chosen for this epic 12-hour Shakespeare production split into 2 action-packed dramas that trace the rise and fall of kings, and the uncommon courage of common men.
National Theatre of Oslo, Norway
The National Theatre in Oslo, one of Norway's largest and most prominent venues for performance of dramatic arts, took SERIES8 to task during production of William Shakespeare's Richard III. The gory details reveal the SERIES8makeup proof heasdset mic makes the cut!
CM-iX Intercom Headset Transformational for Techs at Elevation Church
FOH Assistant tech emphasizes that the CM-iX and CM-i3 are great replacements for the single ear Clear-Com units he was using: "I’ll be able to use my CM-iX and in ear monitors whether I’m in FOH, running a camera, or operating a CG station in the control room!”
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre Logged 400 Performances in 2015
With numbers like these, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre had to have a lavalier mic they could trust. Dutch Apple is now in its 30th year—providing top quality productions, award-winning food and exceptional service to over 150,000 guests annually in its 330 seat theatre.
Belgian Movie Awards 2016
Belgium's WNM were tapped for the 6th consecutive year to be the audiovisual provider for the country's prestigious “Les Magritte du Cinema." This year, WNM chose SERIES8 headset microphones for the job and was rewarded with satisfying approval by the presenters who found the shape around the ear more comfortable than other brands previously used. The "UNbreakable Boom" flexibility also contributed some unforseen advantages including the ability to avoid scratches from the beards of the stylishly unshaven.
Berklee College of Music Standardizes on
Point Source Audio Microphones Cardioid headsets expected to support up to 300 student-run productions each year
“After doing our tests, we found the CR-8D to give the least coloration and the highest gain before feedback. With the CR-8D headsets, the sound is much more natural after feedback corrections."
San Francisco Opera Point Source Audio mics premiered on opening night of Sweeney Todd in the Fall of 2015 and continue to provide just the right amount of vocal reinforcement through all the blood, sweat and tears that accompany every production!
West End Sound Designer Rick Clarke Selects
Point Source Audio for “Chicago” SERIES8 microphones edge out industry standard with improved intelligibility
Point Source Audio’s SERIES8 microphones chosen as new standard after they outperformed the mics that were being used in “Chicago” during the musical production’s Germany tour last fall.
Superbowl 2016 Audio Tech
Dave Perry wearing CM-i3
Point Source Audio Mics Worked Wonders for Sound Designer Award-winning Sound Designer Lindsay Jones Explains his Microphone Choice for Wonderland, Alice's Rock & Roll Adventure
"The PSA mics sounded great out of the box. We only had to do a minimum amount of EQ-ing—if any—on the actors to get them up and running. That was a huge time-saver and a real relief."
Point Source's CM-i3 Comm Headset is a Slam Dunk CM-i3 headset scores for technician on Globetrotters tour
“The earbuds are a slick solution; there’s no more getting tangled up when in a hurry, I love being able to remove an earbud in a split second in order to react to a mixing challenge.”
Capone's Dinner & Show "The Point Source mics are used in our productions seven nights a week year-round. The sound quality is excellent and the bendability of the boom makes it super easy to fit our rotation of actors and frequent costume changes. We've tried other brands of earworn microphones, but these are by far the best!"
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre The Point Source Audio microphone was chosen for this reason: The flexibility is amazing. The wire can be twisted over and over again without any residual mark. Another plus is the shorter throw of the PSA mic boom - this fits extremely well with the kids. I got no complaints from the cast."
Pastor wearing earworn microphone
Pastor wearing earset microphone
Iron Chef Cat Cora wearing the "Unbreakable Boom" microphone