PMC will be providing a comprehensive range of loudspeakers and amplification for use at The Indulgence Show, being held in London from 29th September to 1st October, bringing the ultimate studio quality sound to three key areas of the event.
In addition to PMC’s own presence in the Mouton Cadet Suite, where it will be focusing on the award-winning twenty5 series, new Cor integrated amplifier and the latest offerings from AVM and Bryston; its products can be found in the Ross Halfin photography exhibition, Ultimate Analogue Experience room and The Inside Track seminars.
Taking place in the Bourg Suite on the Mezzanine Floor, the Ross Halfin exhibition will feature many never-before-seen photographs by Ross, including those from his time on the road with the likes of Iron Maiden, Metallica, Def Leppard, Kiss, and Motley Crüe. For authenticity, music relating to the subjects portrayed in the exhibition will be played through PMC twotwo.8 active studio monitors and twotwo sub2 subwoofers, fed from a Bryston BP26 pre-amplifier.
On the second floor of the hotel, the show is presenting the Ultimate Analogue Experience, which features PMC’s BB6 XBD studio monitors. Chosen by the world’s leading engineers and recording studios, the BB6 XBD is the latest iteration of the PMC flagship monitors. With their two 15” radial bass drivers, the legendary PMC 75mm dome midrange and a high-performance PMC 34mm tweeter, the speakers present recordings with absolute clarity, accuracy and vibrancy. They will be partnered with a precision Vertere turntable to illustrate just how good analogue music on vinyl can sound.
Back in the Bourg Suite, the show seminar series, “The Inside Track”, will feature presentations from major names in music production and engineering, who will all use PMC twotwo.8 monitors and a twotwo sub2 subwoofer to best illustrate their talks. From the PMC equipped Metropolis Mastering studios, Tony Cousins will present on his work remastering the Peter Gabriel back catalogue. Miles Showell, the Abbey Road based master of half speed vinyl mastering and cutting, will talk on the 50th Anniversary Edition of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Gary Langan, legendary engineer and member of The Art of Noise will provide an insight into the forming of the band and recent re-issues and re-formation. Chris Kimsey, engineer on numerous Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin albums will be revealing the work that went into the production of the prog rock masterpiece, Marillion’s Misplaced Childhood.
Peter Thomas, PMC’s founder and owner, says, “We are delighted to be so closely involved in the provision of high quality music playback at The Indulgence Show. For a show to successfully present the very best in music, it is essential that high quality playback equipment is used and we are proud to have been chosen by the organisers to equip the lectures, Ross Halfin exhibition and the Ultimate Analogue Experience.” He continues, “The show’s visitors are going to get a closer insight into the music and experience something that many will ever have had before and we are confident they are going to really like what they hear.”