|The speakers were designed into two main L/R hangs of 18 TTL55-A, with eight further elements on each side
This summer’s Ultra Europe Festival in Croatia saw a massive show of strength from RCF’s flagship TT+ line array system.
Zagreb-based production company, Promo Logistika provided a mighty 72 of the high premium TTL55-A and 42 TTS56 subs — more than enough muscle and rumble to satisfy the stream of international DJ’s performing on the main stage.
The global event itself took place in Europe for the first time over the first two days at the Poljud Stadium in Split, with 40 DJ’s appearing on three stages, before relocating to Hvar Island for the final VIP day with a single stage by the pool of the Hotel Amfora.
With 35,000 people attending each of the first two days, the event will now remain exclusively in Croatia for the next five years under the licence of Ultra Miami.
With wide experience in technical production for major events, concerts and festivals — such as Big Beach, Umagination and Discotheque Riva — Promo Logistika were entrusted with providing the technical infrastructure.
“We were very proud to be involved,” stated director, Zoran Biškupi?, whose company was working under the technical supervision and guidelines of the Ultra Miami production director. “We proposed RCF to the technical director who immediately approved, and they were more than happy with how the system sounded.”
Promo Logistika has been steadily building up its RCF inventory over a four year period — but such was the requirement at this event that Audax Audio in Germany also assisted from their own stock.
"We were very proud to have been owners of this RCF sound system and since the event have been suggesting this solution to all our clients"
The speakers were designed into two main L/R hangs of 18 TTL55-A, with eight further elements on each side of the stage as outfills. Two delay towers were set further down the field, each with ten TTL55-A enclosures. The subs were positioned in a straight line in pairs (at 2 meter distance) and were electronically curved through RDNet, in order to control the directivity and widen the coverage.
In addition, the DJ’s were well serviced with reference monitoring in the shape of four HDL 20-A’s and two HDL 18-AS subs per side.
In conclusion, Zoran said, “Everyone was satisfied with the sound, and the technical director told us the system delivered more than he had expected."
“For us the advantages of the TTL55-A were that the system was easy to assemble, it produced a really good output and offered great control through RDNet, RCF’s dedicated, integrated networking board."
“We were very proud to have been owners of this RCF sound system and since the event have been suggesting this solution to all our clients and partners who are engaged in holding large-scale events and festivals.”