October saw tens of thousands of Chinese teens attend a live performance by online reality show Idol Trainee second-place winner Chen Linong and his boy band, Nine Percent, which was served by a Vue Audiotechnik al-Class line array system. Linong gained overnight fame after attracting more than 9.5m followers during his Idol Trainee competition hosted iQiyi, one of the world’s largest online video sites, with more than 500m monthly active users and content licensing agreements with Netflix.

Beijing National Olympic Sports CenterShanghai-based Vue China subsequently provided audio services for the My Girl concert, which doubled as Linong’s 18th birthday celebration, at the Beijing National Olympic Sports Center. The Vue team deployed an al-Class line array system including 24 al-12s hung 12 per side on the main stage, 12 hs-221 subwoofers ground-stacked in a line along the front of the stage with four stacks of two al-8SB subwoofers, two stacks per side; eight al-8s as front fills stacked two high and spread in four stacks across the front of the stage; and four al-8 on each side of the stage provide side fill. Rack-mount VueDrive V3, V4 and V6 Series Systems Engines provided all power and processing for the arrays.

According t, of Vue China President, Mr Gu, the concert gave an entirely new segment of the burgeoning Chinese live music market, and budding performers, a taste of Vue’s world-class sonic performance. ‘Idol Trainee, and the talent and fans it spawns, are the key to the future of Chinese pop culture and the markets it creates,’ he explains. ‘We were honoured to provide audio services to the event and were thrilled to receive much positive feedback on the Vue rig’s clarity, coverage, and ease-of-set up.’

According to Ken Berger, Vue CEO, the company’s progress in China is outpacing the rest of the world: ‘When we expanded the Shanghai-based operation and our national footprint throughout the Mainland in the Spring of 2018, we made a commitment to establish the brand as the Chinese market leader. I’m really excited to see Mr Gu and the entire team making that vision a reality.’

More: www.vueaudio.com

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