Superfly reinforces comedy across Poland
Wednesday, 10 April 2019
outline-superfly-arrayThe Superfly sound won plaudits at all venues
Poland - The first half of The Stand-Up Show 2019 Tour took in the largest indoor venues across 13 major Polish cities, playing to sold-out crowds in every location. Audio production was provided by Poznań-based Gigant Sound Letus who did the initial dates with their Outline GTO C-12 system before introducing their newly-acquired Superfly rig mid-tour.
Jakub Mikołajczak fulfilled the dual role of system technician and FOH sound engineer on the tour. He commented, “My first contact with the Outline Superfly system was during the BAJM tour in 2018. I was truly impressed with how powerful and great-sounding the Superfly was.
“We changed the C-12 system to Superfly more or less in the middle of the tour and to be perfectly honest, very little changed in the quality of the sound despite the much smaller physical size of system. Coverage, dynamics, and tonality weren't affected in any unexpected way, despite working in quite acoustically demanding auditoria. Superfly simply sounds like Outline, so the quality of the sound is unquestionable and reaching the desired sound is easy and intuitive for a regular user of Outline speakers.”
Mikołajczak concludes, “Stand-Up Show 2019 Tour was more than just spoken word, as it also included a band which, due to the genre of the music presented, required some punch. To my mind, the requirements were met. The small size of these speakers compared to their potential should be appreciated as well - just 12 to 16 modules in total were enough to cover the floor of almost all the halls. The acoustic prediction in OpenArray3D and easy aiming also make using the Outline Superfly system a pure pleasure.”
The tour was promoted by Maciej Wilk of Stage Production and he also expressed his satisfaction with the performance of Gigant Sound’s Superfly system: “This tour was absolutely the greatest comedy event in Poland, with all venues sold out. After consulting with Jerzy Taborowski I agreed to change over to the Superfly system in the middle of the tour to provide our customers with even better sound quality and intelligibility, which is so important in stand-up, everywhere in the audience.”
Gigant Sound’s owner, Jerzy Taborowski reports, “During the last concert of this part of the tour (at the Ergo Arena in Gdańsk), we used Superfly as the main system with Mantas enclosures as down-fills, outfills, front-fills and in the delay positions - in total 32 x Superfly, 100 x Mantas and 12 x DBS 18-2 subwoofers, a really big system. Sound in every part of the hall's audience was perfectly intelligible despite the often unfavourable acoustic conditions. That's what I expected from Superfly, and the extraordinary flattering reviews after the concerts justified my expectations.”
(Jim Evans)

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