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Another New Year

posted 16 Feb 2015, 06:09 by Ben Phillips   [ updated 16 Feb 2015, 06:10 ]

T in the Park, Forth Road Crossing, MTV, SPOTY, The Cure and more...

Time for round up of the last few months and perhaps a bit father back.  2015 has gotten off to a busy start, after a nice break over the festive period, KSG and KSG Acoustics both jumped straight into the new year.  

KSG Acoustics has had some really interesting projects this year.  We were appointed as the Noise Consultant for Scotland's massive festival T In The Park 2015 (TITP), for its relocation to Strathallan Castle.  This is a really exiting project for us which we have really enjoyed being part of.  Along with that we have also been appointed as the Noise Clerk of Works (ECoW) for the Forth Replacement Crossing.  The new Forth Road bridge, due to be completed in 2016, will span the Firth of Forth.  We have also been involved in a new mixed use development in Banchory so as you can see its been a busy few months.  The best dressed man in Rock and Roll!

The RECLINE Remote Inclinometer System (for all your line array laser needs) has been flying off the shelves with great regularity and new inclinometer sensors and display are being developed and are on the way.  More on this closer to the time! KSG has also been involved in some high profile shows towards the end of last year.  The MTV Music Awards 2014 was held here in Glasgow, as well as the Sports Personality Of The Year 2014 (SPOTY), both in the SSE Hydro.  The hardest working and best dressed man in rock and roll was in attendance - Pete McGlynn (pictured right) leading from the front, displaying suitable amounts of swagger.  Good show old man.
  
KSG Recording has continued its investment in new equipment to add to the hire stock.  SSL, Avid, Apple and more were added to the inventory.  As well as local recording work here in Glasgow, KSG Recording continued to record The Cure's live concerts, most recently the sold out performances just before Christmas in London's Eventim Apollo.

If you have any Acoustic or Noise consultancy, EIA and planning requirementsRecording or Inclinometers for your speakers, drop us a line here at KSG.