EPSL instals Club KO

Although Andrew and Roselyn Baldwin have been operating in the nightclub industry for the past 14 years, it has been during the 12 months since establishing Event Production Sound & Light that they have really made an impact on the installation front.

Last month the company provided a radical sound and lighting upgrade to the former Oval in Wood Green - animating the venue (now known as Club KO) with a number of original Geni scanning effects from Lighting Effects Distribution and re-configuring the resident Martin Audio sound system.

DJ Spoony had been one of the partners in the previous Oval operation, which opened in the spring of 2002, but these days the venue is under the proprietorship of Mick Theo. "It was already a nice venue but lacked that wow factor," declared Andrew. Firstly they recommended two Geni Burst 2X 360° full-barrel effects - flipping and spinning 14 coloured gobos from an MSD 200 lamp - but this quickly became increased to four. Jedi then extended the lighting to provide two of the smaller Geni Spyro projectors, offering eight colour/gobos and strobing, for use on the dance podiums.

"Lighting Effects Distribution offer such a vast range that we are able to set up site demo's - and show the scope of products like these in situ," continued Andrew. "The Bursts are awesome; there's nothing else like it and we have some in our showroom. In fact we used some Burst 2X's recently at a DJ competition in Sudbury's Vita Nightclub - and everyone was amazed by the effect they produced."



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