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Calibre equips Motu stand at NAMM show

Calibre equips Motu stand at NAMM show

To ensure they got noticed at the winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show in Anaheim earlier this year, Motu - an engineering-driven music technology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts who develop audio software and computer hardware peripherals for audio and video production - turned to Calibre.


“We had a theatre vibe to our booth using truss and scrim,” explains Motu marketing director Jim Cooper. “In previous years, we used projection against a wall - but it looked washed out. It was never enough contrast to look good. Plus it was cumbersome to set up and align. We tried upgrading the projector a number of times.”


“Then, at Prolight + Sound 2019, at the Calibre booth, I saw the Calibre AiO,” he continues. “The Calibre booth staff let us connect our laptop to the LEDFusion A130 AiO display, allowing us to see how Motu’s software would look at the AiO’s native resolution.”


Calibre’s Paul Wilson then supported Motu at NAMM. “I was able to get Motu up and running with the LEDFusion 130 so that they were able to connect their Mac Pro and laptops and start running through their presentations,” he says. “I was talking to Paul, and next year we’ll plan to use the 163-inch AiO screen to give us even more of a presence.”




Calibre equips Motu stand at NAMM showCalibre equips Motu stand at NAMM show

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