Riedel Elevates 4K Projects’ Large Event And Studio Productions In Denmark

4K Projects, a leading provider for events and entertainment productions based in Copenhagen, Denmark, is using a wide range of Riedel products to enhance clients’ on-site productions all across the country and to power the company’s own studio setup.

4K Projects’ core Riedel products now include the Bolero wireless intercom system, Artist-1024 intercom nodes, RSP-1216HL SmartPanels, Mediornet MicroN, and the punQtum IP partyline intercom system. These solutions play a pivotal role in enabling flexible, intuitive communications and, as a result, streamlining 4K Projects’ internal production coordination for all types of events.

Besides live music and corporate event productions, 4K Projects also runs Studio99, a complete virtual green screen studio, which offers a fully customizable and immersive experience for live streaming and broadcasting. In its studio setup, 4K Projects relies on Riedel systems to connect the technical crew, floor managers, moderators, and the studio team. Artist’s superior hardware integration, which facilitates simple and reliable interoperation between Riedel products, and Riedel’s steadfast commitment to quality made the company’s intercom systems an indisputable choice for 4K Projects.

In the field, the Riedel solutions have significantly accelerated 4K Projects’ workflow efficiency, reducing setup time and enhancing communication during events. For example, last September the Riedel intercom solutions proved invaluable during the Suspekt concert at Parken, the Danish national football stadium. The Riedel gear was used for production communication, handling cues, program sound, and facilitating communication between all production units to ensure that the event was run flawlessly. 

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