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Just arrived DJ Controller Flight Cases from KamKase

Numark, Denon, Pioneer, Traktor.

Kamkase are a leading manufacturer of Flight Cases for all applications. All Kam Flight cases are designed in the UK and built using the best available materials. If you choose a KamKase you can be assured your equipment will get the protection it deserves.

Our sales team is always on hand to discuss your requirements if this Kam Flight case does not suit your needs.

7mm Smooth black laminate board
Removable Lid
Full touring spec fittings
Sliding laptop shelf fitted
Foam lined
Gap at rear
Front panel for access to controls and headphone sockets

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These Are Some of The Best VR Experiences in the World Today

Virtual Reality (or VR, as it is commonly referred to), has become a key technology for many in the events, entertainment and technology industries. Its ability to immerse users entirely within a constructed world has granted those looking to entertain, engage and sell a unique new way to grab the attention of the public. There are some truly innovative VR experiences out there right now, with the following 3 uses delivering fun and fascination for audiences like we’ve never seen before.

Video Games
Right now video games are probably the most commonplace use for VR and most of us will be familiar with the concept – whether from news coverage, trade shows or from even owning a pair of goggles yourself (if you happen to be a VR early adopter!) Tipped as the next big feature for the gaming industry, VR is available for most platforms and an increasing amount of titles are being released with VR capability as standard. However, applying the tech to video games doesn’t necessarily mean that the final product is always triple A rated and highly polished. In fact, many developers are embracing gaming in order to test the current limits of VR and to research what kinds of virtual experiences (such as driving or flying) can be offered in a safe, exciting and manageable environment.

Attractions
Big, red letter attraction names are deploying VR to astound and delight their customers, with pro VR company “The Void” being behind some of the most immersive experiences on the market to date. The Void aim to completely reinvent what it means to engage in VR and have developed technology that allows users to travel around a fully interactive space in real time / movement by mapping their virtual environment into a physical space.
This technology has led to ground-breaking and highly acclaimed experiences in North America and plans to expand into other locations are already confirmed (including a Star Wars- themed experience, reportedly). Madame Tussauds in New York for example houses a Ghostbusters experience, where outfitted with a proton pack you take on ghosts in a brilliantly realistic immersive world.

Films
Just like with gaming visionaries, directors at the forefront of innovation are exploring the opportunities of VR in the film industry. The 360 application of VR goggles has seen popular series’ and films offering immersive add-ons, such as the Stranger Things (hit Netflix sci-fi horror) VR experience. It’s not just film and TV directors taking full advantage of the latest tech though. Many tourist boards and travel authorities are using 360 degree video to make virtual tours around noted landmarks a fully interactive and immersive way to advertise.
These however, are just a few uses for VR that are popular at the moment. The scope of VR technology is almost boundless and holds a lot of opportunities as a way to draw users into an immersive and involving world. If you use VR, and want to make sure that you protect your valuable investment, contact sales@flightcasewarehouse.co.uk or call + 44 01827 60009 to ask about our specialist VR flight cases. 

Posted by: Jase on the case on October 17th, 2017 @ 3:27 PM
Tagged with: FCW, Flightcase, Proflightcase

Your Guide To Recording Music On A Budget

Big ideas, but without the budget to match? Donít let this put you off getting started in the music industry or taking on a project thatís a little out of your current comfort zone. As the saying goes, you have to start somewhere! So, weíve put together five handy hints, inspired by conversations with our music industry customers, to help you receive great results even whilst on a budget. 1) Donít limit your options When youíre recording, you need to have the flexibility to play as your music requires in order to capture a sound youíll be happy with. This doesnít mean cramping into a cheap, convenient space that offers dull acoustics, restricts the volume of play, or denies musicians the freedom they need to give their best performance. Post-recording editing can improve balance or enhance clarity, but it definitely canít make up for a poorly positioned mic or an amp set to an inappropriate level. Therefore itís always worth looking into rental rehearsal and recording spaces, often in kitted-out industrial units that grant greater flexibility, and at a much lower cost than a traditional studio if youíre on a budget or just starting out. 2) Spend your money carefully Depending on what it is you are looking to record, the kind of equipment you are going to be using will vary greatly from person to person. Microphones, direct inputs and cables will all have an effect on the final sound of your mix, with cheaper unfortunately often meaning that sound quality will suffer. However, with some industry knowledge and that bit of extra time sourcing options, you can get some great value kit that performs on a par with budget-busting options. Make sure to check online for professional guides and always keep an eye on second hand and used markets to buy premium equipment at a cut-rate price. Whilst recording music can be expensive, patience can lead to big drops in price. 3) Hardware makes a big difference Donít just buy the brand name you recognise or take up the first great deal youíre offered. Make sure that youíre as certain as you can be (we understand creative direction can change during the writing and recording process!) of what sound youíre wanting to create before you make any equipment investments. Take time to learn about the techniques behind the sound you what to achieve for a better outcome that will be lower-cost in the long run. 4) Take help where you can. We understand that this is a guide for those who are looking for initial advice, but sometimes avoiding professional fees can come at an unwelcome price. The discerning listener will always be able to tell an amateur from a pro, so any advice that you can get about recording, mixing and all the other facets of studio production is going to help you produce a better record and hopefully make more money from your efforts. 5. Once youíve made an investment, protect it. Flightcase Warehouse helps you to continue creating your own music and takes away worries such as costly damage in storage or transit. We stock thousands of off the shelf protective solutions for musicians and budding sound engineers alike and our Pro Flightcase team can create totally bespoke solutions for any need you may have. Email sales@flightcasewarehouse.co.uk for more info!
Posted by: Jase on the case on October 14th, 2017 @ 02:16 AM

The Art of Showmanship and What We Can Learn From Musical Theatre

Back in July Flightcase Warehouse looked at how touring bands utilise the modern skills of events professionals and the capabilities of contemporary technology to deliver standout experiences for their audiences. However, delivering awe-inspiring spectacles that cement themselves in memory isn’t a new thing. Some of the greatest performances in history came way before the onset of 21st century digital technology and have established a standard for the glittering, stimulating marvels we enjoy today.  
The best performance genre to illustrate our point is that of the constantly evolving “musical theatre”. Drawing inspiration from good old-fashioned spectacle (made an essential requirement all the way back in the 16th century by the world’s best-know dramatist, William Shakespeare) and the innovative use of the very latest tech and production techniques, when done right, even classic musical theatre shows seem as fresh and exciting as on their premiere night. Despite being around since before the millennium, the below 3 shows are still regulars on theatre programmes the world over thanks to their rare ability to reinvent their stories using innovative technology, modern techniques and contemporary creative direction.

1)    The Lion King
A family favourite ever since its inception in 1999, The Lion King has long relied upon its production team to deliver a stunning visual experience for global audiences. The musical has enjoyed many years gracing Broadway stages and boasts tremendous international success, and is well-known for its heavily stylised and unique array of costumes and puppets that engage with actors and iconic musical numbers. The production team behind the Lion King works tirelessly to ensure that the show remains visually stunning, with inventive costume design and puppetry still being a key draw today in 2017.

2)    The Phantom of the Opera
A staple of the musical theatre landscape, today’s Lloyd-Webber-penned retelling of an Italian classic not only has to ensure that it’s in-house orchestra and vocalists retain exceptional clarity (through hidden, wireless microphones in most productions), but that the various set pieces occur without a hitch. A long standing TPOTO tradition is that the chandelier hanging above the audience is dropped from the sky, reflecting action in the storyline. Obviously, as a large weight that needs to endure a controlled (yet rapid) descent there is a large amount of pulley, rigging and chain hoists involved in the drop. A very intricate yet spectacular set piece, TPOTO continues to stun modern audiences with its engineering marvel.

3)    Les Misérables
“Les Mis” as it’s fondly known, is one of the most famous ever musical theatre productions and the longest running on London’s West End. Variations of this novel-come-musical are mounted worldwide, with a need for intricate stage sets and robust sound design wherever staged. Large orchestral capacity is combined with an equally sophisticated mixing desk, with audio engineers working nearly non-stop (as they do on most musical production’s) to ensure that not a note is missed. Of course, a big part of the show is the swarming crowds that take the stage, filling complex sets and using props that flesh out the feel of the French Revolution at its height. Never more bombastic than it needs to be, the behind the scenes stage hands work hard to make sure that not only the stage is prepped and ready for the show, but that every cast member is outfitted perfectly.
Musical theatre is a great genre to cast your eye to for inspiration when working in events. Pros in this area often push the boundaries of creativity and capability when it comes to utilising modern and ground-breaking technology, or delivery next-level spectacle to huge crowds. And you can guarantee that they put their trust in protective equipment that will never let them down, even when under logistical pressure or working with demanding kit.
If you require a protective solution for events, AV, lighting, sound, production, broadcasting and much more, please talk to Flightcase Warehouse. We have thousands of off the shelf flight cases ready for next day delivery and also offer bespoke manufacturing if you require a totally tailor-made solution. Call 01827 60009, email sales@flightcasewarehouse.co.uk or visi www.flightcasewarehouse.co.uk for more.

Posted by: Jase on the case on October 3rd, 2017 @ 10:37 AM
Tagged with: FCW, Flightcase, Proflightcase

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