Canberra’s Nova Multimedia recently expanded its audio inventory with the purchase of a new DiGiCo D1-Live digital mixing console. In addition to the DiGiCo, Nova also bought sixteen elements of Nexo Geo-T and to assist with flying the Geo-T speakers, a set of the extremely high-tech, RF-controlled Stagemaker hoists made by Verlinde. The new acquisitions have been an immediate hit with Nova’s clients and ensured the company has the most advanced audio equipment in the territory.
From its inception back in 1988, Nova Multimedia was never going to be just another audio company. In fact Nova commenced primarily as a lighting company that also supplied audio, but during the companies long history, the audio department moved front and centre. Today Nova covers everything from high-quality audio and lighting, to vision and event management for the corporate, entertainment, and touring sectors. The combination of DiGiCo, Nexo and Stagemaker has already proved a hit among the first happy Nova clients. Peter Funnel, (Peter Funnel Entertainment) commented after the HIA Awards show recently, “Getting the sound right at the Australian Institute of Sport Arena in Canberra is verging on mission impossible. I remember admiring the small size of the speakers and the quality of sound produced at the HIA Awards. They certainly hit the target that night right in the bullseye. Clarity was perfect, volume perfect.” This level of customer satisfaction is what the new production market is all about. The most modern gear used by companies that have a reservoir of experience and intellectual capital, and in Canberra , the production capital is with Nova Multimedia.