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Ozuna trusted in dot2

World tour started

Latin American artist Ozuna recently started his world tour titled “Odisea” referring to his latest album. Lighting designer Alex Soto’s first choice for lighting control where 2 x dot2 XL-F to control a set consisting of more than 100 fixtures.

Soto commented: “The dot2 is an amazing console to do any kind of show. It is fast to program and easy to use. It is really an amazing console for a fast live show. We had a quick access to the different kind of options of the fixtures and could create different types of effects in a short time.”

“We had the performance divided by scenes that took the audience to a unique experience”, continued Soto. “By this they could feel and live the music.  All of this to show how much the artist has grown in a year and a half of his musical career.”

The lighting equipment was delivered by PRG Mexico.

Used Equipment:

2 x dot2 XL-F

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