Shooting Star unveils high-tech audio/video system
The new digital system project encompasses several new high-end digital audio-visual sound boards, two 18x11-foot custom video screens and walls, two high-definition projectors with movie theater-quality picture, broadcast panels with portable (remotely operated) and still cameras, digital signage and more. The facility also boasts a top-of-the-line digital audio speaker system, as well as the highest quality theatrical stage lighting available.
“Shooting Star makes it a top priority to offer the best entertainment experience in the Midwest region, and with our new audio, video and HD digital systems, I believe we deliver just that,” said William Marsh, marketing director at Shooting Star. “Whether attending a concert from one of the biggest names in entertainment, hosting a conference with multimedia presentations, screening a film, or watching the big game, our new Event Center has the technology to make it happen.”
“High-definition video and surround-sound audio will make any presentation come to life, and our in-house system has the capacity for easy audio and video recording,” added Marsh. “Small-scale event planners can do everything from creating a professional-quality MP3 or video of their event to recording a full CD of a musical performance. Large event planners benefit from the ability to simulcast HD videos with multiple camera types over two large-format video screens, all with crystal-clear computer graphics and DVD playbacks. And, with our new Avid digital audio boards, event planners can present clear digital audio over our brand-new, top-of-the-line JBL Line Array speaker system.”
Shooting Star Casino, Hotel and Event Center is one of the top entertainment and gaming destinations in the region, according to information provided by the property. Owned and operated by the White Earth Nation, Shooting Star is home to gaming, live concerts, dining, shopping, spa treatments and 386 hotel rooms, in addition to nearly 30,000 square feet of event/meeting space.