We’re celebrating one year since we introduced our new flagship visual canvas controller, the Diamond 9 to the world and what a year it’s been. Take a look at its journey from the first launch through to its first video shoot and live performance and tour.
Back in 1976, Ian Walley started Avolites in a warehouse in Stamford Brook railway arch Ravenscourt Park, Hammersmith, London. He was known as “AVO” (Amps, Volts and Ohms) after his model 8 AVOMETER an electrical test-meter he always carried at gigs. Throughout its history, Avolites has believed in the power of technology innovation to improve creative expression and has coupled that approach with component reliability, ergonomically designed interfaces allowing for ever-more artistic freedom, quality finish, and inspired design. As such it has played a key role in enabling shows to become bigger, more demanding, and more immersive over the decades.
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