The beat goes on for Omaha’s Acass Systems

OMAHA, Neb. – Aaron Cass, the man behind Acass Systems, spent years on the road with some of the world’s top musical acts, and now heads a company that makes life easier for some of the biggest stars when they are on tour.

The Omaha company is based on the fact that oftentimes components for a live show are not compatible. Cass found that one brand of lighting tower might not be compatible with other stage equipment. He also found that production personnel were not always qualified to construct and operate elaborate sets and stage shows.

His company works to connect those barriers to make things easier when setting up for concerts to make sure everything works together as it should. One recent success was a riser that was created for Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac, when the band stopped in Lincoln on Jan. 17.

Source: Omaha World-Herald

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