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It's a san-serif type of font, with some wide spacing and probably had the lines masked out on the A, V and H - rather than it being a custom built from scratch font.
Looks like DIN, but then the LINDSEY STIRLING bit doesn't so much.
To me it looks like a mash-up of DIN and Geogrotesque, with some of Avant Garde's design elements (the R).