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Temples of Technology: Recent House of Worship Projects

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6,500-seat CRC Christian Church, one of the largest churches in South Africa.The fervor of upgrading sound reinforcement rigs — as well as lighting, video and broadcast systems — in the house of worship market continues at a dizzying pace. Much of this has been fueled by the rise of popularity of high-energy praise bands and choirs that up bring the SPL’s to a level that’s simply heavenly for many parishioners. These days, a 1960s-vintage Lowrey organ and a couple of well-worn Shure Vocal Master columns don’t quite cut it when presenting contemporary music services.

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A Sonic Upgrade for the Moody Theater, Home to "Austin City Limits" on PBS

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The Moody Theater is the new home of Austin City Limits, the long-running PBS show.History was made back in October 14, 1974, when the now-landmark PBS series Austin City Limits kicked off with the taping of its pilot episode, featuring a performance by the then-not-quite-iconic Willie Nelson. After first airing in 1975, the public’s reaction to the show was nothing short of sensational.

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High Altitude Audio: Sundance Film Festival Gets a Louder Soundtrack

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Park City Live features a Bose RoomMatch system.Live sound is all about moving lots of air, and that was a particular challenge for the music shows at the Sundance Film Festival, which took place in Park City, UT, over 11 days in January. The thin air in Park City — an even 7,000 feet above sea level — challenges crewmembers at load-in as muscles beg for oxygen. Further up the road, a series of private shows held for guests at the Hotel Montage borders on hypoxia at 8,300 feet. Add a comment

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