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Sports Facility Projects

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San Antonio’s AT&T CenterWhen it comes to acoustics, designers and AV pros often complain about theaters, music venues and house of worship spaces, but if truth be told, sports facilities offer an enormous challenge to delivering clean intelligible audio to the fans. And with good reason, as venues such as basketball arenas, stadiums and hockey rinks just weren’t designed with wide bandwidth, high-SPL audio in mind.

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First Baptist Church Hendersonville

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The main sanctuary at Hendersonville First Baptist Church, as seen from the balcony. All photos by Chris Demonbreun Once named as one of the “ten best cities for families” by Family Circle magazine, Henderson, TN is a small town that’s just 18 miles northeast of Nashville. While officially part of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area, Henderson still retains a small town feel, yet with that kind of proximity to Music City USA, residents there are very attuned to sonic quality — especially as part of their worship experience. Add a comment

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Recent Theater and Performing Arts Center Projects

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Pyramid Audio Productions provided a Martin Audio MLA system for the venue, which reopened in Aug. 2015. Photo by Jamey ShawYears ago, the question of whether theater was dead was constantly brought up by detractors on every front. And if live theater remained trapped in the genre of stodgy parlor dramas, any predictions of its demise would have seemed credible. However, today, quite the opposite is true, and the application of advanced technologies in staging, lighting, visual effects and high performance sound systems have done much to keep theater not only alive but growing.

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Recent House of Worship Projects

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The Raleigh First Assembly Church features an L-Acoustics rig and a Yamaha CL5 console.The pace of technology upgrades in the house of worship market seems unstoppable. And why not, as congregations — both traditional and contemporary — take advantage of modern audio, lighting, video and broadcast systems to help spread the message. With the rise of high-energy praise bands and choirs, these days, a ‘60s Lowrey organ and a couple of well-worn Shure Vocal Master columns don’t cut it when presenting contemporary music services.

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Hot New Theater/PAC Projects

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Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco“The show must go on” still rings true every day in thousands of theaters and performing arts centers worldwide. However, these days, savvy facility directors realize the importance of a great sound system, especially as audiences — accustomed to hearing high-performance audio systems in live concerts and local bijous — are putting demands on facilities to provide a first-class performance experience, where intelligibility and musicality are just as important as rock ‘n’ roll SPL’s. With than in mind, we present this look at some recent installation projects — both new and upgrades — that reflect the current state of the art in venues both large and small.

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