Sound Stories

Meyer Sound Stories that include MSL-6

300,000 Hear "The Word" at Korea's Busan Franklin Graham Festival through Meyer Sound Loudspeakers (Worship)

A four-day event that involved 1,500 churches, the Busan Franklin Graham Festival took place at South Korea's Busan Asiad Stadium. 300,000 people attended to listen to messages from internationally known missionary Franklin Graham and performances by Korean artists including Youn, Bok-hee and the Youn Band. Intelligible and powerful sound was provided by a self-powered Meyer Sound system. Read More »

March, 2008

San Francisco Opera Simulcast Breaks New Ground with HD Video and Meyer Sound (Live Sound)

In order to bring the magic of live opera to a larger audience, in 2006 the San Francisco Opera launched a pioneering outreach program that aims to make opera accessible to a broad audience through a series of live, high-definition simulcasts of performances from San Francisco's War Memorial Opera House, offered to the public at no charge. After two previous simulcasts attracted audiences of 8,000 and 14,000 for simulcasts to outdoor locations, San Francisco Opera general director David Gockley brought the simulcasts indoors this summer for a presentation of Mozart's Don Giovanni. Held at four different venues around the Bay Area, the simulcasts all featured large-format HD video displays paired with pristine sound provided by Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeaker systems. Read More »

October, 2007

Herbert Grönemeyer Tours with Massive Meyer Sound M3D, MILO on Stadium Tour (Live Sound)

Actor/musician Herbert Grönemeyer possesses near-legendary status among the German-speaking public. The talented rocker and outspoken activist has sold over 15 million recordings since his eponymous 1979 debut solo album, garnering dozens of Gold and Platinum awards along the way. His recent tour of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland played to sold-out stadia of 60,000 and more through a massive Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeaker system provided by Hanover, Germany-based Rocksound Management GmbH. Read More »

July, 2007

Berlin Celebrates Opening of Europe's Largest Train Station with Help from Meyer Sound's MILO
 (Corporate A/V)

The new Berlin Hauptbahnhof is giving onlookers a glimpse into the future right smack in the historical center of the 800-year-old city. The German capital's new central train station is an architectural masterpiece that, at over 900 feet long and as tall as a skyscraper, has caused more than a few awestruck passers-by to liken it to a "Cathedral of Rail Traffic." The long structure features a glass-lined outer hull that lets visitors see both the German Chancellery and the Reichstag buildings. The numbers are as impressive as the view: covering more than 70,000 square meters, and housing 54 escalators and 49 elevators, the Hauptbahnhof can host 2,000 trains and 300,000 commuters a day.
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October, 2006

San Francisco Opera Appeals to the Masses with the Help of Meyer Sound (Corporate A/V)

Madama Butterfly is one of the most-loved works in the entire canon of opera. In fact, it was the favorite of its composer, Giacomo Puccini, out of all of his operas. The timeless nature of Madama Butterfly could hardly have been seen at its disastrous premiere at Milan, Italy's famed La Scala opera house in February 1904, when a complex mix of logistical, artistic and political issues resulted in La Scala's famously merciless crowd giving the work a raucously negative reception. But when Puccini's reworked version reopened in Brescia a mere three and a half months later, its future popularity was clearly indicated by the seven encores and Puccini's 10 curtain calls.
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July, 2006

Meyer Sound Outfits Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Home of the Florida Gators 

Built in 1930, Gainesville, Fla.'s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, affectionately referred to as "the Swamp" by local fans, is the home of the championship University of Florida Gators football team. Over the years, the stadium has benefited from a number of expansion projects, most recently a 2003 renovation that increased capacity to over 88,000 seats, making it the largest — and loudest — stadium in the state. Read More »

April, 2006

Australia's Largest Convention Center Replete with Meyer Sound 

In 1988, the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre (SCEC) opened its doors to booming business and high demand for a first-class venue for meetings. Set on the edge of Sydney's picturesque Darling Harbour, the center was literally an overnight success, and remains to this day the largest convention center in Australia. More than 600 different conventions, events, meetings and product launches are held at the SCEC every year, with attendees at many major conferences numbering more than 5,000. Read More »

March, 2006

Musica Moderna 

Mexico is fertile country for music tours, from the venues of the world's second largest city to local soccer stadiums. Musica Moderna has worked them all as Mexico's most prominent sound rental company, putting the company at the top of the heap in Latin America. With abundant technical prowess in its staff and a huge selection of Meyer Sound loudspeakers in its inventory, Musica Moderna is renowned not only for its size, but also for the quality of its equipment and services. Read More »

June, 2004

Meyer Sound Deployed with Vienna Philharmonic in Seoul Stadium (Live Sound)

There is a huge difference between the pumped-up pandemonium of a world cup soccer match and the subtle detail of a world-class orchestral concert. Yet venues built for the former are sometimes pressed into service for the latter, and it can be a major challenge to ensure that the resulting sound does justice to the performers. When the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Zubin Mehta, came to South Korea's Seoul World Cup Stadium, that challenge fell to sound system contractor MBC Media Tech. To meet the requirements for power, fidelity, and control, MBC chose self-powered loudspeakers from Meyer Sound. Read More »

January, 2004

Meyer Sound Shares in Astonishing Kremlin Transformation 

Situated adjacent to the onion domes and spires of Russia's ancient capital, the vast State Kremlin Palace was built as a congress hall in the 1960s, and is best known as site of innumerable party conferences during the Soviet era. Western eyes glimpsed the interior only briefly in TV news, but today – along with everything else in Moscow – this epicenter of Cold War politics is being transformed by new ideas and new technologies. Recently, the sweeping changes included installation of a new self-powered audio system from Meyer Sound. Read More »

March, 2003
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