Meyer Sound Stories that include UPJ-1P


Classical Crossover Violinist David Garrett Tours with Meyer Sound LEO (Live Sound)

Known for his boundary-crossing repertoire that includes classical arrangements of rock, pop, and punk music, violinist David Garrett recently performed a series of open-air shows across Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. German production service provider POOLgroup deployed a Meyer Sound LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system for the tour. Read More »

August, 2013

Meyer Sound JM-1P Focuses the Fun at Hard Rock Nabq in Egypt 

At the new Hard Rock Cafe Nabq in Egypt's trendy Sharm el-Sheik resort area, a Meyer Sound JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker system combines exceptional power and precision coverage control to offer a superior guest experience. All audio systems were provided and installed by Cairo-based Modern Touch. Read More »

August, 2013

From Classrooms to Stadium, Meyer Sound Brings Clarity to Texas High School 

Located a few miles from Texas A&M University, the gleaming new campus of College Station, Tex.-based College Station High School features a wealth of cutting-edge AV systems. More than 130 Meyer Sound loudspeakers are installed in 14 separate systems in the school's classrooms, athletic facilities, and main theatre. These systems were designed by Houston-based HFP Acoustical Consultants. Read More »

August, 2013

Meyer Sound D-Mitri Drives an Immersive Undersea Experience at Denmark's Blue Planet 

The new Blue Planet in Kastrup, Denmark, is Europe's second largest aquarium. It has won accolades not only for its variety of marine life, but also for its striking whirlpool-inspired architecture and imaginative application of audio technology. To support an immersive undersea experience, more than 400 tracks of custom-recorded audio are mixed, timed, and processed through a Meyer Sound D-Mitri digital audio platform. The audio is then distributed to 57 self-powered Meyer Sound loudspeakers installed throughout the exhibit areas. Read More »

July, 2013

Meyer Sound CAL Brings Clarity to Reverberant Moscow Cathedral (Worship)

Completed in 2000 to replace the original cathedral destroyed by Stalin in 1931, Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Savior is the world's tallest Orthodox cathedral. It features a vaulted ceiling and hard walls that create reverberation times of over 10 seconds. To improve clarity for its speech and music programming, the cathedral recently upgraded to the new steerable CAL column array loudspeakers from Meyer Sound. Read More »

June, 2013

Peter Hylenski Uses Meyer Sound for Praised Motown: The Musical Sound Design 

One of this season's hottest tickets on Broadway is the runaway hit Motown: The Musical, which features a story line that weaves together more than 60 hit songs by the artists that transformed Detroit into a hit-making capital. To accurately transmit music originally created by legends like Diana Ross, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, and others, sound designer Peter Hylenski specified a reinforcement system of Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers. Read More »

June, 2013

Meyer Sound CQ-2 Improves Clarity at the Musical Instrument Museum (Live Performance Venues)

When Ted Greenbaum became theatre manager at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix, Ariz., he wasted no time in upgrading the sound reinforcement system in the museum's 300-seat Music Theater. The intimate venue now sports an all-Meyer Sound loudspeaker and monitor system. Read More »

May, 2013

Broadway's New Nightspot, 54 Below Club Chooses Meyer Sound (Live Performance Venues)

With a vision to create an intimate lounge for Broadway professionals and audiences, owners of New York's 54 Below supper club recruited an impeccable cast of Broadway veterans to oversee its design, hospitality, and programming. Among them is Tony-nominated sound designer, Peter Hylenski, who specified a Meyer Sound reinforcement system to showcase the venue's top-flight musical talent. Read More »

May, 2013

From Films to Musicals, Meyer Sound Constellation Maximizes Diversity at Korea's Sohyang Arts Center (Live Performance Venues)

Dongseo University's Sohyang Arts Center is the newest and most technically advanced performing arts venue in Busan, the second-largest city in South Korea. Outfitted with a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system and sound reinforcement system, the theatre is sonically suited to host a spectrum of events ranging from musical theatre to orchestral and rock concerts. Read More »

May, 2013

Meyer Sound MINA Shines at New SFJAZZ Center (Live Performance Venues)

Opened early in 2013, San Francisco's SFJAZZ Center is the first performance and education complex in America that was built from the ground up exclusively for jazz. At the centre's heart is the world-class Robert N. Miner Auditorium, which strikes a meticulous balance between the hall's controlled natural acoustics and the transparent audio reproduction by Meyer Sound's MINA line array loudspeakers. Read More »

April, 2013
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