Sound Stories

Meyer Sound Stories that include UPJ-1P


China's Chimelong Ocean Kingdom Immerses Audiences with AVB-enabled Meyer Sound System  

Advanced audio technologies from Meyer Sound help deliver an immersive experience for audiences of all ages at Chimelong Ocean Kingdom's 5D Castle Theater in Zhuhai, China. Located in the Chimelong International Ocean Resort, the 1,000-seat theatre presents an animated show with support from 119 Meyer Sound loudspeakers. The theatre's sophisticated, multichannel presentation includes 26 input channels and various output channel configurations connected to the D-Mitri digital audio platform via one of the world's largest AVB (Audio Video Bridging) networks. Read More »

November, 2015

Primus Brings Punch with Meyer Sound LYON on North American Tour (Live Sound)

The Bay Area-based band Primus recently toured North America with a Meyer Sound LYON linear sound reinforcement system to deliver its quirky, bass-driven brand of alternative rock. Described by FOH engineer Jason Mills as a "really fast" system with plenty of punch, the LYON configuration was provided by Pro Media/UltraSound of Martinez, Calif. Read More »

September, 2015

Meyer Sound is System of Choice for 2015 Tony Awards' Best Musical and Best Play 

The 2015 Tony Award winners for Best Musical and Best Play, Fun Home and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, both rely on Meyer Sound systems to carry their stories to audiences. The aural experience for these acclaimed shows is the work of sound designers Kai Harada and Ian Dickinson, with each of the shows winning five Tony Awards. Read More »

July, 2015

The Grateful Dead Bids "Fare Thee Well" at Levi's Stadium with Meyer Sound LEO  (Live Sound)

Fifty years after forming their band at a Palo Alto music store, the surviving founders of the Grateful Dead kicked off their end-of-an-era concerts at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, with a Meyer Sound LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system driving a quadraphonic surround setup. Read More »

July, 2015

Meyer Sound LYON Selected for 60th Eurovision Song Contest Finals in Vienna (Live Sound)

With 200 million worldwide viewers, the Eurovision Song Contest is a staggering production defined by its complexity and sheer scale. Featuring elaborate set designs customized for each of the competitors and a vast number of moving elements, the organizers needed technology that worked seamlessly together to deliver an exceptional experience for the home viewers and the 10,000-strong live crowd in Vienna's Wiener Stadthalle arena. This year's selection for live audio reproduction was a Meyer Sound LYON linear sound reinforcement system. Read More »

June, 2015

Willow Creek Community Church Adds Meyer Sound JM-1P and 1100-LFC for Two Campuses (Worship)

Willow Creek Community Church has recently expanded its arsenal of Meyer Sound systems with JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers and 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements for two of its facilities. Following these upgrades, every major venue on Willow Creek's main campus in South Barrington, Ill. and three of its regional campuses are now equipped with Meyer Sound. Read More »

May, 2015

NFL Draft Kicks Off in Chicago with Meyer Sound LYON from VER (Live Sound)

A Meyer Sound LYON linear line array system is the top pick for tackling audio reinforcement at the 2015 NFL Draft, held April 30 through May 2 in Chicago. Provided by VER (Video Equipment Rentals), the compact yet powerful system is deployed to cover 3,901 seats inside the vast expanse of the Windy City's landmark Auditorium Theatre. Read More »

April, 2015

Review of Meyer Sound at Savannah Festival: "It was Like the Room Collectively Gasped in Wonder at the Mix" (Live Sound)

Georgia's Savannah Music Festival has selected Meyer Sound systems to reinforce all four of its principal venues for the first time, including the largest Trustees Theater and Lucas Theatre. The exceptional audio clarity has prompted positive reviews amongst local press, including Connect Savannah. Read More »

April, 2015

"Circuitry of Life" Takes an Immersive Look at Technology with Meyer Sound (Live Sound)

Artist Heather Shaw took to a Los Angeles rooftop to push the boundaries of imagination and AV engineering with the multimedia exhibit "Circuitry of Life: A Journey Through the Evolution of Technology." Housed inside a 40-foot cube and sponsored by Red Bull at Night, the immersive event highlighted the story of technology development by blending projection, sculpture, and surround sound heard through a self-powered Meyer Sound system. Read More »

March, 2015

Twin Jubilee Auditoriums Now Home to Canada's First Installs of Meyer Sound LYON (Live Performance Venues)

Two nearly identical venues have become the first theatres in Canada to be equipped with the Meyer Sound LYON linear sound reinforcement systems: Edmonton's Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (NAJA) and Calgary's Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (SAJA). Read More »

February, 2015
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