Sound Stories

Meyer Sound Stories that include UPQ-1P

Meyer Sound D-Mitri Provides Sonic Immersion at Dragone's Dai Show Theatre 

At China's domed Dai Show Theatre, built exclusively for producer Franco Dragone's newest themed spectacle, the nightly displays of jaw-dropping aquatic acrobatics are bolstered by immersive music and effects sonically choreographed through a 128-channel Meyer Sound D-Mitri digital audio platform and reproduced by an encircling array of 103 Meyer Sound loudspeakers. Read More »

July, 2016

Meyer Sound LEO Family Systems Kick Off Transatlantic Festival Season (Live Sound)

LEO Family systems kicked off Meyer Sound's 2016 summer festival season powering multi-day events at two major music festivals on opposite sides of the Atlantic. Boston Calling drew huge crowds to City Hall Plaza while BigCityBeats World Club Dome played out over 700,000 square meters in Frankfurt's Commerzbank Arena. Read More »

June, 2016

Meyer Sound LEO Family is First Choice for Top Tours in France and Denmark (Live Sound)

The veteran French rock band Les Insus and Danish pop singer Christopher have a common denominator: the two diverse European acts have each relied on the unparalleled power and clarity of Meyer Sound LEO Family systems for their recent tours. Read More »

June, 2016

Europe's First Meyer Sound LEOPARD Installations Land in Norway (Live Performance Venues)

Norway is the first European country with permanent installations of the compact Meyer Sound LEOPARD linear sound reinforcement system. LEOPARD's remarkable flexibility and versatility made it the top choice for two very different venues. The 1,200-seat Grand Hall at Studentersamfundet (Student Society) in Trondheim uses LEOPARD to support community events such as theatrical performances and conferences, while the LEOPARD system at Oslo's 650-capacity Vulkan Arena primarily powers hard rock shows. Read More »

May, 2016

Sound Matters to SFMOMA: Meyer Sound Collaborates to Provide State-of-the-Art Sound in Transformational Renovation

Multi-Use Phyllis Wattis Theater at the Hub of Visitor Experience when Museum Reopens May 14

 (Live Performance Venues)

After a three-year expansion, the new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) opens on May 14 with nearly triple the gallery space, 45,000 square feet of free public access areas, and an unparalleled collection of modern and contemporary art on view. Committed to an extraordinary visitor experience on every level, SFMOMA partnered with Meyer Sound to provide sound solutions throughout the transformed museum. Read More »

April, 2016

LEOPARD Leads Pack of Meyer Sound Systems Powering Savannah Music Festival (Live Sound)

For the second year in a row, Georgia's Savannah Music Festival is an all-Meyer Sound event, with sound systems reinforcing all five venues for amplified music. With more than 100 performances scheduled through April 9, this year marks the debut of Meyer Sound's LEOPARD linear sound reinforcement system at the festival, providing sound at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts. Read More »

March, 2016

Muscle Shoals Worship Centre Chooses Meyer Sound JM-1P for New Campus (Worship)

To support a varied spoken word and music program, Highland Park Baptist Church of Muscle Shoals, Ala. has specified a Meyer Sound JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker system for its new, 1,000-seat worship centre. The new space was designed to retain the intimate feel of the church's old 450-seat room. Read More »

March, 2016

Oklahoma's Choctaw Casino Resort Opens World-Class Theatre with Meyer Sound LEO (Live Performance Venues)

Aiming to become a regional destination for concert entertainment as well as gaming, Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Okla. has opened the Grand Theater, a multi-purpose venue featuring one of the largest Meyer Sound LEO Family line array system installations in North America. Since opening with a sellout show by Aerosmith, the Grand Theater has hosted acts such as Kiss, Kid Rock, Boyz II Men, and Kenny Rogers. Read More »

March, 2016

Jazz at Lincoln Center Chooses Meyer Sound for Rose Hall

Newly Renovated Rose Theater Features LEOPARD While Appel Room Boasts Constellation

 (Live Performance Venues)

With the newly renovated Frederick P. Rose Hall opening in mid-December, Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) now features Meyer Sound systems in every performance space at the prestigious complex, including a LEOPARD linear sound reinforcement system in the Rose Theater, a Constellation acoustic system in the Appel Room, and an ULTRA Series loudspeaker system in Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola. Visitors can also experience Meyer Sound technology throughout JALC's stunningly redesigned public spaces, including the Mica & Ahmet Ertegun Atrium and the Ertegun Hall of Fame. Read More »

December, 2015

Q&A with Reggie Watts: Why Sound Matters 

In this Q&A, Watts provides an insightful artist's perspective into the importance of sound, his growing relationship with Meyer Sound technology, and his ongoing quest to create the perfect audience experience. Read More »

December, 2015
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