Niles, IL (August 23, 2013)—Stanford University opened its 112,365-square-foot Bing Concert Hall this year, outfitted with a Shure UHF-R Wireless Microphone System.
To support the hall, Stanford University hired Sonitus Consulting, a full-service audio and video consulting company specializing in acoustic theatrical sound design. Realizing that concert halls face unique acoustic challenges, with sound systems exposed to distortion and a wider dynamic range than most venues, Sonitus Consulting selected Shure UHFR. Pro Sound & Video, Los Angeles, handled the new facility’s system integration of the Shure UHFR.
“After reviewing the specific needs of Bing Concert Hall, it was decided that UHF-R—designed for the high pressure and extreme conditions of large-scale installation environments—was the right choice for the job,” said Tim Boot, principal at Sonitus Consulting. “By incorporating this type of high-end wireless technology, the unique landmark venue is equipped to respond to any type of performance without interference or degradation—and the sound produced is top of the line.”