Pro Sound News runs down the crews and gear on the top 10 highest-grossing tours of the month.
By Mel Lambert. How do you get a theater audience to experience the paranoia and suspicion of East Berlin in 1968? For the sold-out London run of Anna, it meant putting headphones on every spectator and using a binaural live mix to direct attention through the play’s overlapping scenes.
By Clive Young. The meth bust, valued at $835 million U.S., is the largest in Australian history.
Hyperspace got “hyperreal” when Clearwing Productions deployed L-Acoustics’ L-ISA for a live orchestral accompaniment to The Empire Strikes Back.
By Jim Beaugez. A musical institution for 50 years, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival takes over the city’s fairgrounds for two consecutive four-day weekends every spring to present dozens of acts on 17 stages and tents simultaneously, making for a considerable live audio challenge.
Get to know Larry Italia, president and CEO of d&b audiotechnik Americas.
The Nashville-based audio provider fielded a d&b audiotechnik KSL system for the journey.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ new home sports JBL Professional, Crown and BSS Audio systems.
Riedel comms kept Special Olympics World Games connected.
Kicking off the new “Play It Loud” exhibit still meant staying under 95 dB.