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NYC’s ArTecHouse Gets Immersive Underground

By Clive Young. ArTecHouse, a new permanent digital art installation space, opened in September at New York City’s Chelsea Market, where its careening, AI-fueled visuals are emboldened by a sizable 30.1 immersive audio system.

Tour Sound

Vampire Weekend Goes 360° at MSG

By Larry Jaffee. The New York indie rockers are on the road this fall, and a stop at their hometown arena, Madison Square Garden, was made even more special when they performed in-the-round for the show, providing a set...

Blogs

On Adopting Technology

By Clive Young. The process of getting to tomorrow’s technologies and standards is usually messy, with wrong yet logical turns and, conversely, insightful leaps of faith—which means the adoption of new technology is often a very human process.

Live

Future-Proofing SummerStage in Central Park

By Clive Young. The 5,500-capacity outdoor venue in NYC is often overlooked, but it hosts 190,000 people every year for 50-plus productions, plus ABC’s televised Good Morning America summer concert series. Now it’s getting a $5 million refurbishment that...

Recording

Sound On Sound Eschews NYC for New Jersey

By Steve Harvey. After 30 years of owning studios in Manhattan, resilient recorder Dave Amlen had to close MSR (formerly Right Track) in Times Square. Now he’s back with a new multi-room facility, Sound On Sound, nearby in New...

Blogs

The Sound Company at Ground Zero on 9/11

By Clive Young. When the Twin Towers came down on September 11, 2001, one sound company was particularly affected: RSA Audio of Edgewood, NY, which had been providing audio for an 11-day dance festival called Evening Stars—On Stage at...

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