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ISM Hexadome installation heads to the USA

The Institute for Sound & Music has announced the US premiere of the ISM Hexadome installation in partnership with Gray Area Festival at the historic Pier 70 location in San Francisco from July 25 through August 4. The ISM Hexadome has been selected to travel to the United States as …

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TiMax showcases two immersive collaborations at Glastonbury

The unique immersive audio capabilities of TiMax SoundHub were in evidence at this year’s Glastonbury Festival where two experiential spaces were driven by the pioneering spatial audio engine. As a centrepiece for the Greenpeace field, artist Wolfgang Buttress created a new permanent sculptural feature to highlight the plight of bees …

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Meyer Sound provides total immersion for Karen O and Danger Mouse art installation

For four days in late April, more than 3,500 visitors experienced a 35-minute multisensory art installation called “An Encounter with Lux Prima.” Conceived by Karen O and Danger Mouse as an immersive introduction to their new album collaboration, the event – sixteen sessions in all – was held at the …

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Shure joins Microsoft Teams Certification program

Shure has joined the Microsoft Teams Certification program and is working to achieve certification for a select portfolio of Shure networked systems products. Microsoft Teams provides a complete online meeting solution that includes online meetings, live broadcasts, Microsoft Team Rooms, cloud video interoperability and audio conferencing. Whether it’s a corporate …

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Shure Microflex ceiling mics provide clarity at KPMG’s U-Collaborate space

Shure’s Microflex Advance MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone has recently been installed at KPMG’s U-Collaborate space in Canary Wharf, UK as part of the company’s new Voice Lift system. Voice Lift is designed to boost the frequency range most critical for intelligibility, restoring the natural speech level for far-end participants within …

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Yamaha announces STAGEPAS 1K all-in-one portable PA

Yamaha has unveiled its new STAGEPAS 1K portable PA system, which features ‘significant’ improvements in audio performance, usability and portability. The new system features modified versions of the 1.5 inch (3.75 cm) drivers with high end neodymium magnets. In the streamlined, reduced weight STAGEPAS 1K system, an array of 10 …

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Tech Talk: Comparing analogue and digital wireless systems

Audio-Technica’s Marketing Director and former long-serving EMEA Product Manager, Alex Lepges, weighs up the pros and cons of analogue and digital wireless systems… — There is somewhat of a misperception between physics and products in the market at the moment. While it’s always been more efficient to use analogue if …

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Danley goes compact with new Go2-8CX loudspeaker

Danley Sound Labs has announced the launch of its Go2-6CX small-format loudspeaker. The Go2-6CX uses a six-inch co-axial driver fit snugly into an extremely compact Baltic birch cabinet. Despite its small size, the Go2-6CX is capable of delivering 109dB continuous and 115dB peak with Danley’s characteristic phase coherence and smooth …

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L-Acoustics expands A Series with install-specific range

Following the launch of the new A Series medium-throw line source earlier this year at Prolight + Sound, L-Acoustics announced the upcoming debut of install-specific versions of the full A Series at InfoComm in Orlando, FL last week. A Series offers adjustable coverage options, with the A15i Focus achieving a …

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InfoComm 2019: Powersoft unveils new amplifier platform

Powersoft unveiled its newest amplifier platform at InfoComm 2019 in Orlando, FL this week. Mezzo, a new line designed specifically for the AV/IT market, consists of eight amplifier models, each offering different power and connectivity options. It is ideally suited for corporate, hospitality and educational environments, and is a self-configuring …

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