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EASE Modeling for a Multipurpose Venue, Part 2 
With Bennett Liles
North Carolina’s Elon University needed a complete sound system upgrade for its revered Whitley Auditorium....

Product at Work: Tannoy QFlex 

Two congregations—one in Portland, Ore., and one in Santa Fe, N.M.,—sought to fill their historic churches with the fullness and clarity of sound that modern arrays can deliver. ...

EASE Modeling for a Multipurpose Venue, Part 1 
With Bennett Liles
North Carolina’s Elon University had an auditorium designed for a its huge pipe organ, but they needed a sound system that could cope with its multi-use role. ...

Acoustics: Using Your Expertise To Open New Doors 
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I was reading an article this morning in a contractor magazine and was astounded by the assertion that somehow changing the PA system would magically improve the audio problems in a restaurant. ...

Themed AV 
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Next month, the Themed Entertainment Association marks its 20th anniversary and its 18th annual Thea awards....

Historical Landmark’s Audio System Preserves Character 

Hidden in plain view among the towering skyscrapers of Toronto’s downtown financial district, The National Club is one of the city’s most prestigious landmarks. ...

Audio Upgrade for a Reverbrant Church  

Immaculate Conception Church in Traverse City, Mich., is enjoying a major upgrade to its sound system....

Audio in the End Zone at Texas Christian University, Part 2 
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When Texas Christian University completely remodeled its Amon G. Carter Stadium it included a total sound system upgrade and they called on Acoustic Dimensions to design a system....

Staying Traditional at St. Joseph Cathedral, Part 2 
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Cathedrals are built to sound big, but the pastor’s message has to be heard clearly....

God's Voice 
By Carolyn Heinze
5 line array challenges: The Cathedral Ceiling, The Slim, Highly Reflective Footprint; The Big, Wide Bouncy Rectangle; The Underpowered Touring Venue; and The Unintelligible Historical Building....

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