Venues

Thunder Audio Expands

Compiled by Sarah Benzuly | Feb 01, 2010

Thunder Audio hosted an open house of its new facility and a new demo room.

Opera Goes Au Natural

Compiled by Sarah Benzuly | Jan 01, 2010

Situated in the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts (New York City), the David H. Koch Theater (which hosts the New York City Ballet and New York City

Magic From Stage to Studio

By Tom Kenny, Editorial Director | Jan 01, 2010

For the past couple of years, I've been meeting my brother Kit and his daughters in the Tennessee countryside for some good times at Bonnaroo. He's a

Hear Music Through Subs

By Sarah Benzuly | Dec 01, 2009

At the Rochester School for the Deaf (Rochester, N.Y.; rsdeaf.org), Bag End S18E-C subwoofers placed face-down on a vibrating floor help deaf and hard-of-hearing

Beyond the Stage

By David Weiss | May 01, 2009

LIVE STREAMING, NEXT-DAY DOWNLOADS MEAN MORE REVENUE, MORE PRESSURE FOR CONCERT SOUND BUSINESS

Whole Lotta Rides

Compiled by Sarah Benzuly | Aug 01, 2008

Ever wondered what The Eagles, the Moody Blues, Led Zeppelin and The British Invasion would sound like while diving 155 feet and traversing six inversions?

'Acoustic Cloaking': A Reality?

By Mix Staff | Aug 01, 2008

According to a study published by the Institute of Physics, researchers in Spain have proven that metamaterials materials defined by their unusual man-made

Opening Its Doors: Rational Acoustics LLC

By Mix Staff | Jul 01, 2008

New company Rational Acoustics LLC (Putnam, Conn.; www.rational acoustics.com) founded by industry veterans (pictured above, from left) Karen Anderson,

A Tour of Nashville Venues

By Sarah Benzuly | May 01, 2008

The streets of Nashville are lined with intimate venues that host a wide range of artists wanting to be seen and heard as they showcase their talent for

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