An ‘Air’ of Sophistication: Sound Design 1,401 Feet Above New York City
Air, an immersive art experience at the top of One Vanderbilt in New York City, uses mirrors and sound design to evoke endless expanses.
AVIXA Market Insights Outline AV Industry’s Sound Footing
AVIXA's Market Insight Lunch at InfoComm revealed that despite challenges, the industry's long-term outlook remains unaffected.
Shure Joins ITU, UK Spectrum Policy Forum Steering Board
Shure recently joined the International Telecommunication Union and the UK Spectrum Policy Forum Steering Board.
Parsons Audio Outfits Lynn Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium
The 2,000-seat Lynn Veteran's Memorial Auditorium recently had a d&b audiotechnik V-Series loudspeaker system installed.
Sennheiser and Shure Lose Battle for Vacant UHF Channel
The FCC has refused a request from Sennheiser and Shure to preserve a vacant channel in the TV bands for wireless mic use.
Las Vegas’ Madison Square Garden Sphere Construction Continues
When Las Vegas' $1.66 billion Madison Square Garden Sphere is completed in 2023, it will contain a 17,000 capacity arena inside the world's largest...
SF’s Revitalized Castro Theatre Set for Audio Upgrades
Until a major audio renovation takes place later this year, San Francisco's Castro Theatre is using temporary Meyer Sound systems provided by rental partner...
Hip-Hop Halftime: Remote-Mixing Music for Super Bowl LVI
Remote-mixing music for Super Bowl LVI from the NFL’s new West Coast facilities was no simple trick.