Singapore (July 27, 2020)—Singapore’s Tin Box: The Live House, a showcase venue for up and coming acts, opened in early March, aiming to provide audiences with tour-standard staging, lighting, and audio. Covering the 250-person room are installed d&b audiotechnik A-Series augmented arrays.
As a basement venue, Tin Box has low ceilings and is only about 240 square meters in size, but the facility was focused on concerns that were less technical and more aesthetic, with the main issue being that the sound system would block views to the stage. Fortunately, after the installation process was complete, there was no obstruction and the audience has a good view of the stage throughout the club.
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Unfortunately, the club is not able to hold any live music events currently due to COVID concerns, but prior to that, facility owners IMC Captasia’s group director of artist management and development, Joy Yong, noted, “The entire show experience is of top-notch quality, not just for the audience off-stage, but for the performers on-stage. Musicians and singers are able to deliver a high standard of performance, and the audience, from right upfront to the back of the room, enjoys an equal richness of sound.”
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