The Venezuelan National Orchestra (La Orquesta Sinfonica de Venezuela) has installed eighty channels of Millennia HV-3D microphone preamplifiers into the new Venezuelan Symphony Hall and Performing Arts Center in Caracas. Millennia HV-3 micamps were chosen as the orchestra’s front-end for commercial recordings, broadcast, film scoring and archival projects.
Sergio Prado, director of audio engineering for the new hall, comments that, “We are mainly focused on symphonic recordings, thus we have chosen audio recording equipment that captures the most natural sound of instruments and hall. Millennia’s HV-3D is the new standard for this job.”
The new symphony hall offers 11,000 square meters of floor space, including general rehearsal halls with variable reverb and resonance chambers, 11 sectional rehearsal rooms, 24 piano rehearsal rooms, 25 doubles rehearsal rooms, 25 individual rehearsal rooms, one percussion rehearsal room, three amphitheater halls, six musical theory rooms, one youth workshop, one luthier workshop and a central audio/video facilities which tie all rooms together.
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