Feature Articles We've Written

The New Mariinsky
Lighting & Sound International, October 2013

Designed by Toronto's Diamond Schmitt Architects, the new Mariinsky Theatre, one of the largest opera production facilities in the world, opened last May, providing the magnificent new home of Russia’s Mariinsky Opera, Ballet, Orchestra, and Chorus.

 

When You Only Have a Hammer
Live Sound International, September 2013

With the proliferation of matrix consoles, adequate DSP, and devices such as the TiMax2 Soundhub and Tracker, mixing is no longer the only way to work with live sound.

 

Creating Engaging, Immersive Experiences: Audio Localization & Show Control Lead the Way
Technologies for Worship, July 2013

Engaging audiences while automating routine tasks is the promise of a new generation of TiMax audio matrix technology.

 

80 Years On: Getting it right for speech reinforcement
Live Sound International, June 2013

80 years after the first live stereo transmission, localization is finally being recognized as more important than spaciousness for speech intelligibility.

 

How an Exhibit Came to Life with Immersive Audio
Sound & Video Contractor, May 2013

A dinosaur exhibit featuring life-size recreations of a Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops was was immersed in a Jurassic world by sound designer Gary Hardesty, using TiMax and 36 loudspeakers.

 

To Mix or Not to Mix?
Lighting & Sound America, May 2013

When the only tool you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. But mixing isn't the only production tool available to sound designers for voice reinforcement, where intelligibility suffers when vital localization cues from the stage are lost.

 

Connecting the Shell Lug—or not
Technologies for Worship, March 2013

Induced noise in low level mic signals can be prevented by following some practical advice regarding mic cable wiring and choosing the right brand of connector for the job.

 

Loudness Control & Standardization for Broadcasting
Broadcaster, February 2013

New rules are in force for measuring and controlling loudness levels in television, specifically variations in loudness between television programs and commercials.

 

Focusing on the Speaker—not the Loudspeaker
Technologies for Worship, January 2013

TiMax technology enables a listener to localize a performer's voice to within 6 inches in any direction—exactly what's needed to keep attention focused on the speaker, not the loudspeakers.

 

TiMax2 and Interactive Outdoor Theatre
Theatre Design & Technology, Fall 2012

Immersive-interactive theatre is propelled by our unique sound design using TiMax technology, for The Wharf at York, part of the Redpath Waterfront Festival's 1812 bicentennial celebration.

 
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