Feature Articles We've Written

Audio Refit for Mississauga City Council Chambers
Professional Sound, April 2007

Put 165 loudspeakers and 30 microphones into a well 70 feet in diameter and four storeys high, top it off with a domed ceiling, and make it all work.

 

Electro Acoustic Support for Opera: The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
Theatre Design & Technology, Fall 2006

An excellent opera acoustic with a sound warm enough for the orchestra, but not so resonant that the singer is swamped.

 

Rethinking the Sound: Selecting the right PA system to achieve the right sound
Lighting & Sound America, September 2006

In the Jack Singer Concert Hall, state-of-the-art line arrays did not test as well as the traditional cluster approach.†

 

Revisiting the Performance Sound System at Walt Disney Concert Hall
Lighting & Sound America, March 2005

The evolution of the sound system reveals a subtle shift in the weighting of four key values, including audiophile quality sound.

 

Overture Center for the Performing Arts: Engineering Harmonics & Westbury National team up
Professional Sound, February 2005

The 2,250 seat hall opened to rave reviews, due in no small part to the expertise of† two Toronto firms.

 

Install of the Month: Redwood Park Church Thunder Bay, Ontario
Sound & Video Contractor, January 2005

Designed for "emerging worship"ómarketing the Church with† large doses of the performing arts: dance, drama, and music.†

 

The Audio Industry & IT: Is the march of technology changing audio beyond recognition?
Lighting & Sound America, January 2005

For the foreseeable future, developments in professional audio will remain linked to the evolution of information technology.

 

Cherry Beach Sound: A passionate commitment to music
Professional Sound, October 2004

A breathtaking million-dollar renovation of Toronto's landmark 30,000 square-foot studio facility.

 

Walt Disney Concert Hall: performance sound for architect Frank Gehry's frozen jazz
Professional Sound, February 2004

An aesthetic harmonizing of requirements, design, and technology into a fantastic $274 million architectural space.

 

Setting the Stage: The North York Performing Arts Centre
Professional Sound, Spring 1993

Three different acoustical spaces under one roof make the facility unique on the North American performance and recording scene.†

 
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