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Related Studies

According to James R. Mooney, which studies about the Sound Diffusion


Systems for the Live Performance of Electroacoustic Music, that there are two
concepts that are intended to useful in the field of the sound diffusion which are the
coherent audio source set (CASS) and coherent loudspeaker set (CLS). Where in
diffusion, the sound pressure is uniformly distributed throughout the space. There are
also some case studies regarding the audience intake of the sound system created in a
theater or hall, delivering a good quality of service. Where in Hakataza theatre in
Fukuoka Prefecture, one of the famous musical theaters in Japan over 16 years of
renovated to meet the acoustical demands for events, several equipment was also
being tested. Mr. Noguchi from Music Reserve Inc., a sound engineer stated, Our top
priority is delivering perfect sound to the entire audience. In Hakataza Theatre we have
to cater for many kinds of programme and in the past, we have experienced
shortcomings in the sound with some productions and presentations. The MLA family
has overcome that and given me an innovative way to deliver consistent sound
throughout the auditorium. where MLA is multi-cellular loudspeaker array. Multi-cellular
Loudspeaker Arrays deliver unsurpassed sound coverage, consistency and control
across the audience, while our passive line array speakers combine innovative hornloading techniques with line array technology to produce extremely powerful systems.
The Martin Audio provides services such like this theater where they keep on
reinventing the way loudspeaker arrays are configured and controlled. With it has come
an unsurpassed control of sound with pristine fidelity and huge output capability
bringing the front of house engineer and the audience together in a more powerful,

involving experience. Also, the problem of Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, UK where they
need high quality of performance so thus the sound system is very important since there
are three audience tiers (including fixed-seating balcony and upper balcony levels), and
optional ground floor seating wagons to enable the 1200-seat auditorium to convert into
a larger 1800-capacity standing space. The Martin Audios solution is for the primary
system, he chose 14 purpose designed WT3 Arrayable 3-way compact theatre
enclosures. These are designed in three vertical pairs on either side of the proscenium
arch, focused onto each balcony, with a single enclosure at the base. The proscenium
system is complemented by a center cluster of seven W3P arrayable compact
enclosures to provide true L/C/R imaging, while two WS18X subs, either side of the
stage, add LF extension. Providing stage fills are Martin Audio WT15s, while high up
the building four WT2s and a pair of S18(F) subs are mounted on the second lighting
bridge to form the delay system for the second balcony. Finally, under-balcony support
is provided by Martin Audios C6.8T ceiling speakers six on each level. There are lot
of different sound system requirement solution based on architectural design and space
for theater as to the studies from Martin Audio.
From Hamilton Place Theater, with a record of internationally acclaimed theater
with reputation for outstanding acoustics, they also upgraded their audio system
according to the needs of the tourists or participants which they partnered with Kling
and Freitag (sound systems). The power and control required for their system is based
on the amplifiers integrated, as they mentioned The Input stage can be analog, AES or
Dante. This was highly important as we were using as much of the existing cabling
infrastructure as possible and as I said, there is no analog tie lines between the amp

racks in the basement and the amps racks in the attic. The system relies on the Dante
audio networking to pass audio between the D200's and D80's throughout the system.,
and through the guidance of the engineer numerous presets for various applications
were created.
The Meyer Sound case study of Phoenix First Assembly of God, Arizona church
which is highly praised about resolving their issue in upgrading their sound system.
They decided to have an shoot out event inviting manufacturers and other designers for
their best system for the congregation which was very important to them. So thus, their
study used MAPP online design, a sophisticated system prediction tool which we use
when designing sound systems, for both fixed and temporary use they were impressed
of the prediction given where the results were phenomenal and the zones were
integrated together using the Meyer Sound SIM audio analyzer. It was used to integrate
the systems coverage so that ancillary loudspeakers contribute only the portion of the
sound spectrum that is absent in their respective zones from the main array or other
sources. Also, it was stated that Using Meyer Sounds source independent
measurement technique, the SIM audio analyzer is optimized for making audiofrequency measurements of an acoustical system and presenting analysis data that
allows the system operator to apply precise electronic corrections to adjust its response.
By allowing precise, narrow-band equalization and alignment of delay speakers, the
system can remove much of the negative contribution of a rooms acoustical properties
without sacrificing response.