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Meyer Sound LEO Goes “Gangnam Style” with Psy in South Korea

psyPsy, a global viral superstar, recently played four sold-out shows at Seoul’s 14,000-capacity Olympic Park Gymnastics Arena. Dubbed “All Night Stand,” the hometown shows were powered by a Meyer Sound LEO® linear large-scale sound reinforcement system.

“The extended headroom and linear output characteristic of LEO is huge with Psy’s music,” says Park Dong Won, the singer’s veteran FOH engineer. “The highs were smooth and natural, even when we pushed the levels, and the dispersion meant uniform coverage for every seat. I’m not just confident in specifying LEO, but also proud to use it.”

The system comprised dual main arrays, each with 15 LEO-M line array loudspeakers flown over two LYON-W wide-coverage line array loudspeakers as down fill. Twenty-four 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements were arranged in a directional array, with seven MILO® line array loudspeakers per side for out fill and two-each LYON-W and MICA® line array loudspeakers for front fill. Onstage foldback was supplied by two side-fill stacks with two 700-HP subwoofers and four MILO loudspeakers each, along with 20 MJF-212A stage monitors. A Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with four Galileo Callisto 616 and two Galileo Callisto 616 AES array processors supplied drive and optimization.

“Psy was very happy with the LEO system when he first heard it during rehearsals,” reports Park. “He had been using other large-format systems, but discovered that LEO was the first that could deliver clear high frequencies at extreme levels without hurting your ears.”

The LEO system was supplied by Live MISO and designed by Y Hun Lee, systems tech from Sovico, Meyer Sound’s Korean distributor, in consultation with “dB Dave” Dennison, a veteran international system design and tuning specialist.

Park mixed the shows behind a DiGiCo SD7 digital console and was assisted by second engineer Ko Jong Jin. A DiGiCo SD8 was used as a sidecar for Pro Tools track playback. Wireless audio for Psy and his special guests was via a Shure UR4D system, with Psy singing through a custom silver handheld transmitter equipped with a Shure Beta 58A capsule.

Released in 2012, Psy’s “Gangnam Style” became a worldwide cultural phenomenon with over 2.2 billion views on YouTube. Psy’s popularity in Korea continues unabated as his concert ticket sales, recordings, and video all occupied the number one positions for 2014.

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L.O.C. FOH Mixer on Meyer Sound LEO and LYON: “Whatever Sound I Put In is Exactly What Comes Out”

L.O.CDanish hip-hop artist L.O.C. became the latest artist to tour with Meyer Sound LEO-M and LYON™ linear line array loudspeakers. Named the “Rødt Lys Tour” (“Red Light Tour”), the production was mixed by Mads Stærke, one of Scandinavia’s most in-demand FOH engineers.

“With LEO and LYON, I know the system will respond musically, so I just let the voices and the instruments do their thing and use much less EQ,” says Stærke, who has worked with L.O.C. for the past seven years. “This system allows me to mix musically, and not technically.”

The touring system comprised 20 LYON-M main line array loudspeakers, with four LYON-W wide-coverage line array loudspeakers as down fill and four UPA-1P loudspeakers as additional fill. In some of the larger venues, 16 LEO-M line array loudspeakers anchored the main system. Ten 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements were driven by the main mix, while 10 more received a separate feed for extreme low-end effects. Two additional 1100-LFC loudspeakers and four JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers were deployed on stage for side fill, while a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 AES and two Galileo Callisto 616 array processors provided system drive and alignment. Risskov–based Victory Tour Production provided the system, with Theis Romme serving as system tech.

According to Stærke, also an experienced mixer of jazz, EDM, rock, and pop, the advantages of mixing on LEO and LYON apply across musical genres. “The first time I mixed on a LYON system was actually a pop concert, and I was blown away by the accuracy and clarity,” he recalls. “Whatever sound I put in is exactly what comes out—the system gives me a very precise and clear feeling of the music. It feels like I can do anything with it. It’s so powerful and physical but at the same time very musical. The 1100-LFCs are also extremely precise in the way they move the air, and are much more powerful than any other low-frequency speaker on the market.”

Stærke mixed the show on a Midas PRO2 digital console, while monitors were mixed on a DiGiCo SD8 digital console. Performers used a Shure Axient digital wireless microphone system with KSM9HS head, in addition to Sennheiser SR 2050 transmitters and EK 2000 beltpack receivers.

L.O.C. has been Denmark’s most popular hip-hop artist for nearly two decades, both as a solo act and a member of the groups Alzheimer Klinikken and B.A.N.G.E.R.S. A two-time Danish Music Award winner, he has been both a coach and a judge on the Danish TV version of “The Voice.”

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It’s All in the Listening at ISE 2015—Meyer Sound Stages Immersive Sonic Event “Countdown”

countdownAt ISE in Amsterdam, visit the Meyer Sound stand to hear some of the latest Meyer Sound loudspeaker and digital solutions in action. Headlining the presentation is “Countdown,” an immersive multichannel sonic adventure that brings the company’s advanced show technology from the world’s most ambitious spectacles to the exhibit floor. Visitors are also invited to experience the exceptional control and sonic fidelity of the steerable CAL™ column array loudspeaker—now officially the industry’s first AVnu-certified AVB loudspeaker.

“Countdown” features the Meyer Sound SpaceMap® multi-channel dynamic panning software with the D-Mitri® digital audio platform. These systems have powered dynamic sonic experiences in theme parks, aquariums, and theatres, including the latest stage adaptation of the Anne Frank story in Theater Amsterdam and Bill Fontana’s Sonic Mappings in Rome. “Countdown” is scheduled to run on all three days of the show at 10, 12, 2, and 4. The sound design is created by Jason Rauhoff, senior digital product specialist at Meyer Sound. Rauhoff was a veteran associate sound designer for numerous Cirque du Soleil® productions and served as recording engineer on Kanye West’s The College Dropout.

Selected for world-class venues from the Musikverein in Vienna and Konzerthaus Berlin to Berner Rathaus in Bern, Switzerland, CAL provides exceptional coverage control and sonic precision, while its Ethernet AVB ports combine audio signal transmission with beam control and remote system monitoring. Now with the AVnu certification, CAL provides seamless interoperability with certified AVB devices from other manufacturers, while offering numerous advantages of the open IEEE AVB standards.

The LEO™ Family of linear line array systems is displayed at the show, including the LEO-M and LYON™ line array loudspeakers which have supported productions from the Judas Priest and Michael Bublé tours to the 25th anniversary celebration for the Fall of the Berlin Wall at Brandenburg Gate. For small to mid-size installation projects, Meyer Sound brings the MINA™ compact line array, the UPQ-1P, UPA-1P, and UPM-1P loudspeakers. In addition, the MJF-210, the company’s lightest stage monitor is featured as well as numerous models featuring the IntelligentDC™ technology, which marries the advantages of self-powered systems with remote DC power. The products at the show range from the HMS-5 and HMS-10 surround loudspeakers and the MM-4XP and UP-4XP loudspeakers to the MM-10XP subwoofer.

Integrated Systems Europe
Stand 1-M90
Amsterdam RAI
February 10-12, 2015

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Meyer Sound Constellation Transforms Oregon’s Newport PAC: “It’s Like Having a Brand New Space”

newportThe Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) in Oregon has recently installed a Meyer Sound Constellation® acoustic system in its 398-seat Alice Silverman Theatre. With the upgrade, the venue joins the likes of Moscow’s Svetlanov Hall, The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and more than 50 other prestigious venues that rely on the variable acoustics of Constellation to deliver an extraordinary live experience.

“The result of Constellation is subtly but fundamentally transformative for both audience and performer,” says David Ogden Stiers, resident conductor for the Newport Symphony Orchestra (NSO), who has more than 20 years of experience at the PAC. “We have gone from an okay performance space to an actual, audible concert hall. Frankly, I was skeptical about the system at first—but am now totally won over.”

The proposal of the Constellation solution initially came from acoustical consultant Russ Altermatt, who heard an impressive demonstration at University of California San Diego’s Conrad Prebys Music Center during an Acoustical Society of America conference.

“The flexibility of Constellation and the natural acoustical environment it created in the space were astonishing,” says Altermatt. “Constellation is able to simulate much larger rooms—I could not believe how natural the three and four second RT’s sounded. Newport would have to spend tens of millions to achieve that symphony sound with architectural acoustic solutions, but then the other performance groups would suffer.”

At the core of Newport’s Constellation system is a D-Mitri® digital audio platform that hosts all system I/O, signal processing, and control logic. The room’s acoustic is picked up by 18 miniature condenser microphones and processed by patented VRAS™ algorithms to deliver early reflections and reverberation to the room. This tailored acoustical enhancement is delivered using 40 Stella-4 installation loudspeakers, 26 MM-4XP self-powered loudspeakers, two CQ-1 loudspeakers, 10 HMS-10 surround loudspeakers, with low end from four MM-10XP subwoofers and two 500-HP subwoofers.

When needed, a Meyer Sound reinforcement system uses the CQ-1 and HMS-10 loudspeakers and 500-HP subwoofers in addition to one UPA-1P and two UPJunior VariO™ loudspeakers.  The integrated systems provide tremendous flexibility to support acoustic, reinforced, and cinema events. An Apple iPad provides an easy-to-use interface for the system operator to change settings.

“Performers now get an incredible amount of response from the hall, which not only allows them to hear themselves better, but also greatly enhances their perception of audience response,” says Mark McConnell, a former Newport mayor who chaired the project’s capital campaign. “The system is very subtle and extremely effective because the audience is never really aware that Constellation is there and working on their behalf. It’s like having a brand new space—there’s no comparison to what we had before.”

Adam Flatt, NSO musical director, says: “From the podium, the sound has more life and color from the point of production. From there, the bloom carries to the audience—something that was lacking before. We now have a much improved ‘instrument’ in which to make music.”

The Newport PAC is home to a collection of companies known as the PACRATS (Performing Arts Center Resident Artists Team), which includes producers of music, theatre, and dance events. In addition to the PAC’s concert schedule, Constellation supports Broadway-style productions including Young Frankenstein by Mel Brooks.

The audio systems were designed and installed by Eugene, Ore.-based George Relles Sound.

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Guests Confirmed: Metallica’s Dual Monitoring Team to Speak in Meyer Sound Online Mixing Workshop

metallica webinarBob Cowan and Adam Correia, monitor mixers for Metallica, will be the next guest speakers on the Meyer Sound Mixing Workshop webinar series, hosted by veteran mixer Buford Jones.

Scheduled for Thursday February 5, 2015, the webinar will focus on the dual monitoring team’s approach to mixing a combination of in-ears and on-stage wedges for the heavy metal legends. Cowan and Correia will also share their key to success for earning and maintaining the artists’ trust and achieving consistency.

The Mixing Workshop is free of charge and is conducted at three different times on February 5:

7AM PDT/3PM UTC
9AM PDT/4PM UTC
11AM PDT/7PM UTC

Sign up here.

As part of Meyer Sound’s worldwide education program, Buford Jones brings lessons learned from a mixing career of almost four decades to his online Mixing Workshop and hands-on sessions around the world. Jones’s illustrious mixing credits include Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Prince, and David Bowie.

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Yavapai College Installs MINA: “With Meyer Sound, Everything Gets a Bit Easier”

y_yavapai_pac010 copyTo meet the growing demand for high-profile artists and productions in Prescott, Ariz., the 1,100-seat Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC) has installed a versatile Meyer Sound MINA™ line array loudspeaker system as part of a major renovation.

Since YCPAC’s re-opening, MINA has supported productions from Peter Frampton, Magic of Motown, and the Senegal St. Joseph Gospel Choir to the Manhattan Short Film Festival. “With the new MINA arrays, the YCPAC has an amazing system for live performances, with even coverage throughout the entire venue,” says Tom Aldridge, YCPAC presentation technology manager. “It sounds great, and meeting the requirements on a tech rider is greatly simplified. When people find out we’re running a Meyer rig, everything gets a bit easier.”

The system was designed and installed by Chandler, Ariz.-based TPI. “The MINA arrays deliver great musicality and intelligibility with uniform coverage across the entire hall, and their low profile has virtually eliminated any line-of-sight issues,” says Glenn Peacock, vice president of TPI.

The main system comprises left and right hangs of 10 MINA loudspeakers each as well as three 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements in a cardioid array atop the catwalk. Two Meyer Sound models with IntelligentDC™ technology are installed, including 16 UP-4XP loudspeakers for front fill, balcony fill, and under-balcony delay and four UP-JuniorXP VariO™ loudspeakers for box and under-box seats. A Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with two Galileo Callisto 616 array processors provides system drive and alignment, while a Compass® RMS™ remote monitoring system with one RMServer communicates loudspeaker performance data.

Peacock adds that IntelligentDC technology solves distribution issues and provides tremendous savings in both efficiency and space. “There are a lot of high-density areas in the venue, and we wanted to add some fills to cover some of those shadowed seats,” Peacock says. “The convenience of IntelligentDC allowed us to install those smaller boxes in the most optimal locations without having to accommodate power cabling and other equipment.”

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Meyer Sound CAL Becomes First AVnu-Certified AVB Loudspeaker

b_cal_back_panel_avb_700Meyer Sound has announced that its CAL™ column array loudspeakers are the first loudspeaker products to receive the AVnu certification by AVnu Alliance, the industry consortium that certifies Audio Video Bridging (AVB) devices for interoperability. This certification is the global seal given to devices that have implemented the IEEE AVB standards and passed AVnu Alliance’s rigorous testing for interoperability and compliance. CAL can be heard live at the Meyer Sound stand at the 2015 ISE trade show in Amsterdam.

CAL is widely recognized for setting a new standard for coverage control and sonic precision in steerable column arrays. Now with the AVnu certification, CAL provides seamless interoperability with AVnu-certified AVB devices from other vendors to simplify network implementation for the user, while offering numerous advantages of the open IEEE AVB standards.

For specifiers and integrators, CAL with AVnu-certified AVB streamlines the network infrastructure by combining audio signal transmission with system control and monitoring using industry-standard structured cabling such as CAT5e and CAT6. This introduces unprecedented time and cost savings compared to traditional analog and digital signal distribution, while significantly simplifying network implementation and future reconfiguration. In addition, AVB eliminates shortcomings in legacy proprietary networking solutions and provides precise timing synchronization with guaranteed bandwidth.

“Meyer Sound embraces technology that yields superior audio performance and operating simplicity for our customers,” says Luke Jenks, director of product management at the company. “By aggressively addressing the issue of interoperability through AVnu certification, we have taken an important step to help customers create end-to-end AV networks that are easier to plan and less costly to install.”

The AVnu certification program is conducted by the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), a third-party testing house that has also worked with the Wi-Fi Alliance and other industry consortia. Other products that have received AVnu certification include the AVB hardware and software reference platform from XMOS, switches from Extreme Networks, and more.

Heard in world-class venues such as California Memorial Stadium, the NFL Carolina Panthers’ Bank of America Stadium, Musikverein in Austria, and Konzerthaus Berlin, CAL is designed to introduce high vocal clarity in even the most reverberant environments and provide exceptional headroom for music and speech reinforcement. It is offered in three models, each with different power capabilities. All drivers are tight-packed and are individually amplified and processed. CAL’s vertical beam can be angled up or down in one-degree increments up to 30 degrees, while the CAL 64 and CAL 96 models also include beam-splitting capabilities.

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“Top Gear Live” Blazes into Norway with Powerful Meyer Sound LEO and LYON

top gear liveWhen “Top Gear Live”arrived at Oslo’s 15,000-capacity Telenor Arena for three days of adrenaline-fuelled motoring spectacle, LEO-M and LYON™ linear line array loudspeakers from Meyer Sound provided high-impact audio support. “Top Gear Live”is a theatrical adaptation of the popular BBC show, engaging audiences with its trademark blend of quirky humor and rip-roaring car races, stunts, and explosions.

“The system performed perfectly, and the coverage from the LEO and LYON arrays was exceptional in every seat,” says Theis Romme, system designer and audio project manager for Victory Tour Production, principal audio supplier for the shows. “The sound quality of the music tracks and effects supported the visual spectacle, while the vocal clarity brought out the unique personalities of the hosts.”

An elongated, U-shaped audience area was covered by six arrays of eight LYON loudspeakers each. Four arrays of eight LEO-M loudspeakers each were aimed at the end seating areas, with 18 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements flown in the center of the arena. The fill systems comprised 24 MINA™ line array loudspeakers for front fill and 14 UPJ-1P VariO™ loudspeakers. System drive and optimization came from a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with one Galileo Callisto 616 AES and four Galileo Callisto 616 array processors plus two Galileo 408 processors. A separate cue system for the lighting technician included two MM-4XP loudspeakers and one MM-10 subwoofer.

FOH was mixed on a DiGiCo SD8 digital console, while the hosts used ten channels of Shure Axient wireless microphones with BETA58 handheld transmitters and bodypacks coupled to DPA 4088 headworn microphones. In-ear monitoring was carried over six channels from a Sennheiser SR 2050 wireless transmitter to 30 receivers.

“Top Gear Live” has been on the road since 2008. Hosts for both the live spectacles and the television series—seen by an estimated 350 million viewers in 170 countries—are Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May.

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Norway’s Fosnavåg Cultural Centre is a Shiny New Showcase for Meyer Sound Technology Solutions

fosnavagThe Fosnavåg Cultural Centre is now the latest and largest showcase of Meyer Sound solutions in Norway. With technology covering concert sound reinforcement, cinema, and active acoustics from a Constellation® acoustic system, the complex is the premium arts and entertainment destination on the Norwegian coast.

In designing the 490-seat Fosnavåg Konserthus, the focal point of the FosnavågCultural Centre, the technology committee had a clear vision to create a high-performance multipurpose space. “We wanted a perfect room for acoustic music and a perfect room for amplified music, but with conventional physical acoustics we couldn’t have both,” says Bjørn Holum, event manager for the Municipality of Herøy and the lead of the technology committee.

Following his first experience with Constellation in Estonia’s Nordea Concert Hall [formerly Nokia Concert Hall], Holum was quickly sold on the system. “When we first entered the hall, I was thinking, ‘This place already has a quite nice acoustic, why does it need digital enhancement?’ Then they turned off Constellation and I was stunned. With Constellation back on, we heard a chamber ensemble and I then had the opportunity to perform on stage. I was fully convinced.”

Fosnavåg’s Constellation system comprises a D-Mitri® digital audio platform hosting the patented VRAS™ acoustical algorithms, while ambient acoustics are sensed by 34 miniature condenser microphones. Early reflections and reverberation are delivered by 19 Stella-4C installation loudspeakers, 40 UP-4XP, 20 UPJunior-XP VariO™, and 32 HMS-10 surround loudspeakers, and 10 MM10-XP and four UMS-1XP subwoofers. The loudspeakers are split into two zones to create optimum auditorium acoustics and a virtual orchestral shell around the stage.

Working in conjunction with Constellation is a sound reinforcement system with left and right arrays of 11 MINA™ loudspeakers each and four 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements. Four UPJunior™ VariO loudspeakers provide fill, and a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 processor supplies system drive and optimization.

“We’re using Constellation with great success in our events, from unamplified, symphonic concerts, to amplified concerts in combination with the PA system,” says Holum. “Our opening program featured Leif Ove Andsnes playing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, and Constellation supported both the piano and orchestra so well that even the last row could clearly hear all the details.”

The concert hall also offers a Meyer Sound cinema system anchored by three Acheron® 100 and three Acheron LF screen channel loudspeakers. Using presets in D-Mitri and Galileo, Constellation’s HMS-10 loudspeakers and the reinforcement system’s 1100-LFC loudspeakers are instantly reconfigured to operate in cinema mode. All HMS-10 loudspeakers along the walls serve double duty for the Constellation and cinema systems, a design facilitated by Tom Sæthre of Bright Norway AS. The sound systems were provided and installed by Lillehammer Installation Branch of Bright Norway, with overall supervision by Børre Linberg. The physical acoustics were designed by Oslo-based Brekke & Strand Akustikk AS.

The hall also features all LED lighting, a Midas PRO3 digital audio mixing console and a grandMA2 ultra-light lighting console, while the cinema uses a Christie True 4K digital cinema projector.

In the same complex, a dedicated 90-seat movie theatre equipped with Dolby Atmos is powered by three Meyer Sound Acheron 80 screen channel loudspeakers and four X-800C high-power and two X-400C cinema subwoofers. Immersive audio comes from four HMS-10 and 30 HMS-5 surround loudspeakers. A Galileo loudspeaker management system with a Galileo 616 and a Galileo 408 processor is also installed.

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Meyer Sound CAL at Carolina Panthers’ Stadium: A Clear Solution for Distributed Audio

BOA stadiumHome of the Carolina Panthers NFL football team, Bank of America Stadium has installed 30 steerable CAL™ column array loudspeakers from Meyer Sound to provide exceptional intelligibility for 37,000 fans in its upper deck area. The slender profile of CAL harmoniously blends in with flagpoles, solving an aesthetic challenge in distributed sound systems for sports venues.

“The Panthers’ stadium doesn’t have a continuous lighting catwalk like other NFL stadiums, so there was no place to put the sizeable conventional speakers we would need to cover the upper level without having large clusters up on poles,” says Mark Graham, the system designer and an associate of consultants Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams (WJHW). “Aesthetically, the clusters would have been a hard sell to the architects and stadium management.”

The proposal of the CAL loudspeakers was a turning point in the system design process, according to Cliff Miller, Carolina Panthers audio director who has been with the organization since 1995. “The CAL loudspeakers were probably the deciding factor in going with a distributed system in that stadium because of their slim profile,” Miller says. “With the CALs, you notice the flags more than the speakers. They look like an integral element of the architecture.”

Thirty CAL 96 loudspeakers are spaced evenly between the lighting towers and configured for a 30-degree downward beam tilt and a five-degree vertical beam spread. The result is uniform, wide-bandwidth coverage to the farthest seats located over 100 feet away.

“The CAL loudspeakers handle everything exceptionally well—not just the announcers, but also music playback, referee mics, and live bands, which the CALs handle easily,” says Miller. “We’re not running them at anywhere near their full potential.”

The Meyer Sound system was provided andinstalled by Minneapolis-based Parsons Technologies, a division of Parsons Electric. The architecture firm for the upgrade was Wagner Murray Architects.

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