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Hear them Live at InfoComm 2014: Meyer Sound Demos Installation Loudspeakers with IntelligentDC

At InfoComm 2014, visit the Meyer Sound demo room N110 and show booth C9725 to learn how its expanding self-powered loudspeaker offerings can provide a sonic and logistical edge to your next project. These products range from remotely powered installation loudspeakers featuring IntelligentDC technology, to the new flagship linear sound reinforcement systems LEO™ and LYON™ and the AVB-capable CAL™ column array loudspeaker

IntelligentDC systems are a range of self-powered loudspeakers driven by the remote IntelligentDC power supply, with one cable carrying power and balanced audio to reduce installation time and cost. Packing all the benefits of self-powering, including consistency and reliability, these systems are ideal for many commercial distributed installations and other systems that demand exceptional audio quality, as well as for where local AC outlets are not available or possible.

The InfoComm demos show configurations most commonly found in today’s integration projects, and feature a number of products with IntelligentDC technology: the MM-4XP self-powered loudspeaker, the UPJunior-XP and UPJ-1XP VariO™ loudspeakers, the UP-4XP loudspeaker, and the UMS-1XP and MM-10 subwoofers. Another remotely powered installation loudspeaker, the Stella-8C, is also demonstrated.

Also showcased in the live demos is the MJF-210, the lightest stage monitor in the Meyer Sound product line, and the steerable CAL column array loudspeaker.

At the Meyer Sound booth, see the LEO Family, comprising the newest LYON linear sound reinforcement system and its larger sibling, the LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system. Complemented by the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element and the Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system, LEO Family products can anchor a powerful system for installations in everything from large auditoriums to arenas and stadiums, as well as tours and festivals.

In addition, live technical demonstrations on the Meyer Sound stand and the AVnu Alliance Pavilion showcase the power of Audio Video Bridging (AVB) interoperability, featuring the CAL loudspeaker routing audio signals on an AVB network.

As part of the InfoComm University education program, Buford Jones, live audio and education specialist for Meyer Sound, leads two sessions on Wednesday, June 18. “Principles of Live Mixing” takes place at 10:30 am and “Mix It Up—Live Audio Workshop” at 12:30 pm. Also on Wednesday, June 18, Jeff Koftinoff, embedded software developer for Meyer Sound, presents “Effective Deployment and Management of Large Scale AVB Networks” at 8:00 am. Advance registration is required through InfoComm.

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Artist Bill Fontana Enlists Meyer Sound System for Chilling WWI Soundscape in UK

In his newest sonic sculpture, Vertical Echoes, renowned sound artist Bill Fontana brings the horror of the WWI battlefield to IWM North, part of the Imperial War Museums, in Manchester, England. As in several of his sound installations, Fontana has selected a remotely powered IntelligentDC system from Meyer Sound to accurately reproduce his soundscape and immerse museum visitors. IntelligentDC systems will be featured in live demos at InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas from June 17-20. Click here for details.

Vertical Echoes is housed inside a 55-meter-high tower known as the AirShard, located at IWM North. To evoke battlefield dynamics, Vertical Echoes juxtaposes the crescendos of battle against a backdrop of softer nature sounds. Featuring recordings of a Sopwith Camel warplane and vintage field gun, the soundscape is reproduced by eight self-powered UPJunior-XP VariO™ loudspeakers with IntelligentDC technology. The loudspeakers are evenly spaced along the vertical axis of the structure.

“There’s extreme dynamic range in the work, from artillery fire and the buzzing biplane, to wind in the trees and twittering birds,” says Fontana. “The UPJunior-XPs were ideal for this piece because they offered both clarity and dynamic range.”

Providing the same sonic performance as the company’s self-powered AC systems, Meyer Sound loudspeakers with IntelligentDC technology are driven by a rack-mount IntelligentDC power supply, with one cable carrying both power and balanced audio to reduce installation times and costs.

“It’s just so much easier to work with in situations like this,” notes Fontana. “You don’t have to run AC or long speaker cables, but you still get true bi-amplified systems. The UPJunior-XPs were perfectly suited to this application.”

The Meyer Sound loudspeakers were provided and installed by Pro Audio Systems of Bradford, West Yorkshire, with project management headed by Lee Unsworth. A Meyer Sound dealer in the north of England, Pro Audio Systems is also a long-time supplier for IWM North.

“I was really impressed by the quality of the loudspeakers, and their capacity to play such clear and loud sound,” observes Zoe Dunbar, head of exhibitions at IWM North. “The vertical positioning of the speakers creates a breathing wave of sound that you experientially feel. Our aspiration was to mark the centennial by engaging visitors in a challenging way and giving contemporary relevance to the First World War. I believe we have achieved those goals with Vertical Echoes, and our visitors have reacted positively.”

Vertical Echoes is the first in a series of artistic responses to World War I commissioned by IWM North in honor of the war’s centennial. The installation runs through September 21.

Recognized as one of the world’s foremost sound artists, Bill Fontana has created innovative and intriguing sound sculptures around the world since 1976. In 1999, Fontana’s requirement for very small, high-quality loudspeakers for his installation along the Lyon, France tramway provided the impetus for Meyer Sound to develop the MM-4, the first in the company’s popular line of miniature loudspeakers.

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Bartha Invests in Meyer Sound LYON, Citing its Linear Response, Imaging, and New Rigging System

Bartha of Columbus, Ohio has become one of the newest rental companies to purchase a Meyer Sound LYON™ linear sound reinforcement system. Bartha sees LYON as a powerful tool that will allow the company to deliver the utmost audio quality for corporate events in convention centres and arenas as well as indoor and outdoor music concerts. LYON will be featured at InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas from June 18-20.

“We invested in LYON because we always strive to have the latest and best from Meyer Sound,” states Chris Andrus, audio department manager at Bartha. “Our decision was sealed when we heard LYON demonstrated in San Francisco. We were impressed by its linear response and exceptional stereo imaging, as well as the new flyware, which is the fastest and safest we’ve seen yet.”

Introduced in January, LYON incorporates the advanced technology of the LEO™ Family in a lighter and more compact package, extending the advantages of highly linear self-powered systems to a wider range of venues and applications.

The arrival of 24 LYON-M main line array and eight LYON-W wide-coverage line array loudspeakers adds to Bartha’s existing inventory of 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements and Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management systems. Bartha now offers 19 Meyer Sound models, totaling 252 loudspeakers.

“We see our Meyer Sound stock as a complete toolbox, with the right tools for any job,” says Andrus. “Our strong relationship with Meyer Sound has helped us grow our business over the years. And now, with the addition of LYON, we have a powerful new tool for the most demanding jobs.”

The first deployment of Bartha’s new LYON system was a corporate event at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. “The room sounded the best we have ever heard it,” reports Andrus. “The consistency and quality were amazing—from the back row of the nosebleed seats to the very front, the tone was crisp and articulate. The clarity of the system was truly outstanding. The rig never sounded like it was ‘working’—you asked it to reproduce something, and it did just that, regardless of level.”

A diversified and full-service event production and staging company, Bartha manages all creative and logistical aspects of event production, from concept through design, staging, logistics, and operations. Bartha clients include a wide range of businesses, educational and governmental institutions, and religious organizations. Bartha regularly produces events nationwide and occasionally overseas.

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Meyer Sound Names Luke Jenks Director of Product Management

Meyer Sound has promoted Luke Jenks to the newly created position of Director of Product Management. Most recently serving as the company’s loudspeaker product manager, Jenks now represents the full range of company solutions, from loudspeakers to show control, system optimization, and passive and active acoustic systems.

As director of product management, Jenks is responsible for defining market needs, articulating customer requirements, and representing customer feedback throughout the lifecycle of a product. He also assumes direction of a newly formed product management team that encompasses market requirement definition, new product introductions, and technical documentation. The team includes Richard Bugg, audio show control product manager, Todd Meier, digital products manager, Greg Thomas, technical writer, and Rong Wang, new product introduction technical project manager.

“Luke is intimately familiar with our products at all levels, but more importantly, he has served as the important bridge between customers and engineering to help translate the needs and challenges on the ground into practical and complete solutions,” says Helen Meyer, Meyer Sound executive vice president. “There is no better suited candidate than Luke to help drive our product strategy and ensure customer success throughout the product lifecycle.”

Jenks began his career at Meyer Sound in loudspeaker assembly in 1989 before working as an engineering technician and technical support associate. He was later appointed to director of European technical support, and was based in France for nine years. As loudspeaker product manager since 2010, Jenks was principally responsible for launching the company’s new generation of line array systems: the LEO™ linear large-scale linear reinforcement system, the LYON™ linear sound reinforcement system, and the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element.

“Meyer Sound has never been afraid to disrupt the status quo, and we are fortunate to be able to do this with the input of our many talented users who push the envelope of sound in all types of environments,” says Jenks. “As we work on advancing next-generation linear systems and low-frequency technology, now is a more exciting time than ever to work here. I look forward to helping deliver more cutting-edge solutions for our customers’ projects.”

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Meyer Sound M1D Proves Ideal for Deep Thrust Stage at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

At the Chicago Shakespeare Theater (CST), a Meyer Sound M1D line array loudspeaker system is optimized to provide audio support for everything from Shakespearean dramas to contemporary, high-energy musicals like Follies, Sunday in the Park with George, and Gypsy. Designed to meet specific architectural challenges, the system was supplied by long-time Meyer Sound dealer TC Furlong, Inc. of Lake Forest, Ill., with logistical coordination by Jeff Cech.

The 18 M1D loudspeakers in CST’s 500-seat Jentes Family Courtyard Theater replace an aging, point-source center cluster. “The Courtyard was designed like the Swan Theatre in London, with very high surrounding balconies and a deep thrust stage,” explains James Savage, head of sound at CST. “The system also has to cover the room’s 270-degree spread.”

The new center cluster of eight M1D loudspeakers covers the main center section of the house in three zones, while side arrays of five M1D loudspeakers each are arranged in three zones to manage the extreme vertical coverage. “The M1Ds definitely fill the role much better from a quality standpoint,” adds Savage. “And their precise vertical control gives us the ability to greatly increase gain before feedback.”

In addition, two UPJ-1P VariO™ loudspeakers are placed at the proscenium to pull the image down, while four more UPJ-1P loudspeakers are located at the lower level balcony rail to supply fuller music for the side seats and foldback for the thrust stage. Two USW-1P subwoofers are mounted on catwalks at the proscenium to couple with the wall for low-end boost, and an additional inventory of 14 UP-4XP loudspeakers with IntelligentDC technology and eight MM-4 loudspeakers can be deployed as needed. System drive, zoning, and optimization are provided by a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with two Galileo 616 processors.

“The diverse form factors of Meyer Sound loudspeakers lend themselves well to the specific geometry of our thrust theatre,” says Chris Plevin, CST director of production. “The small-form MM-4 front-fill cabinets and relatively compact M1D arrays allow us to realize the best possible acoustic reinforcement without impacting the scenic and lighting designs.”

Founded in 1986 by Barbara Gaines, artistic director, CST moved to its new two-stage venue at Navy Pier in 1999. CST is the third-largest regional theatre in the Midwest, and was recipient of the Regional Theatre Tony Award in 2008.

TC Furlong, Inc. is a professional audio company specializing in gear rentals, live events, equipment sales, and services since 1973.

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Meyer Sound Constellation at Danish Jyske Bank: Defining Meeting Spaces of the Future

With its new Meyer Sound Constellation® acoustic system, the headquarters of Denmark’s Jyske Bank has broken stereotypes in corporate meeting room design. This architectural and sonic showcase has seamlessly integrated Constellation into its everyday use, from board meetings, presentations, and open discussions to videoconferencing, all without the burden of hand-held or tabletop microphones. The system has also opened up abundant possibilities for future entertainment functions for bank staff.

Steen Mertz, director of communications technology at Jyske Bank, partnered with Anders Jørgensen, project manager for Copenhagen-based integrator Stouenborg, with the aim to create a welcoming space that encourages free-flowing conversations.

“Our goal was to optimize the space and improve communications within the bank, as well as with international business partners during videoconferences,” says Mertz. “With the adaptability and surprisingly natural acoustical qualities of Constellation, we have achieved this goal to a remarkable degree.”

The Constellation system has four presets customized for the bank’s range of business uses. These settings take advantage of Constellation’s voice lift feature, which generates precisely articulated and directed early reflections to greatly enhance intelligibility.

In Presentation mode, the system picks up the signals near the presenter and reproduces them in the audience area, while in Debate mode, the gain is raised throughout the room so all may participate in a discussion and be heard easily, with no need for microphones or raised voices. In Conference Table mode, the system focuses on the sounds from the center of the room, and Small Groups mode uses subtle reverberation effects to provide acoustical isolation between adjacent groups.

For external videoconferencing, Constellation seamlessly picks up all voices, with no need for individual microphones. “We’ve already had compliments from other companies we work with,” reports Mertz. “They say it’s very easy to hear what everyone in the room is saying, and this is mainly due to Constellation.”

Constellation also avoids the communication hazards that individual tabletop microphones present in conference applications. “With tabletop mics, if you look up and down or side to side, the level changes,” says Jørgensen. “But with Constellation you can turn in any direction, even stand up and move around, and everyone in the room still hears you clearly.”

In addition, the system includes special presets with long reverberation times of up to four seconds for musical applications. These long settings are appreciated by the bank’s in-house choir, which now uses the space for weekly rehearsals.

“The system sounds completely natural, as if you were changing wall materials, or moving walls closer or further away on demand,” adds Jørgensen.

Measuring 23 by 9.5 meters, the Jyske Bank meeting room holds up to 75 people, and can be quickly configured for theatre-style presentations, board meetings around a table, or simultaneous small group sessions.

The Constellation system comprises 36 MM-4XPD and 22 MM-4XP self-powered loudspeakers, two UP-4XP 48 V loudspeakers, four Stella-8C installation loudspeakers, eight MM-10XP 48 V subwoofers, and 25 discreetly mounted miniature condenser microphones. A D-Mitri® digital audio platform running on Constellation’s patented VRAS™ acoustical algorithm is at the core of the system.

Ranked by Bloomberg as Denmark’s second largest bank, Jyske Bank has offices or subsidiaries in six other countries. Inside Denmark, Jyske Bank is noted for its emphasis on a customer-friendly experience, including local branches that often look more like neighborhood cafés than financial institutions.

Venue profile on JyskeBank.tv

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With Nearly 300 Meyer Sound Loudspeakers, Self-Powered Advantage a Hit at Beijing Auto Show

At the 2014 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, 20 car manufacturers relied on nearly 300 self-powered Meyer Sound loudspeakers to provide visually unobtrusive and high-quality reinforcement. These brands included Chrysler, Toyota, Volkswagen, Subaru, and Honda; luxury makers Bentley, Ferrari, and Maserati; and six domestic Chinese manufacturers.

“Our business is focused on commercial exhibition, and it’s a great advantage for us to offer self-powered Meyer Sound systems,” says Dakun Bai, audio technology department director for Beijing Huelead AV Equipment, which provided more than 124 Meyer Sound loudspeakers for voice and music applications. “The line level audio cables don’t suffer the attenuation losses of speaker cables, and they are easier to tie on a truss. Self-powering also eliminates the noise and heat dissipation of amplifier racks, and because each driver has its own amplifier, sound quality and system reliability are much improved.”

The Volkswagen exhibit space included 30 UPA-1P, 30 UPM-1P, and 13 UPQ-1P loudspeakers; 10 UPJ-1P VariO™ loudspeakers; 16 MINA™ and 15 MICA® line array loudspeakers; and five-each 700-HP and 500-HP subwoofers. The system was optimized and driven by a Galileo® loudspeaker management system comprising eight Galileo 616 processors.

“Galileo is a great-sounding and highly reliable signal processor,” says Dakun Bai. “Using the Compass® control software wirelessly makes it very convenient to adjust the system from anywhere in the exhibit space. Also, the MAPP Online Pro® acoustical prediction program makes it easy to communicate with our clients’ technical teams anywhere in the world.”

In addition to Beijing & Shanghai Huelead AV Equipment, three other companies also supplied Meyer Sound products such as M’elodie® line array loudspeakers and USW-1P subwoofers. They include Superb Oriental Exhibition Service, AV Promotions Ltd., and Beijing & Shanghai Bright AV Solutions Ltd.

Informally known as “Auto China 2014,” the exhibition took place at the massive China International Exhibition Center across more than 230,000 square meters. It attracted more than 2,100 exhibitors from 22 countries, with estimated attendance at well over one million.

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Meyer Sound MINA Goes Gold at Pennsylvania’s F.M. Kirby Center

The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. has installed a new system based around Meyer Sound MINA™ line array loudspeakers. As part of the restoration for the art deco auditorium, custom-painted gold arrays blend seamlessly into the gilt wood proscenium arch. Dave Grogan of Wilkes-Barre-based Effects Unlimited handled system design consultation and installation.

“The MINA system has a powerful sound, and fills the hall beautifully,” says Michael Dale, technical director for the F.M. Kirby Center. “The system will be accepted on 95 percent of the riders. It’s got the most bang for the buck, and I couldn’t ask for anything better.”

In addition to dual hangs of 13-each MINA loudspeakers, the Meyer Sound system also includes six 600-HP subwoofers, four UPM-1P loudspeakers as front fills, and a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 processor for system drive and alignment.

“The MINA arrays were the preferred solution, as the venue didn’t want a massive array of black loudspeakers hanging in front of that gorgeous proscenium,” says Grogan. “As small as the MINAs are, they still throw beautifully to the back of the balcony. And the centre’s management was flabbergasted at how well the custom painting matched.”

Matching the loudspeakers’ color to the venue was a smooth and simple process, according to Michael Dale. “I took a color swatch up to that level of the proscenium, made a selection, sent it off to Meyer, and they sent back a piece of cabinet and metal grille for verification,” he reports. “The match really is astonishingly good.”

Dale adds that the system has already impressed a number of touring FOH engineers. “The sound is just phenomenal,” he says. “Alice Cooper was our first real test, and his FOH mixer loved what he heard. I heard much the same reaction when the Experience Hendrix tour came through with some of the world’s top guitarists.”

For the 1,800-seat venue’s movie showings, Effects Unlimited also provided three new 7,000-lumen Panasonic video projectors with image merging by Airflex 5D processing. FOH is mixed on a MIDAS Venice 320 console.

The lavish art deco structure housing the F.M. Kirby Center was completed in 1938, closed in 1977 due to economic factors, and reopened in 1986.

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A Full EDM Immersion: Meyer Sound LYON and 1100-LFC Power Germany’s MAYDAY Festival

MAYDAY, a 20-year-old electronic dance music (EDM) tradition in Germany received a sonic power boost this year with a brand-new Meyer Sound LYON™ linear sound reinforcement system. The 2014 “Full Senses” edition drew 21,000 to the Westfalenhallen in Dortmund, with headline DJs Fedde Le Grand, Moguai, and Sander van Doorn playing in the main arena through an immersive surround sound configuration.

“The sound was clean, clear, crisp, and had loads of headroom,” reports Bernd Görgen, co-managing director for Wiesbaden-based schokopro, which has supplied technical production, including sound, light, video, and kinetics for the third year. “We received very good feedback from the promoter during soundcheck, and the performance throughout the night proved us right in our decision to use LYON.”

The main system comprised arrays of eight-each LYON linear line array loudspeakers in each corner of the arena, bolstered by side arrays of six-each MICA® line array loudspeakers. Low-end reinforcement was supplied by an array of 24 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements, and auxiliary and fill systems comprised two hangs of ten-each M’elodie® line array loudspeakers for front entry, five MICA loudspeakers for near fill, and 12 UPA-1P loudspeakers for side tiers. Drive and optimization were supplied by a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 AES and six Galileo Callisto 616 array processors and two Galileo 616 processors. Four JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers and four 600-HP subwoofers provided DJ monitoring.

The LYON system was recommended for MAYDAY by Jörg Rapp, head of sound for schokopro, based on his recent experience using another member of the LEO™ Family, the larger LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system. Audio engineers Dirk Maron and Dennis Siebert coordinated system design for schokopro and worked as system technicians on site.

“We had the pleasure of working with a crew that could get the best out of a sound system,” says Wulf Issinger, co-managing director for schokopro. “With the effortless power and even coverage of the LYON arrays and the tremendous performance of the 1100-LFCs, the system provided an amazing experience for the crowd—from the front of the stage to the very back of the venue.”

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Denmark’s Victory Adds Both Meyer Sound LEO and LYON to Rental Inventory

Denmark-based Victory Tour Production has updated its rental inventory with two systems from Meyer Sound’s newly expanded LEO™ Family of products: the LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system, as well as its more compact and flexible sibling, the LYON™ linear sound reinforcement system.

“LEO is already being requested by major tours,” says Frank Grønbæk, project manager for Victory and head of the Copenhagen office. “Its power and long throw opens us to not only the largest stadium and festival shows in Denmark, but also to a wider market elsewhere in northern Europe. And LYON’s size and weight is ideally suited to most shows in the relatively small Danish market.”

The pivotal point in Victory’s purchase decision was a convincing LYON demo in Amsterdam. “The coverage and power were very impressive,” recalls Grønbæk. “I went back 65 meters, up in the balcony, and the sound was still right there, in my face. Then when I walked around the side and came out of the coverage, it just dropped off, like pulling down a console fader. That was amazing. Even all the way off to one side, way in the back, I could still hear a solid left-right stereo image.”

Victory’s LEO family purchase comprises 24 LEO-M line array loudspeakers, 20 LYON-M main line array loudspeakers, eight LYON-W wide-coverage line array loudspeakers, and 28 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements. Also purchased were eight JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers, six UPA-1P and two UPQ-1P loudspeakers, a Compass® RMS remote monitoring system featuring six RMServers for real-time loudspeaker feedback, and a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system featuring four Galileo Callisto 616 and two Galileo Callisto 616 AES array processors and two Galileo 408 processors.

The first outing for Victory’s new LEO and LYON systems was a large-scale Danish television broadcast of the TV 2 music show “Top Charlie,” taped at the 50,000-capacity Parken soccer stadium.

The system configuration was anchored by left and right main arrays of 12 LEO-M loudspeakers each, with two LYON-W loudspeakers each for downfill. Two end-fire directional arrays of nine 1100-LFC loudspeakers each provided low end, with two UPQ-1P and six UPA-1P loudspeakers used for front and corner fill, respectively. Four delay arrays utilized a total of 18 LYON-M and two LYON-W loudspeakers. System drive and optimization were supplied by a Galileo Callisto loudspeaker management system with one Galileo Callisto AES 616 and six Galileo Callisto 616 array processors. Theis Romme of Victory was system tech for the event.

“The client requested delays because of the particular show set-up,” explains Grønbæk. “But we did some tests before sound check, and found we could bring the levels up to the point where, with a higher hang, we could have covered the entire stadium without using any delays. In the future, that will certainly save our clients time and money.”

Victory Tour Production is one of Scandinavia’s leading providers of sound, light, staging, and technical event production services. The company has offices in Aarhus and Copenhagen.

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