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Motown: The Musical

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The Worldwide Standard in Theatrical Production Sound

For almost three decades, the story of Meyer Sound has been intertwined with the development of modern theatrical sound design. The two have come of age together.

With use on hundreds of Broadway, West End, and Las Vegas productions, and installations in regional theatres and performing arts centers around the world, theatrical sound designers' preference for Meyer Sound is beyond question. But Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers meet more needs than making actors heard. Music, sound effects, AV soundtracks; whatever you need to reinforce, Meyer Sound can bring clarity, articulation, and projection to your venue or production.

Meyer Sound's unique relationship with theatre sound can be traced back to the early 1980s, when a leading Broadway sound designer worked with John Meyer to define a loudspeaker perfectly suited to musical theatrical productions. The resulting product was the original UPA-1 loudspeaker, and the self-powered version of this product, the UPA-1P, is still widely used today. The Meyer Sound name became synonymous with exceptional performance and unsurpassed reliability in a package small enough to be unobtrusive.

Today, as sound designers become ever more adventurous, Meyer Sound responds with continuing innovations and new additions to the industry's most comprehensive line of self-powered systems. Yet now, as in the early days of the company, the fundamentals remain the same: compact size, high power, low distortion and reliability.

Meyer Sound covers the rest of the theatrical signal path with the Matrix3 audio show control system, a wholly scalable and configurable system that provides everything needed for theatrical audio from the output of the microphones to the input of the self-powered loudspeakers. You'll find the Matrix3 at the heart of many high-profile stage productions.

Installing Meyer Sound in your theatre equips it for anything that comes through the door and delivers the performance that audiences have come to expect.

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Featured Sound Designers
Francois Bergeron
Andrew Bruce
Christopher Cronin
Jonathan Deans
Roger Gans
Mark Grey
Nick Lidster
Tony Meola
Mick Potter

Shows Using Meyer Sound Equipment

"You can get tremendous SPL out of one CQ, so you don't need multiple systems to get the level. We could have filled the theater with one pair if we had to. That meant we could position multiple speakers for effect and imaging, not just to get raw power."

- Domonic Sack,
Sound Associates

"It's such a wonderful opportunity to be here at Williamstown," Coleman enthused between shifts in show design and mixing one of the Main Stage musicals. "There's so much to learn, and I'm truly grateful to Meyer Sound for giving me the chance to focus on that learning and not have the pressures of worrying about my finances while I'm here."

- Elizabeth Coleman,
Meyer Sound Fellowship recipient
Williamstown Theatre Festival

"When it comes to the theatre, Meyer Sound, apparently, can do no wrong."

- Entertainment Design,
"Sound Products of the Year"