Meyer Sound Stories that include Constellation

New LYON Line Array Loudspeaker System Leads Meyer Sound Lineup for Prolight + Sound 2014 

At Prolight + Sound 2014 in Frankfurt, visit the Meyer Sound Stand F70 in Hall 8.0 to meet LYON, the latest addition to the Meyer Sound LEO Family of linear sound reinforcement systems. Read More »

March, 2014

Sound Designer Tony Meola: Meyer Sound Constellation Adds Dimension to Wicked in Mexico 

Mexico City's Teatro Telcel is hosting the first Spanish adaptation of the musical Wicked, with a record-breaking 50,000 tickets sold in its first five weeks. As with eight other Wicked productions worldwide, renowned Broadway sound designer Tony Meola has chosen Meyer Sound as the audio foundation, this time including Mexico's first Constellation acoustic system. Read More »

February, 2014

SF Classical Voice: Is Constellation a Bridge to the Future or a Saving Grace for Classical Music? 

It may be both, according to Jason Victor Serinus, professional whistler and lecturer on opera and vocal recordings. Read More »

February, 2014

Wired for the Digital Media Age—LSU Installs Meyer Sound Constellation & Cinema System 

To prepare its students for the explosive growth of digital media, Louisiana State University (LSU) has installed a Meyer Sound cinema system and a Constellation acoustic system in its new Louisiana Digital Media Center (DMC). With these latest tools, the DMC gives users of the room utmost flexibility for everything from film showings and interactive digital media presentations, to experimental music concerts and intimate meetings. DMC's AV systems were designed and specified by Bill Schuermann, senior consultant of Houston-based HFP Acoustical Consultants. Read More »

February, 2014

KALW Radio Interview: John and Helen Meyer on Stephanie Blythe Recording 

In December, Meyer Sound co-founders John and Helen Meyer were invited to join Sarah Cahill on her KALW radio show "Revolutions Per Minute." The interview followed the release of "as long as there are songs," a new album by mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe recorded using Meyer Sound's proprietary technique that features the Constellation acoustic system. Read More »

January, 2014

Using Meyer Sound Constellation, France's Vendéspace Doubles as a Symphony Hall and Sports Arena 

In Vendéspace in western France, a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system helps transform a sports arena into a premier classical music hall on demand. The audacious multipurpose building project began when the local government realized funds were available for only one structure. As a result, two seemingly contrary uses were combined into a single, architecturally daring, and cost-effective new venue. Read More »

January, 2014

Mezzo-Soprano Stephanie Blythe and Meyer Sound Pioneer Recording Technique with "as long as there are songs" (feat. Video) 

Constellation Optimizes Acoustic Environment for High-Resolution Music Recording


Meyer Sound has collaborated with legendary mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe and pianist Craig Terry in the release "as long as there are songs," a collection of America's greatest classics. This is the first full album to be recorded using a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system and features a proprietary recording technique developed by company CEO and co-founder John Meyer. The technology provided a performance environment optimized for the artists, while giving listeners an exceptionally accurate sense of being "in the room" with the performers. Read More »

December, 2013

Meyer Sound Constellation Tailors Acoustics at California's Antelope Valley College (Live Performance Venues)

Antelope Valley College's Performing Arts Theatre in Lancaster, Calif. is using a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system to support its diverse schedule of events. At the press of a button, venue operators can adapt the auditorium's acoustical characteristics to suit performances for the resident Antelope Valley Symphony Orchestra, Shakespeare plays and opera. Read More »

November, 2013

L&SA Cover Feature: Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson ONE  

For the new Cirque du Soleil Michael Jackson ONE production, Tony-nominated sound designer Jonathan Deans has created a multilayered soundscape that can only be experienced in the show's custom-designed theatre. The goal is to help deliver a playful, immersive, and powerful spectacle worthy of the King of Pop's legacy. Read More »

November, 2013

Meyer Sound Constellation at Cohan Center Facilitates Communication for Musicians (Live Performance Venues)

Home of the San Luis Obispo Symphony, the 1,289-seat Christopher Cohan Center has recently installed a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system. Featuring a retractable active acoustic canopy formed by 40 miniature loudspeakers, the Constellation system provides an environment that helps musicians hear each other better and hence improve their sense of ensemble. Read More »

October, 2013
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