Sound Stories

Meyer Sound Stories that include Constellation

Norway's Peer Gynt Hall Expands and Upgrades Utilization with Meyer Sound Constellation 

As part of a multi-year renovation project, the Grieghallen Performing Arts and Conference Center in Bergen, Norway has outfitted the Peer Gynt Hall, its principal multi-use venue, with a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system. Constellation's power to optimize the room's acoustic signature for any use – from conferences and banquets to amplified and acoustic concerts spanning all musical genres – has expanded utilization of the venue to encompass a broader spectrum of events.
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November, 2016

Meyer Sound Systems Supply Clarity and Balanced Acoustic Solutions in Worship Spaces (Worship)

New installations of Meyer Sound CAL column array loudspeakers are delivering clearly intelligible speech along with impeccable music reproduction in two acoustically problematic worship spaces, with one room also benefiting from a subtle acoustical re-balancing courtesy of a Constellation acoustic system. Read More »

August, 2016

Meyer Sound Constellation Provides Sound Solutions for San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants

Bellota is Sixth Dining Location in Nation's Tech and Food Capital to "Tune the Buzz" with Active Acoustic Technology


Like restaurateurs around the country, Bill Russell-Shapiro, proprietor of The Absinthe Group, is acutely aware of how crucial sonic ambience is to its diners' experience and satisfaction. When he set out to achieve an elegant Spanish restaurant in San Francisco, he made sound a priority. That's why his company's new Bellota has become the latest Bay Area restaurant to install a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system, which is leading the industry in providing creative solutions to restaurant noise. Constellation balances the buzz of a lively room so patrons don't have to raise their voices to converse comfortably over the din, and allows the staff to control the sound level as the room's occupancy changes. Read More »

June, 2016

Meyer Sound Introduces Galileo GALAXY at InfoComm in Las Vegas

Next-Generation, Networked Audio System Delivers High Dynamic Range and Low Latency


The new Meyer Sound Galileo GALAXY network platform will make its worldwide debut at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas. As the next generation of the Galileo processor line, GALAXY offers the most advanced processing power and networking standards available. Visit the Meyer Sound booth to learn about the company's leading-edge approach towards technological innovation in sound reinforcement. In demo room N112, "Real World SPL" will present the company's approach towards measuring SPL (sound pressure level) to achieve real-world results. The importance of headroom and low distortion will be demonstrated through a Meyer Sound cinema system. Read More »

June, 2016

Q&A: EHDD's Duncan Ballash on Why Sound Matters in Architecture 

In this Q&A, EHDD Principal and President Duncan Ballash shares his thoughts on the importance of sound in architecture, and the vital factors and considerations that go into making each project the best it can be. Hear from Ballash on why sound and acoustics are a key consideration in architecture. Read More »

May, 2016

Telstra Showcases Technology Leadership with Meyer Sound Constellation at Corporate Headquarters in Australia (Corporate A/V)

A Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system is helping Telstra, Australia's largest telecommunications and media company, to inform and educate visitors at the company's lavish Customer Insight Centre (CIC) in Sydney. Installed in a 300-seat theatre, Constellation provides Telstra with the acoustical flexibility to hold a variety of meetings, concerts, and multimedia presentations in the same space, helping to connect customers with the company's range of cross-platform technology solutions. Read More »

May, 2016

Sound Matters to SFMOMA: Meyer Sound Collaborates to Provide State-of-the-Art Sound in Transformational Renovation

Multi-Use Phyllis Wattis Theater at the Hub of Visitor Experience when Museum Reopens May 14

 (Live Performance Venues)

After a three-year expansion, the new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) opens on May 14 with nearly triple the gallery space, 45,000 square feet of free public access areas, and an unparalleled collection of modern and contemporary art on view. Committed to an extraordinary visitor experience on every level, SFMOMA partnered with Meyer Sound to provide sound solutions throughout the transformed museum. Read More »

April, 2016

Meyer Sound Constellation Enhances Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies in Germany 

A permanently installed Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system at Hamburg's Stage Operettenhaus is currently supporting Love Never Dies (German: Liebe Stirbt Nie), the musical sequel to the long-running The Phantom of the Opera. Lloyd Webber's longtime sound designer Mick Potter uses Constellation's acoustical effects throughout the show to optimize the aural experience for the audience. Read More »

April, 2016

Meyer Sound Constellation Provides Key Element in San Francisco Opera's Initiative to Redefine Opera for 21st Century Audiences (Live Performance Venues)

San Francisco Opera's new Dianne and Tad Taube Atrium Theater features a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system, custom designed to provide the showcase venue with a range of acoustic environments to support the adventurous exploration of operatic programming for new audiences. Read More »

March, 2016

Video: Constellation Profiled at ISE 2016 visited the Meyer Sound booth at ISE 2016 in Amsterdam to showcase the Constellation acoustic system and its ability to change the perceived acoustic of a room to suit different types of applications. Read More »

February, 2016
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