Sound was used to suggest emotion, replicate mood and highlight action in dances and plays even in prehistoric times. During those times, humans didn’t enjoy the privilege of sound reinforcement systems. But the idea of producing sound effects always existed. For example; there existed a form of theatre in the medieval times, known as Commedia dell’arte.
A conference hall with best acoustics, apart from being aesthetically pleasing, is a prerequisite for all offices to hold valuable communication forums that maintain greater levels of confidentiality. Conference rooms pose several sound reduction and acoustical challenges since they are single enclosed rooms where many people gather to discuss official matters.
Organization of a live event:
Organizing an event or a concert is a complex procedure. Numerous groups of people are drawn in and the logistics could be intimidating. The dilemmas of finding an appropriate place, artist’s agendas, DJ Equipment, differences in climatic conditions, the surrounding atmosphere (culture and neighbors) and various policies all make the organization of a live event difficult.
Setting up acoustics for large stadiums, whether enclosed or open-air, poses challenges to the designers working on the sound reinforcement systems. Since the area covered is huge, they present several problems, apart from the size of acoustic installation. Excessive reverberation, echoes, sound absorption by air, reduced speech intelligibility, refraction and synchronization of video boards with the sound reinforcement systems are some of the other challenges faced by the technicians.
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