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Slovak National Theatre Upgrades to IC Live


EASE analysis of the Slovak National Theatre has led to the hall upgrading to the IC Live digitally steerable system by Renkus-Heinz.

Completed in 1886, the Slovak National Theatre was designed by Viennese architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer. Since 1920, the ornate, 1,000-seat building has been the seat of the Slovak National Theatre opera and ballet ensembles.

Its acoustics, however, have come under more scrutiny. The room's very short reverberation time, while acceptable for opera, doesn't suit orchestral performances. Its narrow stage faces a long auditorium where the rear seats are 75ft away. Uneven sound coverage confronted its numerous balconies.
 
A subtle sound reinforcement system was needed, effectively invisible to the audience. The IC Live system's clear, uncoloured musical sound and ability to steer multiple sound beams offered precisely the solution that was needed. "The audience had to be unaware of sound reinforcement," said Manager Miroslav Paciga.
 
The system includes extra reverb for orchestral shows via a TC Electronics with a Yamaha PM5D console linked directly to the IC Live system via CobraNet.

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