Line arrays have been around for decades. Harry F. Olson published the book Acoustical Engineering in 1954, which included an extensive and influential explanation of line arrays. They have been gaining more and more popularity in recent years, and anyone who has ever heard or used one knows why. The theory behind the line array is very simple: The idea is to create a very smooth and even distribution of sound over long and wide distances with little discrepancy in SPL and EQ. Just about ...
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