Late last year, Cooper Cannady and his staff at RMB Audio, based in Selma, N.C., entered a venue they knew well — Raleigh's Dorton Arena — and adopted a new approach to battling that facility's acoustical shortcomings for the annual North Carolina State Fair. The event featured daily country music performances and other entertainment performed in a facility built almost entirely of concrete, glass, and steel “for everything but music,” says Cannady, RMB's owner. “The room has ...

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