At times, designing sound for performing-arts venues can be a rather static process. That is, a designer maps out a system to meet a variety of performance types and styles while also fitting within the scope and limitations of the venue, and that's pretty much that. However, an ongoing sound design at Pittsburgh's Benedum Center deviates from this mold. Christopher M. Evans, house sound engineer at the Center for more than a decade, has taken a somewhat different approach so that the ...
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