The Dance Theatre of Harlem bills itself as a “neoclassic ballet company,” which means that the troupe might dance to anything from James Brown and Aretha Franklin to Tchaikovsky. It's the responsibility of Anthony Jones, DTH's sound engineer, to make sure that his touring system does full justice to the musical style of the moment. In addition, his system of choice must evenly blanket the venue with sound, regardless of its size or shape, as well as adapt to different music sources: ...

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