The third revival of the Puccini opera Madam Butterfly staged in the round at London’s Royal Albert Hall sees the introduction of ground breaking new audio technology. As in previous years, sound designer Bobby Aitken specified a TiMax Audio Imaging delay matrix to dynamically control time delays from each performer’s radio microphone to the vocal reinforcement loudspeaker system, to make all audience members localize to the actors onstage and not the PA. This has previously been achieved ...

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