Sound and communication systems for new and existing structures require analysis, specification development, equipment design and installation. Sound engineering has been called upon to satisfy one or all of these functions depending upon the system complexity and contractual arrangements with the architect and professional consultants. The relationship and responsibilities for the ultimate system performance will be illustrated with case histories involving the Arie Crown Theater, McCormick Place, Mill Run Theater and Purdue University.
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