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An Outdoor Sound Reinforcement System for the Performing Arts
This paper describes an outdoor sound reinforcement system designed for the performing arts. The goal of this system was to provide sound reinforcement that is perceived by the audience as an extension of the performer's talents without adding coloration to the sound. The objective of sound naturalness will further enhance the ability of the performer to communicate with his audience.
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