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Live Electronic Music in Large Auditoriums

Live performance of the ensemble of electronic music instruments has shown that a shared stage and house reinforcement system serves the musician and the audience well. This system should have a lower f/3 of at least 45 Hz and a columnar midrange design. In large auditoriums, advantage to utilizing permanent or portable acoustic reflectors to increase system efficiency and broaden directivity patterns.

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JAES Volume 23 Issue 5 pp. 374-380; June 1975
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