Many small towns or villages can afford to build and maintain only one cultural facility. Such buildings have one hall that must be used to hold various meetings, concerts, performances, lectures, and film screenings. It is well known that individual stage productions have quite different requirements regarding the room acoustic conditions. In order to be able to correctly perform various stage activities in one room, it is necessary to use solutions that adjust the parameters of the room acoustics. The work presents methods for providing flexible acoustics of multipurpose venues. On the example of existing venues, the possibility of adjusting room acoustics of the cinema hall to become a good space for music and theater shows is presented.
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