2021 Issues

Sound & Communications: September 2021 Digital Edition

Sound & Communications September 2021 Digital Edition

Sound Advice
Closing The Loop

Is a new era for assistive-listening systems about to dawn?
By Peter Mapp, PhD, FASA, FAES

House Of Worship: Business
Are HoWs Entertainment Venues?

If the goal is to share the faith, it’s necessary first to attract congregants.
By David Lee Jr., PhD

The Commish
Power-Down Problems

The importance of systems returning to a known, good state.
By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQD, CQT

What Would You Do?
Back To Work, Part 8

Another deep dive into single-line diagrams.
By Douglas Kleeger, CTS-D, DMC-E/S, XTP-E, KCD

The Intricate Reality Of AV Supply

AVIXA’s latest Macro-Economic Trends Analysis takes an in-depth look at the state of supply issues.
By Peter Hansen

Marketing AV
Proper Brand Guidelines And Documentation

To achieve the success you aspire to, these are indispensable.
By Steven Picanza

Industry POV
What Today’s Entertainment-Venue Audiences Demand

Advances in sound technology are delivering a near-perfect mix of quality, SPL and clarity.
By Graham Hendry

Industry POV
Hearing Loops Coming In For A Landing

PANYNJ’s revised accessibility requirements continue a trend toward “getting in the loop.”
By Stephen O. Frazier

US Olympic & Paralympic Museum Offers Interactive Experiences

The dazzling facility uses AV to put guests right in the middle of the games.
By Dan Daley

Round 1: Atlanta, The Modern Entertainment Family Experience

Designing AVL for a multi-functional fun center.
By Anthony Vargas

AVent Horizon
‘Knock, Knock!’ ‘Who’s There?’ AI

The emergence of AI portends many changes. How fast will our industry adopt it?
By Pete Putman, CTS

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