The Encounter uses pre-recorded and live binaural sound as part of its narrative framework. Here, sound designer Gareth Fry explains the complex process of putting the show's audio together
Sound Designer Nevin Steinberg tells us about the steps being taken to educate the public about the art of Sound Design...
Everybody wants that unique live experience, but the baby boom theatre audience, aged thirty-five to fifty-five, has become accustomed to surround movie theatres, CD and DVD, Nicam stereo TV and stereo FM radio. They've almost never heard unamplified sound: even the smallest sales conference or church hall uses radio mics."
- Sound Designer Mick Potter
‘An American in Paris’
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Sound Designer Ken Travis teased the show's sonic magic from a mammoth system comprised of 40 wireless microphones....