Notice for November 2019
DATE AND TIME !
Date: Tuesday, November
Time: 6:30 PM
Place: The Concord Orchestra,
The Performing Arts Center,
51 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742
Featured: Steve Barbar,
President of E-Coustic Systems, Belmont MA
In 1978, Dr David Griesinger
developed the first commercially viable digital
reverb system which became the legendary Lexicon
224. This system and its successor, the Lexicon
480L, became (and remains) the gold standard for
audio production throughout the world.
Dr. Griesingers extensive
published scientific research in room acoustics,
made him an ideal candidate to investigate the performance
criteria of electro-acoustic enhancement systems.
Thus, a research project was formed with Dr. Griesinger
investigating the physics required to make a substantial
improvement in hall acoustics, while Muncy and Steve
Barbar investigated the requirements for transducers
and system integration. E-Coustic evolved from the
science and implementation of their research.
Steve Barbar will provide a
lecture on their system & acoustics in the Grotto
Room, located in the basement of 51 Walden St.
It will be followed by an orchestra introduction,
rehearsal, and demonstrations of E-Coustics
newest room acoustical enhancement equipment in
the concert hall.
Refreshments will be available
at 6:15 PM