A high-resolution scene system is an arrangement of speaker arrays that match the width of the performing zone. The scene system allows for the accurate localization and separation of sound sources and tracking of performers. The recommended scene system will vary for differing content. An L‑ISA Wide scene design uses identical, evenly spaced arrays to support most content including jazz, classical, spoken word and contemporary. An L‑ISA Focus (patent pending) scene design uses different system dimensioning and placement to reproduce rock and electronic music with high LF contour requirements.
A central subwoofer configuration is recommended to maximize the consistency of sub-low frequency response and sound pressure level throughout the audience area.
Optional Extension loudspeaker arrays expand the soundscape as far as the side walls of the venue, exaggerating the width of the sonic panorama, improving envelopment and reinforcing the hyperreal experience.
Immersive Hyperreal Sound
A completely immersive live production requires an Immersive Hyperreal Sound configuration. Overhead and surround loudspeakers will be deployed above and around the audience area to augment the Frontal System.
Seven different parameters can be continuously optimized to contribute to a project score that ultimately ensures achievement of design requirements. These include: