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Steve Payne

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Re: Lime Arrays- Fruit Cup Processing for more Vitamin C
« Reply #50 on: May 11, 2020, 04:23:49 pm »

Fscking quarantine fat finger shit. 😂

Riley and Steve Payne are East Coast Regional Sound Company Kings for good reason.

Thanks for the kind nod, Doug.  It might be pointed out that Soundworks liquidated the last of it's Turbosound Flex Array inventory over the winter and are now employing latest generation Martin Audio Wavefront Precision systems, including WPL, WPC and WPS.  These all happen to be very much dsp controlled zone based systems as per the OP's original question.  To the OP:  The voicing on these systems throughout the WP line is very similar and much to our liking, though that could certainly be a matter of taste.  What goes beyond matter of taste and is completely measurable is the incredible consistency these systems achieve in both level and frequency response throughout the entire defined audience listening area.  There is plenty of info as well as the control software available for download from the Martin site which goes into considerable detail as to how they achieve these results. 
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Re: Lime Arrays- Fruit Cup Processing for more Vitamin C
« Reply #51 on: May 12, 2020, 10:52:48 am »

Thanks for the kind nod, Doug.  It might be pointed out that Soundworks liquidated the last of it's Turbosound Flex Array inventory over the winter and are now employing latest generation Martin Audio Wavefront Precision systems, including WPL, WPC and WPS.  These all happen to be very much dsp controlled zone based systems as per the OP's original question.  To the OP:  The voicing on these systems throughout the WP line is very similar and much to our liking, though that could certainly be a matter of taste.  What goes beyond matter of taste and is completely measurable is the incredible consistency these system achieve in both level and frequency response throughout the entire defined audience listening area.  There is plenty of info as well as the control software available for download from the Martin site which goes into considerable detail as to how they achieve these results.

As Steve has said Wavefront Precision does a fantastic job of even coverage both in terms of SPL and frequency response.
MLA does an even better job of control and consistency.
 
There are 3 MLA webinars tomorrow for anyone who has been following this thread and wants to know more about it and have the chance to ask questions of the factory. 
I have included the link here to the MLA webinar registration page; https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/5123946692843307788

Here is a link to the Training Page that has information regarding all of their upcoming webinars as well as links to be able to watch previous training sessions and webinars.
https://martin-audio.com/training

Hopefully I have added the links correctly for anyone interested.  If not I imagine someone will let me know.

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