Golden West Sound Design has enjoyed a long-term relationship with WBMC. Sound system improvements have included a Yamaha digital console for their mixer, as well as new under balcony delay speakers and amplifiers. An aging main speaker system was beginning to fail resulting in a thorough speaker upgrade. This included an EAW main speaker and subwoofer combination as well as Fulcrum-Acoustics delay speakers for the upper balcony. To ensure voice clarity and music quality, system equalization and delays are now controlled using a Symetrix system processor.
Even smaller sound systems get Golden West Sound Design’s biggest efforts. After a thorough evaluation of the MCC’s Coffee House environment, an ideal mix of components was selected and installed. They are now benefitting from Yamaha self-powered speakers and subwoofer, with a compact Allen & Heath MixWiz analog console. A dBX Driverack digital system processor is used for equalization. A number of AKG wireless microphones are installed for live performance.
Golden West Sound Design consulted with PW Enns Concert Hall, and then supplied and installed a concert sound system for this challenging venue — an older church converted for public performances. The chosen system includes a Renkus Heinz self-powered speaker array complete with subwoofers. The console is an Allen & Heath 40-channel analog board with outboard Ashly equalizers and compressors. A Yamaha digital signal processor is used to equalize the system and provide delays for the over- and under-balcony Renkus Heinz speakers.
This location required a distributed speaker system to provide audio for the seating area in both arenas as well as centre ice speakers for ice surface coverage. In addition, foyer speakers and meeting room systems were supplied and installed. This extensive project included the supply and expert installation of QSC distributed speakers and amplifiers, Fulcrum Acoustics centre ice speakers, a number of wireless microphones, and a Symetrix digital system processor and digital input controls for the penalty box and broadcast booth.
In 2002, Golden West Sound Design supplied and installed a sound system for the Buhler Performing Arts Centre. This included a Renkus Heinz LCR, self-powered speaker array as well as subwoofers, Yamaha digital console, and Yamaha system processor. Cabling infrastructure was installed to accommodate larger concerts and recordings.
With Golden West Sound Design, every location can get the finest audio. For the smaller performance area and background music of Marpeck Commons and Folio Café, the chosen equipment included QSC self-powered speakers and subwoofer, a QSC TouchMix digital mixer, a Symetrix digital signal processor, and numerous Shure wired and wireless microphones.