Built in 1912, the theatre’s audio kit had not been updated for 30 years and was not providing even sound coverage to the amphitheatre-shaped hall.
Consequently, a QSC line array was installed along with a GLD digital mixing system, consisting of the GLD-80 console supplemented by GLD-AR2412 and GLD-AR84 I/O audio racks, all supplied by Allen & Heath’s Russian distributor, MixArt.
The large stage is deep and protrudes into the seating area, so monitor lines were needed to enable performers to hear themselves from all areas on stage.
It was also not possible to put the monitors on the stage as large animals such as elephants or bears, could accidentally step on them.
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