Live Design Magazine Interviews Michael Miceli
Roger Maycock interviews Michael Miceli for Live Design magazine about his A/V consultation with Middletown CT’s Mercy High School in preparation for their auditorium facilities upgrade.
“We’re talking about an 800-seat auditorium with a proscenium stage. The space is used for school assemblies, concerts, plays, musicals, and countless other activities. The room needed to be as self-contained and easy-to-operate as possible, since it generally operates with just one teacher present. This is an environment where the person in charge needs to be able to select a particular setup and, from that point forward, have everything automated.”
“As part of the system overhaul, we deployed additional inputs and designated different inputs to accommodate different types of tasks. Inputs 1-5 at the front of the stage feed an automix configuration that maximizes gain while minimizing the noise floor. There are now separate inputs for the choir microphones, so that these mics can be effectively processed for the school’s show choir. Further, the system is configured for both CD and iPod audio source playback and is also set up for dedicated left-right inputs to accommodate an auxiliary console. This way, the system can be easily expanded for larger musicals and other events.”
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