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Soundplace updates the space at Jeju Nanta Theatre

Soundplace updates the space at Jeju Nanta Theatre

Soundplace updates the space at Jeju Nanta Theatre

Korea: Inaugurated in 2008, Jeju Nanta Theatre was designed to exclusively stage performances of Nanta, a musical comedy that incorporates samul nori music and features no dialogue. With the venue approaching a decade in age, the show’s production company, PMC Production, recently enlisted Soundplace to design and install an updated sound system. The systems integrator also serves as the Korean distributor for APG and implemented setup formed entirely of the French manufacturer’s systems.

‘For the Nanta shows, the traditional samul nori music is performed with improvised instruments such as cutting boards, water canisters and kitchen knives, so sound is at the very heart of this hugely popular musical,’ said Soundplace CEO Sangwoo Do. ‘PMC Production wanted to immerse the audience in the show in order to rejuvenate the experience. We have always been impressed by the capacity of APG’s speakers to reproduce a pure sound that truly represents the instruments.’

The APG system installed comprises two line array clusters flown in an L-R configuration. Each cluster consists of a pair of UL115B bass speakers, five UL210 top speakers and one TB218S subwoofer. Meanwhile, two MX0 coaxial loudspeakers serve as front-fills and DX15s provide in-fill.

Jeju Nanta Theatre seats an audience of up to 659. ‘In a mid-size venue, the system has to be compact and discrete while providing enough SLP with large headroom to reflect the huge dynamic range from the percussions,’ explained Grégory Dapsanse, marketing and business development director at APG. ‘Because of the nearby walls, the Uniline directivity control was critical to avoid reflections and ensure high intelligibility and sonic precision all the way to the last row.’

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