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Walt Disney Concert Hall Upgrades With Dolby Lake Processors

United States
English
Los Angeles (12 February 2007) — At the world-famous Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, (l-r) independent consultant/sound designer Fred Vogler and head of audio/video Kevin Wapner recently upgraded the venue with a Dolby(r) Lake(r) Processor and Lake Contour(tm) digital loudspeaker processing network. The new wirelessly-controlled setup, which provides powerful signal processing tools for the optimization of live performance and studio loudspeakers, is being used to control the venue’s flown JBL VerTec and custom stage-level ATC sound reinforcement systems.

Designed by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is a $272 million live entertainment complex in the heart of downtown Los Angeles that became an instant cultural landmark upon opening in late 2003. The hall is the winter home of the L.A. Philharmonic and hosts a broad range of musical events.

Dolby, Lake, and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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