Equal parts worship and community gathering, the recent Here Again worship night at the Experience Community Church, just south of Nashville, brought prayer and worship to more than 2,000 attendees. Vue Audiotechnik network partner Myers Concert Productions came it to relay both spoken word and live music to the audience inside the former factory space turned house-of-worship venue.

 Experience Community ChurchThe event marked one of Myers’ first smaller-scale events using its newly purchased Vue inventory.

The event included an in-the-round main stage situated in the centre of the rectangular venue, and since the venue was formerly a factory, the cavernous space included highly reflective exposed brick walls, concrete floors, steel rafters, and 20ft ceilings. To achieve coverage across the surrounding audience area, Myers designed a hybrid line array system deployed in a 360° configuration. The system included four hangs of four al-8 boxes for the longer-throws, paired with four hangs of four al-4s for the shorter-throw sides. Six groundstacked hs-221 ACM subwoofers provided more-than-adequate low-end support.

According to Brice Clark, system engineer for Myers Concert Productions, the compatibility of the Vue elements enabled them to overcome challenges inherent with the space, while ensuring consistent coverage: ‘We were faced with a variety of issues that you’d expect from a large warehouse not originally designed for live performance. Several issues included height limitations, varying room depths and weight restrictions for the overhead truss. Because of the scalability and uniformity across the entire line, Vue provided an option where we could use different-sized line array elements to provide uniform coverage while sustaining the same tonal characteristics across the listening area.’

‘The low-end extension is incredible, while the top is very crisp without a bit of harshness,’ says Experience Church’s FOH engineer, Austin Kursave. ‘Everything sounded so clean and clear. I loved using the Vue Rig.’

‘I was extremely pleased with the performance of the Vue system. It provided even dispersion across the listening area without losing any energy and excitement throughout the venue. I look forward to deploying these boxes on more of our shows,’ Clark adds.

More: www.vueaudio.com

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