Wenger rocks EMP

The Wenger Corporation's V-Rooms technology transformed a 3,000-foot space at the Experience Music Project in Seattle into a rich variety of acoustic
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Wenger rocks EMP

Mar 7, 2002 12:00 PM

The Wenger Corporation's V-Rooms technology transformed a 3,000-foot space at the Experience Music Project in Seattle into a rich variety of acoustic environments, ranging from the sound of a cavernous arena to a concert hall. Visitors to the EMP's Sound Lab can explore the tools of the rock 'n' roll—electric guitars, drums, mixing consoles, and more—and become virtual rock stars. The acoustical consultants for EMP were Jaffe Holden Acoustics of Norwalk, Connecticut.

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