Subject: FWD: Richmond Sound Design TM AudioBox TM
From: KEVIN AUSTIN (KAUSTIN@vax2.concordia.ca)
Date: Wed Jan 06 1999 - 06:40:28 EST
Apologies for doubles.
Subj: RSD's Press Release for Dec 21
Date: Tue, 05 Jan 1999 12:20:06 -0500
From: Charlie Richmond <email@example.com>
Subject: RSD's Press Release for Dec 21
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Ken Bell, General Manager
Valerie Biggin, Media Manager
MULTI DIMENSIONAL SONIC JOURNEY
"Electroacoustic composers challenge immersive orthodoxy"
Vancouver, 1998 December 21 --- Richmond Sound Design Ltd.,
manufacturers of sound and show control equipment, today
announced the use of an AudioBox(TM) 1616HD playback matrix with
ABControl(TM) software for Macintosh as the diffusive audio
control core in the touring spatial concert 'Sound Travels, which
opened November 21st in Vancouver, Canada.
The Vancouver launch was the culmination of a month-long
residency in spatial composition, and featured new works by
composers Ned Bouhalassa, Darren Copeland, Kenneth Newby, Matt
Rogalsky, Chris Rolfe and Hildegard Westerkamp. The Vancouver
concert was in tribute to the international electroacoustic
pioneer, the late Martin Bartlett, and coincided with the
long-awaited release of the CD, "Burning Water," archiving his
More details on the concert and photographs can be found on Apple
The Sound Travels tour continues across Canada, with a residency
and performance at Concordia University (http://cec.concordia.ca)
in Montreal February 8th and performances at the Music Gallery
(+1-905/822-3918) in Toronto February 12th through 14th.
Richmond Sound Design Ltd. specializes in control software and
audio equipment for themed, theatrical and spatial music
environments. For more information, or for demonstration
software, visit our web sites:
http://www.theatre-sound.com or http://www.show-control.com.
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