Masque Sound Provides Full Show Support For The Lehmann Trilogy

New York’s Park Avenue Armory is home to the first U.S. run of The Lehmann Trilogy, a play that was put on by the National Theater in London prior to its visit to the states. New York-based Masque Sound was tapped to provide the system for the off-Broadway run of the show.

In both locations National Theater’s Head of Sound & Video Dominic Bilkey, alongside co-sound designer Nick Powell, specified five arrays placed outer left, inner left, center, inner right and outer right. The Park Avenue Armory arrays were made up of six d&b Y8 followed by two of the wider dispersion Y12 line array modules. A single d&b V-SUB subwoofer is flown between each array (four total) to provide the audience with additional low end.

Masque Sound Equips Falsettos Tour With Shure Axient

Lincoln Center Theater’s revival of Falsettos, which played Broadway in fall 2016 and was subsequently nominated for five Tony Awards, is currently out on tour with a Shure Axient Digital wireless microphone system provide by New York City-based Masque Sound.

The musical is currently playing full-week and multi-week engagements throughout the country. Sound Designer Dan Moses Schreier specified the Axient system for not only it’s audio quality, but the flexibility the system provides a touring production.

Jack Shearing, 87, Broadway Sound Designer

John (Jack) Shearing (87), legendary Broadway sound designer, died December 3, 2017 at his home in Los Angeles. He was born Jan 23, 1930, in Queens, to Anne Keller, a public-school teacher, and John Shearing, a Broadway head carpenter, who co-founded Masque Sound and Recording (he himself was the son of a property man at the Metropolitan Opera).

Masque Sound Upgrades Baltimore Center Stage Head Theater – Podcast Part I

Contributing Editor Bennett Liles from SVC talks with Matt Peskie of Masque Sound about the large renovation project completed this year for Baltimore Center Stage including work on their Pearlstone Theater and a complete overhaul of the Head Theater. Matt details the scope of the award-winning work and provides a look at the AV routing system that now encompasses most of the building.

Part 1 – Download Here

Masque Sound Upgrades Baltimore Center State Heath Theater – Podcast Part II

Contributing Editor Bennett Liles continues his conversation with Matt Peskie of Masque Sound about the renovation project for Baltimore Center Stage. Matt concentrates his account of the technical challenge of installing Dante-based DSP and ARC control remotes in the Head Theater and future-proofing it with OM4 fiber cable runs.

Part 2 – Download Here

MASQUE SOUND’S MATTHEW PESKIE WINS 2017 CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARD FROM METROPOLITAN BALTIMORE’S BUILDING CONGRESS & EXCHANGE

Masque Sound, a leading theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design company, is pleased to announce that Matthew Peskie, installations department manager, has won the 2017 Craftsmanship Award from the Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore for his work on the Baltimore Center Stage building renovation project.

MASQUE SOUND GIVES AUDIENCES NATIONWIDE THE ROYAL TREATMENT WITH THE KING AND I

Masque Sound recently provided Tony Award®Winning Sound Designer Scott Lehrer with a custom audio package to bring his vision to the road for the highly anticipated North American tour of the Lincoln Center Theater Production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I. The touring production required an audio package that was flexible, yet able retain the high-quality, signature sound design for which Lehrer is known. “There were a few requirements the touring sound package needed to meet — it had to move efficiently, play in a variety of different theatres and still provide quality sound for the audience, at every venue,” explains Lehrer. “Masque Sound provided us with the audio equipment for the Broadway production of The King and Iin New York, so we felt confident that it would once again be able to provide us with a great touring system.” Read More…

MASQUE SOUND FCC INCENTIVE AUCTION CONSUMER ALERT

The FCC Incentive Auction commenced on March 29, 2016 was formally closed on April 13, 2017 and includes a 39-month transition period. This auction will impact the audio industry in its entirety, and the audio experts at Masque Sound are prepared to assist our clients in a successful transition. As such, the following alert should be reviewed. Read More…

MASQUE SOUND SECURES GOLDEN TICKET FOR SWEET NEW MUSICAL, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

When Roald Dahl’s most beloved tale, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, made its arrival at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, those in attendance were in for a sweet treat. Sound Designer Andrew Keister worked with Masque Sound, a leading theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design company, to create a custom audio equipment package that was flexible enough to handle the show’s two very different acts. Read More…