New Dalston music venue to see first L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology install

This September sees the launch of Evolutionary Arts Hackney (EartH), a new cultural venue in Dalston, East London, which will feature the first permanent installation of L-ISA Hyperreal Sound technology in a European live music venue. 

The L-ISA set up comprises a frontal system of five hangs of seven Kara flown equidistantly across the front of the stage, with a central sub system of four KS28 flown in end fire configuration in front and above the central Kara hang. 

Positioned along the stage lip, ten X8 provide front fill. The surround system is provided by 12 Syva, four per side, mounted along the left, right, and rear walls of the theatre. Completing the setup is an overhead system of eight X8 hung from the auditorium ceiling.

Regional sales manager at L-Acoustics Paul McMullan said: “Auro clearly demonstrated a passion for quality production from our first encounter. Pair that with the diverse programming he has planned, and L-ISA seems a perfect match to raise the experiential value at EartH. The EartH sound installation, unique in the UK, will also serve as a showcase for L-Acoustics to demonstrate the innovative new L-ISA technology to the industry.”