Booth A: 20′ W x 15.6′ D x 16′ H, 300 sq ft
Booth B: 14′ W x 15.6′ D x 16′ H, 190 sq ft
Combined: 33′ W x 15.6′ D x 16′ H, 490 sq ft

  • Direct sight lines to: Music Room, Control Room, and Adjacent Booth
  • Either booth large enough for:
    • 9′ concert grand piano
    • 5-1/2 octave marimba
    • Large drum kit
    • Large percussion setup
  • Each booth features:
    • Fully treated ceilings (5:12 pitch rising to 16′)
    • A pair of large, north-facing windows
    • An IAC STC-51 fully glazed double door to isolate or connect the booths from or to each other
    • RPG diffusorblox (on north wall) and a pair of BAD panels (on shared wall)
    • Massive bass trap along north wall
    • Instrument and Amplifier Pass-throughs to/from Music Room and each other

These two large isolation booths provide the exciting possibility of being acoustically combined with one another and/or the Music Room. When combined with each other, the two booths function as a live-end/dead-end room, with Booth A being the live end and Booth B being the dead end. When combined, an RT-60 of 0.35 seconds can be expected. When the large double doors on the south side of each booth are opened the the Music Room, the acoustically coupled spaces enable both a variety of ambient micing options as well as a means to fine-tune the acoustic balance and bleed of musicians playing together in a shared 1870 sq ft acoustic space.

Panel Interfaces

The interface panels in each booth provides:

  • 12 Mic Inputs (normalled to console)
  • 1 MADI Input and Output (32 channels each direction at 96 kHz)
  • 4 Analog I/O Lines
  • 8 Audio Tie Lines
  • 4 AES Inputs
  • 4 AES Output
  • Clock signal (wordclock, video ref, or house black)
  • 4 SDI Video Output (SD, HD, or 3G-HD)
  • 4 SDI Video Input (SD, HD, or 3G-HD)
  • 4 Aviom personal mixer ports (3 in Booth B)
  • 4 CAT6 Ethernet ports (powered)