Film and Video Theater
MMoCA in the Overture Center - Madison, Wisconsin

Audio quality was critical in this 200-seat auditorium, which serves as a lecture hall and screening room for the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. It opened in the fall of 2006.

Lewis Sound provided a state-of-the art sound system for the high-end space. This system includes:

  • BSS Soundweb digital signal processing.
  • Mic and speaker patch bays.
  • A small mic mixer.
  • Three Crown amplifiers.
  • A wiring backbone, including input/output panels on each side of the stage and on the ceiling above the stage with mic and speaker jacks.
  • Assistive listening with two infrared transmitters in the theater.
  • Connections to the building-wide paging system, to bring pages and program audio into other areas of the Overture Center.

The sound system currently uses left, right and center loudspeakers plus a subwoofer, which Overture technical staff installed on the wiring backbone.

Read about other sound systems we installed in the Overture Center's Capitol Theater and Playhouse.

Lewis Sound installed a high-end sound system flexible enough for a variety of events.

Audio rack (on left) in projection room holds amps, DSP, patch bays, and assistive listening system.

Overture Center from State and Henry, with the museum entrance on the near left side of the facility.

Audio quality is critical in the new 200-seat theater, used as a lecture hall and screening room.

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