Reverberation SystemVivace og Vicello
WHAT IS A REVERBERATION SYSTEM?
A reverberation system vastly improves a room’s acoustics by providing a dynamic and flexible solution to acoustic challenges.
Strategically placed microphones and speakers communicate with an advanced acoustic processor to adjust for the unique qualities of a room, allowing the sound experience to be adjusted with the touch of a button and creating what sounds like the room’s natural reverberation.
Beyond achieving a vastly improved sound experience, the system also allows for maximum flexibility. A room can be tuned to the needs of the spoken word or a conversation, or adapted to the reverberation times of a choir or orchestra, giving the audience a better rendition of the instruments. Even large instruments, such as a grand piano or organ, achieve noticeable sound improvements as perceived by both the audience and the performer. With the enhancements added by a reverberation system, a space can finally achieve its full potential.
More and more performers and conductors are asking event organizers and venues:
“Do you have a reverberation system?”
Performers, musicians, and users have had enough of the unnecessary challenges presented by dry, cluttered rooms when rehearsing or performing. Rehearsal time is precious, and no conductor wants to spend that time battling the challenges of noise and poor acoustics.
Rommen Scene, Oslo
- Concert halls
- Opera houses
- Multipurpose halls
- Music schools
- Meeting rooms
- Conference rooms
The Vicello system uses 16 processors.
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What does a Vivace / Vicello system cost?
A VIVACE installation in a typical 350-seat venue is approximately 1.8 million NOK. A VICELLO system for smaller rooms such as auditoriums and churches typically runs 750k NOK.