The newly-opened Piazza in the Village, located near Dallas, was designed from the ground up to be the ideal venue for upscale weddings. Situated in the quaint town square of Colleyville, Texas, the 20,000 square-foot facility features a traditional 250-seat wedding chapel, a spacious reception area with wet bar, an ornate courtyard, and lavishly-appointed groom and bridal suites.
The Houston’s restaurant chain prides itself on providing its patrons with a unique dining experience centered on a fresh selection of music, so they have a full-time, dedicated audio programmer on staff who hand picks every song, carefully considering its flavor and the segues between songs, as well as a live piano.
To accommodate the growing requirements for musical and spoken performances in the sanctuary of the St. Anthony Claret Catholic Church, a Symetrix SymNet Solus 16 processor was installed to create a system with 12 open inputs that could automix itself.
Southlands Church Finds Superior Sound on a Tight Budget
For a contemporary church to move from a temporary facility to a permanent one is like a kid in a candy store – lots to like, but with a definite element of danger. When Southlands Church in Brea, California experienced this change, they realized that they would need help in making smart choices.