2020 was a year of great disappointments for live music lovers, entertainers, venues, and concert promoters alike. But just when it looked like the entire industry was grinding to a halt, Mid-Coast came to the rescue with innovative private "boxes" provided as a seating alternative for outdoor festivals and concert events.

These "boxes" not only allow the suggested distancing between non-household members, but also provide a uniquely profitable seating opportunity to promoters and venues.

Want to get back in business? Interested in hosting your own properly "social-distanced" concert? Contact Mid-Co and make it happen!

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LAS VEGAS – There’s still time for FRONT of HOUSE readers to vote for the six top regional sound companies in North America – one for each of five U.S. regions, and a sixth for all of Canada. These votes will narrow the field from 36 nominees to just six regional winners, who will then appear on the Parnelli Awards ballot for a second round of voting. The winner will receive the Parnelli Award for Hometown Hero Sound Company of the Year at the awards ceremony in Anaheim, CA on Jan. 17, 2020.

Every vote counts — cast yours today! Go to http://fohonline.com/hometown-heroes-vote.

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Updated: Sep 18

Meyer Sound system based on JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers as supplied by Nashville-based Mid Coast Sound. The Riley Center what a Beautiful room we are honored to be a part of their history!

Meyer SoundJuly 31 at 5:40 PM ·

Originally built in 1889, the elegant theatre at the heart of Mississippi State University’s MSU Riley Center for Education and Performing Arts in Meridian was painstakingly renovated before reopening as a performing arts venue in 2006. In both its 19th and 21st century incarnations, the room was celebrated for its intimate feel, open sight lines and excellent natural acoustics.

The point source sound system installed in 2006 was designed to preserve these attributes, but after more than a decade of use it was showing its age and becoming increasingly less rider-friendly. Early in 2019, the 900-seat theatre blended the best of old and new by upgrading to a Meyer Sound system based on JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers as supplied by Nashville-based Mid Coast Sound.

“What they ended up with is ideal for that venue, and Meyer Sound was the only one to offer and demo a complete point-source solution. It gives you high SPL if you want it, but in a controlled way that works with the room instead of trying to overpower it. The soundstage is just amazing. It’s rider friendly and it was very cost effective, so everybody is happy.” Will RolandPrincipal A/V Consultant, Roland, Woolworth & Associates

Read more about Riley Center here: https://meyersound.com/news/riley-center/ Photos courtesy of Leading Edges:

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