Welcome to episode #3 of HARMAN’s weekly podcast, Audio Matters, dedicated to all things audio. Each week, Audio Matters brings together a new group of audio experts to join host Oisin Lunny in offering listeners fun, informative, timely information on a variety of topics such as active listening or user-centric listening experiences inside the car.
This week’s episode will take you behind the scenes of the world-famous John F. Kennedy Center as John M. Burke, Head of AV System Design & Build at the Kennedy Center, and Raul Gonzalez, Senior Applications Engineer for Performance Audio at HARMAN, offer you a special look at the state-of-the-art technology responsible for the center’s exceptional audio capabilities.
What are the secrets to the phenomenal success of the audio design at the Kennedy Center? How do audio engineers make sure that every seat provides the best possible sound? What makes the Kennedy Center sacred ground for the performing arts? Learn all of this and much more in this week’s episode of Audio Matters, available below, on Podigee and all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio and Deezer.
Also access the specially curated playlist for this episode here on TIDAL.
Please enjoy, and remember to tune in again next week for episode #4 when we will discuss how to get that cozy Scandinavian Hygge feeling from your audio system. Subscribe to our RSS feed to not miss an episode.