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New theatre and rehearsal spaces completed in 2015.

An adaptive reuse project giving a new life to the old Bendigo Jail, a new 1,000 seat theatre with rehearsal spaces and classrooms represents a significant investment in education and the arts in regional Victoria.

Ulumbarra Theatre: Headliner
Ulumbarra Theatre: Headliner

Loudspeaker system

The loudspeaker system is a basic stereo arrangement of d&b V-series loudspeakers in 6-element lines either side of stage, a single Yi10P downfill per side 4S front fill's, 8S under-balcony delays and a centre array of 6 V-Subs. A pair of front fill loudspeaker systems are installed, one in the stage front and an additional set in the stage extension / lift which is also the orchestra pit. The systems are switched to suit the placement of the stage extension.

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Ulumbarra Theatre: Portfolio
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Ulumbarra Theatre: Headliner

Audio Control System

The audio control system was a combination of reused equipment from existing stock and additional new equipment to enhance the functionality to suit the needs of the facility. The console is a Yamaha CL5 with various io frames connected on a dual-redundant DANTE network. A BSS BLU326 takes care of some basic DSP and signal routing and provide AES/EBU outputs to the d&b amplifiers.

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Ulumbarra Theatre: Headliner
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Ulumbarra Theatre: Headliner


The people and companies that made it happen.

Thanks to Schuler Shook and Peter Griffiths from Acoustic Studio for getting us involved in the project.

Our Client

The audio systems were designed by Scott Willsallen and Luis Miranda.

Our Team

The cabling infrastructure was supplied and installed by Lightmoves and the active equipment was supplied and installed by PowerAV.

The Integrator

Ulumbarra Theatre: Testimonials




Here is an article by the team from CX Magazine about all technical aspects of the new theatre.

Ulumbarra Theatre: News
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