Cleveland Institute of Music

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Cleveland Institute of Music
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PROJECT BRIEF
Cleveland Institute of Music
Founded in 1920, the Cleveland Institute of Music is known internationally as being one of
the best music conservatories. Today, there are more than 400 conservatory students and 1,500
preparatory and continuing education students. Approximately 1,100 people apply for the 150
undergraduate and graduate openings each year.
In 2007, the Cleveland Institute of Music completed a $40 million dollar improvement project.
The 36,000 square-foot expansion included: Mixon Hall a 250 seat state-of-the-art recital
hall with an audio control room for high-tech broadcasting; the Fred A. Lennon Education
Building with new practice rooms, teaching studios, and a student lounge; the Kulas Center for
International Education, a distance learning studio and administrative space; as well as the
Gilliam Family Music Garden, a new entryway and expanded lobby.
Working with national consultants and acousticians, SoundCom was proud to be a part of the
improvement project. Key elements to the upgrade included:
SERVICES PROVIDED
Audio/Visual
Conferencing/Collaboration
Sound Systems
Broadcast/Production
FEATURES
Plasma Displays
Video/Audio Processing
Performance Digital Audio
Distance Learning
Hearing Assistance
CREDITS
West Lake Reed Leskosky – Architect
Akustiks – Consultant
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS
CINCINNATI
PITTSBURGH
RECITAL HALL
DISTANCE LEARNING ROOMS
SoundCom provided a professional mixing
console and EAW speakers that help enhance
audio performances. The performance audio
system and audio and video processing system
will help give the performers at the Cleveland
Institute of Music the opportunity to perform
breathtaking shows and will allow the audience
to enjoy shows like they never have before.
SoundCom designed and installed distance
learning rooms which feature real time video
capabilities for instructors and students all
over the world.
RECORDING STUDIO
SoundCom installed a recording studio that
records and broadcasts all events. The control
room is the first THX PM3 Certified studio in
a music conservatory worldwide.
Phone: 800-628-8739
Fax: 440-234-2614
DIGITAL SIGNAGE
SoundCom installed plasma displays in the
lobby and cafeteria areas which receive video
feeds originated from virtually any location
in the facility.
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