The concert hall of the Korundi House of Culture is a first-rate music venue. Without compromising the requirements of acoustic music, the hall was designed to serve multiple purposes and host many types of events. However, the starting point for the hall’s design was always to create a high-quality music hall. The hall can also be used for conferences, lectures, large educational groups, audio-visual presentations and film showings.
The hall has been designed and equipped to enable performances and lectures. The systems are sure to meet every performance need, and can be supplemented with additional loaned or rented equipment.
The control room is situated at the back of the hall. This closed room is the primary room for operating the technical systems, especially in the context of acoustic concerts. At the same time, the control room is the place where A/V equipment and sources can be placed and installed.
The lighting system consists of a compact dimmer and control system, which is used to control a 72-channel, fixed dimmer system and the DMX-controlled relays in the dimmer cabinet.
The video systems enable the effects required for performances and meet the needs of conference and lecture use. The A/V control system can be used to control video sources (DVD, VHS), volume, DSP routing and lighting events.