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The Latest 2006

Legally Blonde heads to San Francisco 12-7-06

Sound Associates welcomes back Acme Sound Partners for their design of the new musical "Legally Blonde". Sporting the Digico D5T, as well as a Meyer Sound MICA self powered line array, the system will be mixed by Bob Biasetti for the much anticipated run at the Golden Gate Theatre.

WICKED Adds German Commentary to its ShowTrans System 11-28-06

Recently international tourism in New York has reached new heights. Not since the year 2000 has New York seen so many international tourists on its streets and in its Theatres. To tap into this very important demographic, the producers at Wicked have added German to its automated multilingual commentary system. Wicked has been very aggressive in making its show available to every audience. It adds the German language to Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, and French ShowTrans commentary already in use.

MARY POPPINS lands on Broadway 9-14-06

Sound Associates in providing the video projection system for the new musical Mary Poppins at the New Amsterdam Theatre. Barco R6+ projectors provide the punch for this amazing new show.

SISTER ACT gets down with the new Midas XL8 Digital Console 9-13-06

Dominic Sack and Carl Casella will take delivery of the new Midas XL8 for their sound design on Allen Menken's new musical The Sister Act directed by Peter Schneider. Wally Flores will be at the helm of this new, must have digital console for the Pre-Broadway run at the Pasadena Playhouse.

THE WIZ eases on down the road to the La Jolla Playhouse 9-13-06

Projection Designer Michael Clark has specified Daktronics Protour 8mm LED, Dataton Watchout and Sanyo LCD projectors from Pat Green and the Sound Associates video department; while Peter Fitzgerald, with help from Janet Smith and Ty Lackey, put together the Sound system for this Mega Revival.

FASHION WEEK FALL 2006 9-13-06

Randy Hansen and Erich Bechtel of ADI once again look to Sound Associates for production support with their sound design during this season of fashion events.


Utilizing a massive Meyer self powered line array system, consisting of M3D, M3D SUB, MILO, MICA, M1D and 700HP, Dominick Sack and Josh Marks help bring Opera to the masses. PJ Volpe and Rob Gorton from the MET audio department guided the system from Central Park to Staten Island.

Congratulations to all of our 2006 Tony winners! 6-16-06

Kudos to the Sound Design Teams as well; their unrecognized hard work is an integral part to every Broadway Show.
The History Boys - 6 Tony's!
The Drowsy Chaperone - 5 Tony's!
Jersey Boys - 4 Tony's!
The Pajama Game - 2 Tony's!

Yonkers Business Week 6-11-06

Sound Associates Inc. provides full Audio Visual services for this annual 5 day event, which is spread over several venues. We are proud to grow along with the City of Yonkers and look forward to next year.

Hot Feet 6-11-06

Sound Associates has provided Acme Sound Partners with a smokin' Meyer Sound Mica System (along with others) for the new musical Hot Feet. Scott Sanders handles FOH duties on a DigiCo D5T.

Disney's The Lion King with Steve Kennedy and John Shivers 6-11-06

Sound Associates once again teams up with Steve Kennedy, John Shivers and Andrew Keister to help this blockbuster musical move into it's new home. The state of the art sound system had a 4 week build in our shop and is on the way to the Minskoff Theatre.

The Drowsy Chaperone 6-11-06

FOH engineer Daryl Kral handles the mixing duties for this Acme Sound Partners show at the Marquee Theatre. SAI provided the audio system for both the out of town trial and Broadway run.

Burleigh Grimes has Sound and Video from Sound Associates 6-11-06

Projection Designer Michael Clark has specified a Dataton Watchout and LCD projector system from the Sound Associates video department; while Peter Fitzgerald, with help from Julie Pittman, puts together a Meyer Sound system for this Off-Broadway production.

Blast II steps out from Sound Associates to Japan 6-11-06

Sound Designer Mark Hood and his team, including FOH engineer Bob Comley have just completed their shop prep for the popular brass infused show "BLAST". The system boasts among it's arsenal: a 16 box Meyer M2D main PA, a Yamaha PM5D at FOH and a networked 32 channel Shure UHF-R Wireless Microphone system.