12Stone Church is a congregation of the Wesleyan Church with several campuses located in the suburbs of Atlanta GA. The Lawrenceville location features a ~2000 seat sanctuary that provides modern worship services and state of the art technologies. The E-coustic System enables the staff to change acoustics during services to provide clarity and intelligibility for the spoken word, optimum conditions for amplified music, and support for congregational participation
Stonebriar Community Church
Stonebriar Community Church was formed in 1998 as a nondenominational church - an independent church not affiliated with or governed by a denominational organization. After just six months, 1,500 people were attending worship services at our temporary location—a community college. In February 2001, Stonebriar opened the doors of its first worship center. Quickly, the 1,500-seat auditorium was filled during each of two Sunday-morning services. Five years later, a third Sunday-morning worship service to accommodate growth.
Roswell United Methodist Church
Roswell United Methodist Church (Roswell, GA) celebrated 175 years in ministry in 2011, and became one of the 10 largest United Methodist churches in the nation in 1997.
LDS Conference Center
The LDS Conference Center is the principal meeting hall for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It replaced the traditional use of the Salt Lake Tabernacle for the semi-annual LDS Church general conferences, major church gatherings, and other events. With over 1.4 million square feet of space, and a seating capacity of over 21,000, it is believed to be the largest theatre style auditorium ever built.
Central Synagogue, designated a New York City Landmark in 1966 and a National Historic Landmark in 1975, is the oldest synagogue in continuous use in New York City and one of the leading Reform congregations in the country. On August 28, 1998, a fire was accidentally ignited as workers were concluding a three-year renovation of the building. The roof and its supports were destroyed and several support beams fell, penetrating the sanctuary floor. The choir loft and organ were completely destroyed. Miraculously, the ark was spared because it was under a separate roof.
St. James Church
As the geometry of the venue or needs for acoustical delivery become more complex, the LARES system design can be altered to meet the challenge. If the church is large and has an antiphonal organ or choir, the timing of early and later energy from sources in both the front and rear of the space needs to be carefully accommodated and precisely delivered in order to maintain articulation. With LARES, this is easily accomplished.