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Surround sound system for Björk’s Cornucopia at The Shed Santiago Felipe, Getty Images
Surround sound system for Björk’s Cornucopia at The Shed

5@5: Björk, Post Malone, Hamilton & More

This week's industry news includes 360-degree sound design for Björk’s Cornucopia, stage and lighting design for Post Malone tour, immersive scenic design for Hamilton: The Exhibition, and more.

The 5@5 is released every Thursday at 5pm EST as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

Björk’s Cornucopia: Sci-Fi and Psychedelia in Surround at The Shed

Björk’s “Cornucopia” features elaborate multi-level staging, stunning lighting effects and video projections, and an immersive surround sound experience thanks to the 360-degree d&b audiotechnik Soundscape system powered by d&b’s En-Scene object-based mixing. 

Beerbongs & Bentleys: Post Malone's World Tour

Post Malone's Beerbongs & Bentleys Tour features stage design by creative director Lewis James and Travis Brothers and lighting by Ben Dalgleish.

Bright Future, HARMAN Professional Optimizing on Brand Integration 

HARMAN opens their Hungary-based factory to Martin lighting customers, distributors, giving a behind-the-scenes look at manufacturing its P3 fixtures, and their ongoing quality assurance, research and development. 

Inside Hamilton: The Exhibition With David Korins

David Korins, creative director and designer for "Hamilton: The Exhibition," a 360-degree immersive experience, brings to life “the imperfect men and women that built our national foundation and creates a deeper conversation about who we were then, who we are now, and who we hope to be as we move forward in the Great Experiment that is the United States of America.” 

Monday Musings: Experiential Reels

How do entertainment design companies want us to “experience” them? Ellen Lampert-Greaux, Creative & Conference Director, Live Design and LDI, highlights some compelling demo reels. 

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