PSFK Talks to fabric’s Cameron Leslie

PSFK Talks to fabric’s Cameron Leslie
Colin Nagy
  • 22 september 2008

Different buildings have different challenges for sound– the sheer height of our amphitheatre style space meant there was a horrendous 3-second delay compared to our sub-0.75 second position at fabric.  As such the whole ceiling is coated in this deep papier maché style material which was sprayed on to deaden the sound.  It’s incredible how little reverb there is now – a simple clap of the hands is just killed immediately, no echo whatsoever.

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