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EMP Makes Pulse with ENCO

EMP Makes Pulse with ENCO

Experience Music Project opened in Seattle on June 23. Thousands of visitors were treated to interactive exhibits, a popular music museum, a building designed by Frank O. Gehry and 32 channels of digital audio delivered by ENCO System’s DADpro32 Digital Audio Delivery System.

EMP is an interactive music museum created by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and Jody Allen Patton and inspired by the music of Jimi Hendrix. The collection at EMP includes nearly 80,000 artifacts from guitars, costumes, photographs, lyrics and more. EMP is using the DADpro32 system to feed digital audio to a custom digital audio router that drives interactive exhibits in the museum.

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