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The Art and Craft of Sound Design- Interview with Bishwadeep Chatterjee

PT met up with Bishwadeep Chatterjee, one of India’s most esteemed Sound Designer. In this extremely insightful interview, he generously shares his unique perspective and experience on music recording and sound design..... read more

Bose Professional Assures an IMMERSIVE SOUNDSCAPE At Sardar Patel Stadium – The Largest Cricket Stadium in the World

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were welcomed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as they arrived for the “Namaste Trump” event on 24 Feb 2020..... read more

Shankar and Siddharth Mahadevan’s Lambodara Studios – Leaves you Breathless

Auroville based leading acoustic consultancy & audio video system design firm Sound Wizard was tasked with designing acclaimed singer, composer and music director Shankar Mahadevan’s ..... read more

In Conversation With Sreejesh Nair

Besides being a part of the first Dolby Atmos Mix theater installation in India and the first Dolby Atmos Premiere Mix room in the world, Sreejesh Nair has been responsible for crafting the sound for major films like Bombay Velvet, Gangs of Wasseypur - II, Agneepath..... read more

Stained Class Productions - Beyond the Realms of Sound

Meet the father & son duo, Murugan N. and Mrinal N. whose musical influence has been Judas Priest and who have aptly named their studio after the fourth studio album of Judas Priest - Stained Class. Mrinal who manages the technical aspects ..... read more

Independent Producers Blurb on their Music and Technology

One of Asia’s largest music festivals, OPPO Sunburn in association with Percept Live and Klassique Events Goa returned to its birthplace Goa, this December after a hiatus of 3 years. The festival which made a grand homecoming for its 13th edition at Vagator for a three-day showcase ..... read more

Sequence of Steps to Follow on Resuming Studio Operations Post an Extended Duration of Shutdown

Munro Acoustics India has put together a suggestion/ guideline document after consulting many studios and engineers across the world to aid their clients in the Indian Subcontinent, Middle East and SE Asia..... read more

Acoustic and Audio System Design for Small Rooms - Part 1

Acoustic and audio system design for a “small room” can be extremely challenging, especially for critical listening applications like control rooms and reference home cinemas. It is vital to understand the relationship between system..... read more

Harman Reigns Supreme in Indian Cinemas

Sound in the cinema, until recently, was dictated by standardized speaker layouts. If you are from the commercial cinema project, from the first design to the finished furnishings..... read more

Recording To Records

Music in India has changed drastically. This music and song driven country which is largely dominated by Bollywood soundtracks, has in the past year seen less of originals and more of old songs being plagiarised..... read more

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Continental Cuisine and Consistent Sound Served at Mumbai’s Typhoon Shelter




Giving shelter to those hungry for an authentic Chinese cuisine, the Typhoon Shelter restaurant in Mumbai has become one of the most popular hangouts for the young and old foodies in the city. Based on the concept of Hong Kong’s typhoon shelters, this restaurant is situated in the thriving Phoenix Mills compound in the swanky Lower Parel area of Mumbai.



The design of the restaurant has been made to create an immersive experience of sitting in the middle of an approaching typhoon. The ceiling depicts thunder clouds, giving a sense of foreboding and curiosity at the same time. Subtle lighting, Chinese motifs, visual elements and thematic music, complete the entire experience.

With a variety of spaces, including the main seating area, bar area and an exclusive private area, the Typhoon Shelter needed a multifunctional and diverse range of sound equipment. Kapil Thirwani and Prashant Nair from Munro Acoustics visited the area and found that the NEXO GEO M620 would be the perfect fit for the restaurant.



The GEO M620 is a full-range unit for stand-alone, curved array or line array application. Extremely compact in size (191 x 373 x 260 mm), the M620 module punches well above its weight of less than 10 kgs. “Our most important design objective was to achieve uncompromised sound quality, and multi-functionality for the system. The combination of high power and low visual impact makes the Geo M620 the perfect choice for the restaurant,” says Prashant Nair from Munro acoustics India.

The M6 line array configuration consists of seven speakers with two speakers covering bar area and 2 speakers at the each per side of restaurant where they are virtually invisible. And one speaker at the back side of restaurant covering private sitting area. 7 units of the NEXO GEO M620 speakers were installed at the restaurant along with 3 units of the Nexo LS18 subs. Clever cabinet design empowers the LS18 sub bass module to bring new levels of versatility to NEXO GEO products. 3 units of the high efficiency NEXO DTD amplifiers completed the sound experience.



Being an experiential restaurant, the Typhoon Shelter required an immersive sound experience, which was given to them by Yamaha and NEXO. Serviced by Munro Acoustics, the Typhoon Shelter also received installation and training for the equipment. After sales support was also offered to the Typhoon Shelter restaurant by Yamaha and Munro Acoustics.


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