Sagrada Familia equipped with beyerdynamic microphones
March 01, 2013
The Sagrada Familia is probably Barcelona’s best-know tourist attraction, as well as being one of the most unusual and fascinating churches in Europe. Towering above its surroundings, it stands in the northern part of the city. In 1883 Antoni Gaudi was commissioned to complete a neo-Gothic cathedral that had been begun one year before. The church became his life’s work: he radically changed the plans and spent the last years of his life, right up to his death, on the building site. Even today, the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia, as the church is called in full, has yet to be completed, but it has grown to become an impressive building and total work of art, nevertheless.
However, it is this very spectacular architecture that constitutes such an enormous challenge in terms of audio technology. Gaplasa, beyerdynamic’s distribution partner in Spain, has succeeded in mastering this challenge.