Audio Systems

St. Michael’s Cave in Gibraltar


Nearly 40 years ago one of the first projects that the newly founded Electrosonic completed was a Son et Lumière for St. Michael’s Cave in Gibraltar. Over the years the system was upgraded piecemeal, but in 2002 the Government of Gibraltar decided on a complete refurbishment of the lighting and sound systems within the cave. The profile below is descriptive of the system up to the time of opening in 2002.

St Michaels Cave is situated at 300 meters above sea level, in the Rock of Gibraltar, and has interested visitors to the area since Roman times. The Cave was often reputed to be bottomless or part of a link to Africa, 15 miles away, and it has been the subject of many myths and stories through the centuries. With nearly a million visitors a year to the Cave, it has been one of the most popular visitor attractions in Gibraltar since World War II.

Northland Church

Longwood, Florida

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Electrosonic was the AV designer and integrator for the new sanctuary at Northland, A Church Distributed in Longwood, Florida as it moved from a converted skating rink seating about 1,200 parishioners to a purpose-built sanctuary seating 3,000 and boasting classrooms for adults and children, a day-care center, cafe, bookstore and offices. A non-denominational distributed church; Northland streams its services online and coordinates with services held at other locations in Florida and across the globe.