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Nov 07

Sound design for museums and art installations

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This article is a few years old, but it offers an interesting take on how museums are using sound design in installations. “The art of sound questions how and what we hear, and what we make of it,” the curator Barbara London writes in her catalog essay to the Modern show — which means the movement has purchase on a lot that matters. Perched in an office high above MoMA’s garden,... Read More »

Nov 05

And we're back!

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I mean... We never really went anywhere, but after the surreal storm that hit us last week we were without power for the next 7 days. All of this, by the way, came after writing a post about how unpredictable weather calls for indestructible speakers like ours. We ended up cranking out speakers by generator power, headlamps and candlelight because this is Maine and Mainers persevere. This... Read More »

Oct 30

"All weather" should mean something in these unpredictable times

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We here in Maine—which is where we manufacture our lines of all weather speakers—woke up to super high winds and substantial flooding. In fact, there is flooding from Houston to up here in Maine. Fortunately we're okay despite all the downed limbs and some banged up cars throughout the state. But increasingly, as we all know, unpredictable weather is a bear. At Terra, "all weather" is... Read More »

Oct 10

Check out our custom-made 360 all weather speaker

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Beyond our great sounding, rugged products and our lifetime and longer-than-industry guarantees, we are increasingly known for our custom work. A client needed a speaker that could be mounted very close to the ground and the install location necessitated a 360 speaker. The client wanted the speaker to have a product that was modern and sleek that fit the design of the location, and so we... Read More »

Sep 18

rAVe covers our forthcoming Katahdin concrete bookshelf speakers

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Not long ago we excitedly announced our forthcoming Katahdin Series: These stylish recycled concrete bookshelf speakers are beautiful and, like all of our products, made in Maine. We named them Katahdin for our most iconic mountain, and this is a nod to the fact that they are constructed of handsome polished concrete. And if you’re into the green thing which—all things... Read More »