Researchers provided a status on the Brushy Creek Amphitheater Sound Study at the August 3rd Hutto City Council meeting.
The update followed the sound testing they conducted July 21, in addition to extensive research into the amphitheater. The City had invited all interested residents of Hutto and the surrounding area to provide written feedback on what they heard and felt during the testing. In addition, residents volunteered to allow sound monitoring devices to be placed in their front yards during the test for scientific measuring.
The sound study is necessary partly due to a concert earlier this year at the amphitheater by a major national performer that utilized heavier, stronger bass than most performances there. Hutto leadership is exploring what steps can be taken to help reduce or prevent similar issues in the future.
In September of October, specific recommendations and cost estimates will be presented to the Hutto City Council, along with a projected timeline for completion. The public is always welcome at Council meetings.