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Theater Sound Design Audio Editing Software

If you're in some kind of educational environment, college etc, then use what everybody else uses, or what the teacher/lecturer uses. That way you're only learning sound design, not also an entirely ...
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What rig or custom components would help record 360 degrees of stereo audio, not unlike human ears in a theatre

There are many different ways of recording 360 degree audio, binaural is probably the most common for for example VR/AR (usually 'headlocked', meaning the sounds stay in the same place relative to ...
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What rig or custom components would help record 360 degrees of stereo audio, not unlike human ears in a theatre

The Neumann KU-100 is designed specifically for binaural recording and testing. It requires post-processing after recording, but is as close to "standard" as things seem to get in this area.
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Di-Box, Audio interface or Both for live performances in theatres?

I suggest you get a DI box with a transformer. That kind of DI box handled three problems in one: Getting the correct level of signal: most signals from stage to mixer expect and preferr microphone ...
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