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Do I need a sound for this dead body?

Without knowing the context or hearing your director's request, my thought is that he's looking for an emotional sound that will supplement the practical sound of the body hitting the floor, ie. a "...
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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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