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Registration opens for AES@NAMM

Registration opens for AES@NAMM

Registration opens for AES@NAMM

World: The first details of the make-up of the AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium have been released as registration for the event opens. The four-day event will comprise a series of training academies and related sessions on line array technologies, live sound mixing consoles, wireless systems and studio environments, in addition to tutorials on system measurement and optimisation, plus a selection of technical papers in related fields.

‘The Audio Engineering Society is leveraging up-to-date expert knowledge from both its members and supportive pro audio equipment manufacturers,’ stated AES president, David Scheirman. ‘This symposium will throw a creative spotlight on the application of audio science and technology to sound system operations, along with studio workflow practices.’
The supporting manufacturers include Adamson, Bose Professional and EAW for the line array academy, QSC and Yamaha for mixing consoles, Lectrosonics and Sennheiser for wireless and Apogee, DigiGrid, Focal, Genelec, Meyer Sound and Waves for the studios academy.

‘We're pleased to be a part of the inaugural AES@NAMM programming at The NAMM Show 2018,’ said Marc Weber, director of product and brand management with Adamson Systems Engineering. ‘NAMM's effort to boost the live performance audio presence at this year's show is very encouraging. Our participation in the line array loudspeaker academy complements our dedicated focus on training and education for our users.’

‘Bose Professional looks forward to sharing configuration and set-up details of our ShowMatch system solutions during the AES@NAMM Symposium,’ added Jeff Lange, the company’s global loudspeaker trainer. ‘We will be providing hands-on training for our compact line array assembly with DeltaQ technology, along with details of our collaboration with Powersoft's DSP and amplification platform, and a thorough explanation of our line array calculation software using AFMG's EASE Focus.’

The Main Stage: Studio sessions coordinated by author and engineer/producer Bobby Owsinski will address a range of key operational parameters for recording and production facilities. The sound system measurement and optimisation tutorials will be presented by John Murray, Bruce Olson, Charlie Hughes, James Anderson, Chris Tsanjouries and Andrew Smith, who will discuss measuring and then optimising the technical performance of various audio systems. Newly added to the programme is the in-ear monitor academy, which will highlight the installation and operation of in-ear monitoring systems, and Main Stage: Live Sound, which will focus on setting up and using contemporary live-sound systems.

The technical papers sessions of peer-reviewed papers will be book-ended by Chinese-language sessions on selected pro audio topics curated and presented by Bing Li, who chairs the AES Guangzhou Professional Section, together with Xiaowei Fan, lecturer on acoustics at Communication University of China, Nanjing College. Spanish-language sessions on studio recording workflow processes will be presented and curated by Juan de Dios Martin, an experienced producer/engineer and Avid Pro Tools practitioner.

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