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Surround Live Summary
[feature] On October 9, 2003 a unique day-long event took place at the Manhattan Center Studio complex’s Grand Ballroom. Surround Live was the first ever comprehensive event devoted exclusively to the creation, production, and reproduction of live performance audio in multichannel surround. Surround Live brought together nearly 250 working professionals from a cross section of the audio industry in a one-day interactive workshop, in conjunction with the AES 115th Convention in New York, to discuss the issues and technological challenges created by presenting music, drama, and theater in full multichannel surround audio formats to a live audience.
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