AES San Francisco 2012
Sunday, October 28, 1:45 pm — 3:45 pm (Off-Site 1)
WH3 - Recording Music in 9.1 Height Surround
Workshop will be held at Pyramind, 832 Folsom Street (a 10-minute walk from Moscone Center).Chair:
Morten Lindberg, 2L (Lindberg Lyd AS) - Oslo, Norway
Stefan Bock, msm-studios GmbH - Munich, Germany
Wilfried Van Baelen, Auro Technologies - Mol, Belgium
Balance Engineer and Recording producer Morten Lindberg will present Norwegian 2L¹s approach to recording music in 9.1 surround sound. Playing original navigation for high-resolution audio on Blu-ray Disc. 352.8 kHz/24 bit masters, showing photos and stage layout from recording sessions and discussing the resources and considerations involved in the process of venue recording, editing, mix, and mastering. The workshop will also discuss how 9.1 can be encoded to the Blu-ray format and how the disc can be programmed for a CD-player-style screen-less navigation as Pure Audio Blu-ray. Morten Lindberg has produced twelve GRAMMY nominations since 2006 (seven of these for "Best Engineered Album" and "Best Surround Sound Album"). Wilfried Van Baelen is the founder of Galaxy Studios in Belgium and the creative force behind the new Auro-3D codec. Stefan Bock is the founder of msm-studios in Germany and the author of the AES-21id, Screen-less navigation for high-resolution audio on Blu-ray Disc.
Workshop will be held at Pyramind, 832 Folsom Street (a 10-minute walk from Moscone Center). Space is limited and tickets can be obtained at the AES Tours Desk.