AES New York 2013
Knowledge Center Seminar Details

Friday, October 18, 10:00 am — 11:30 am (Booth 2738)

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Lectrosonics Showcase with Karl Winkler

Presenter:
Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics - Rio Rancho, NM, USA

Abstract:
Karl Winkler, Director of Business Development at Lectrosonics shows off all the latest and greatest from Lectrosonics.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 10:00 am — 11:00 am (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": "Bassy" Bob Brockman

Abstract:
Bassy Bob (P. Diddy/Santana/Christina Aquilera/Sting/the Fugees) gives an insight into his 3-D mixing approach using a combination of EQ, compression, and placement.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 11:00 am — 12:30 pm (Room 1E03)

iZotope Presents: Tips from a Pro: LIVE! Audio Woes in Music and Post Production

Presenters:
Jared Bartlett
Chris Shaw
Jonathan Wyner, Berklee College of Music - Boston, MA, USA; M Works Mastering

Abstract:
iZotope Presents: Tips from a Pro: LIVE! Audio Woes in Music and Post Production

In a discussion lead by Jonathan Wyner (Mastering Engineer, M-Works Mastering), Chris Shaw (Engineer and Producer: Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen), and Jared Bartlett (Post Production Mixer, Clean Cuts) share their stories of audio gone wrong and how they saved the take. Hear about their audio production processes and see how their perspectives, from an array of audio job titles, can be applied to your audio workflow.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 11:00 am — 12:00 pm (Room 1E06)

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PMC "Masters of Audio": A Joe Ferla Retrospective with SPARS

Presenter:
Joe Ferla, Joe Ferla - Stamford, NY, USA

Abstract:
Joe Ferla, a five-time Grammy Award recipient and renowned engineer to some of the best musicians in the industry, will be presenting tracks for listening from his extensive discography. After each track is played he will answer any questions regarding the track such as how he recorded the artist, which mics he used on what instrument, etc. Songs from artists such as Roberta Flack (that started his career off), David Sanborn, John Scofield, Eliane Elias, Dave Douglas, Christian McBride, Charlie Hunter, and others will be featured in this unique listening experience.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 11:00 am — 12:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Friday, October 18, 11:30 am — 1:00 pm (Booth 2738)

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Radio Active Designs: Ask an RF Expert!

Presenter:
James Stoffo, Radio Active Designs - Key West, FL, USA

Abstract:
Now's your chance to ask frequency coordinator par excellance James Stoffo anything you want about wireless frequencies, dealing with the white space crunch, your wireless setup or Radio Active Designs' suite of products! He'll be at the booth during the indicated times, or you can tweet to @gothamsound #RADanswers all weekend!

If you've turned on a TV in the last 30 years, you've probably heard James Stoffo's work. His credits include 14 consecutive Superbowls, the Olympics, the World Cup, multiple NBA All Star Games, NBA Finals, and Rose Bowl games. James is also one of the principals of Radio Active Designs, a new manufacturer of innovative wireless communication devices meant to alleviate spectral congestion while providing excellent audio quality, reliability, and RF performance.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 12:30 pm — 2:00 pm (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": Jimmy Douglass

Abstract:
Jimmy Douglass (also known as The Senator) is an American four-time Grammy winning recording engineer and record producer, whose prolific career has spanned more than four decades. JD will present some of his latest projects like Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience, as well as some of his favorite past time productions. JD will take ample time to answer your questions!!

 
 

Friday, October 18, 1:00 pm — 2:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Friday, October 18, 1:30 pm — 2:30 pm (Booth 2738)

Wisycom Showcase with Massimo Polo

Presenter:
Massimo Polo, Wisycom - Vicenza, Italy

Abstract:
Imagine a world without 25 MHz block restrictions. That’s what the Wisycom family of products envisions, with high quality diversity wireless systems built to operate over an impressively wide bandwidth.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": Ronald Prent/Darcy Proper, "The Lori Liebermann Surround Sessions"

Abstract:
Award winning engineers Ronald and Darcy will take you through the process of mixing and mastering the first ever surround recordings of singer/songwriter Lorie Lieberman's new album: Bricks against the Glass, recently released on the Pure Audio Blu Ray audio only format in high resolution. As the writer of the world-renowned song “Killing Me Softly,” which has been made famous by Roberta Flack and more recently by the Fugees, the new album shows the immense songwriting talent and musicianship and includes the world’s first ever 5.1 mix of "Killing Me Softly." The surround album was produced by PMC’s own Maurice Patist.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 3:00 pm — 4:00 pm (Booth 2738)

Multitrack Recording in the Field with Jon Tatooles of Sound Devices

Presenters:
Jon Tatooles, Sound Devices
Pat McConnell, Sound Devices

Abstract:
Join our favorite Sound Devices duo, Jon Tatooles and Pat McConnell as they discuss the rise of unscripted dialogue sound production and the increasing demand for iso track as well as mix track deliverables. Let these field savvy mixers fill you with the tools and techniques for perfect delivery, every time.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 3:00 pm — 4:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Friday, October 18, 4:30 pm — 5:30 pm (Room 1E06)

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PMC "Masters of Audio": Ulrike Schwarz

Presenter:
Ulrike Schwarz, Bayerischer Rundfunk - München, Germany

Abstract:
Last year, Latvian conductor Mariss Jansons fulfilled his heart’s desire and performed all of Beethoven’s symphonies together with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in one of the world’s most beautiful concert halls – the Suntory Hall in Tokyo. Ulrike Schwarz was the recording and mixing engineer for this immense project. A total of 67 stringed instruments made the trip (34 violins, 13 violas, 11 cellos, and 9 basses), plus 23 brass instruments, and a full complement of wind. Nor is this just "any" orchestra. In 2008, Gramophone placed the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra sixth in the world, ahead of numerous (far) more fancied competitors.

 
 

Friday, October 18, 4:30 pm — 6:00 pm (Booth 2738)

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RF Mics, Spectrum and the Future with Karl Winkler of Lectrosonics

Presenter:
Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics - Rio Rancho, NM, USA

Abstract:
Straight from Rio Rancho, Karl Winkler has been staying up well past his bedtime preparing to tell you about the future of RF. Are the terms “spectrum” and “FCC Regulation” keeping you up at night? Do you worry about your wireless future? Then let Karl be your crystal ball and do not miss this presentation!

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 10:00 am — 11:30 am (Booth 2738)

Multitrack Recording in the Field with Jon Tatooles of Sound Devices

Presenters:
Jon Tatooles, Sound Devices
Pat McConnell, Sound Devices

Abstract:
Join our favorite Sound Devices duo, Jon Tatooles and Pat McConnell as they discuss the rise of unscripted dialogue sound production and the increasing demand for iso track as well as mix track deliverables. Let these field savvy mixers fill you with the tools and techniques for perfect delivery, every time.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 10:00 am — 11:30 am (Room 1E06)

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PMC "Masters of Audio": Jim Anderson, " 'Sixteen Sunsets' Jazz in Surround with Jane Ira Bloom"

Presenter:
Jim Anderson, New York University - New York, NY, USA

Abstract:
Award winning soprano saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom has always had a special feeling for ballads. The albumSixteen Sunsets features nine tunes from the American songbook classics including: Gershwin's "I Loves You Porgy," Kern's "The Way You Look Tonight," Arlen's "Out of This World," Weill's "My Ship," Jimmy Van Heusen's "Darn That Dream," and Billie Holiday & Mal Waldron's "Left Alone," among others.

The album was recorded in 5.1 high-resolution Surround Sound at New York's famed Avatar Studio B by renowned engineer Jim Anderson who also co-produced and pushed the envelope of how a jazz quartet could sound using 5.1 recording techniques. JIB felt that "Surround" was a perfect match for the soprano sax because the sound doesn't emanate directly from the bell of the horn, it radiates out in all directions from the instrument in a more diffuse way. The saxophone was literally surrounded by a satellite array of mics for the sessions, and JIB's playing style was very well suited to the technique since she is always moving when playing.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 10:00 am — 11:00 am (Room 1E03)

The Musical iPad

Presenters:
Vincent Leonard, Invinceable Entertainment - Glen Mills, PA USA
Thomas Rudolph

Abstract:
The Musical iPad

Thousands of music apps—designed to assist you with every aspect of your life as a musician, hobbyist, student, or educator—are available for the iPad. Rudolph and Leonard guide you step by step through the most popular and productive musical apps for the iPad, demonstrating how to apply them in your musical life.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 11:00 am — 12:00 pm (Room 1E03)

Ableton Grooves

Presenter:
Josh Bess

Abstract:
Ableton Grooves

Ableton Grooves empowers you to create realistic-sounding drum grooves using Ableton Live and the Ableton Grooves Drum Racks, specifically created by certified Ableton Live trainer and presenter Josh Bess. The concepts demonstrated by Bess become stepping-stones to a new way of thinking and creating while introducing diverse groove styles.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 11:00 am — 12:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 11:30 am — 1:00 pm (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": Michael Brauer

Presenter:
Michael Brauer

Abstract:
In the Mix with Q&A

Multi-Grammy winning engineer Michael Brauer is a New York-based mix engineer whose credits encompass a wide range of genres and include The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Coldplay, John Mayer, Ash, My Morning Jacket, Ben Folds, Dream Theater, The New Radicals, Change, Fountains of Wayne, David Poe, Wilco, Alpha Rev, and Ron Sexsmith.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 12:30 pm — 2:30 pm (Booth 2738)

Gotham Sound presents Martin Kelly: Mastering Multitrack Audio Using Network Based Solutions on Spike TV’s INK MASTER

Presenter:
Martin Kelly, Pine Bush, NY, USA

Abstract:
Join Martin Kelly for a fascinating presentation on custom solutions for the technical challenges he faced as the audio supervisor on Spike TV’s Ink Master.

Competition reality television shows have especially complex audio requirements. Even in the best of circumstances, the sound department must provide multiple mixes in real time, all with pristine audio, with no retakes. On Ink Master, the audio department faces the additional dilemma of noisy tattoo guns and a massive number of microphone channels for contestants, judges, and the human canvases.

Sound Supervisor Martin Kelly discusses the details of the design and implementation of Ink Master's production sound mixing and recording systems. Dante network technology was used to connect and integrate mixers and recorders from multiple manufacturers including Yamaha, Lectrosonics, JoeCo, Sound Devices and Boom Recorder.

After the discussion, a custom touch screen audio control surface created to allow an operator to route the 40 inputs to up to 8 camera mixes on the fly will be demonstrated followed by a q&a session.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 1:00 pm — 2:00 pm (Room 1E03)

iZotope Tips from a Pro: LIVE! Sound Design for Trailer Music

Presenter:
Anthony Baldino, Composer, Sound Designer, Sencit Music

Abstract:
iZotope Tips from a Pro: LIVE! Sound Design for Trailer Music

Chances are, you’ve heard the work of Anthony Baldino in some of this summer’s blockbuster movie trailers (Star Trek: Into Darkness, Zero Dark Thirty) or in your favorite video games (Tom Clancy: Splinter Cell Blacklist). Touching on topics such as sample sourcing, emerging technologies, and effects processing, this presentation aims to prompt even more creativity and ingenuity in sound design for a variety of applications, from sound sourcing to composition techniques.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 1:00 pm — 2:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm (Room 1E03)

Intelligent Compression in the Analog Domain

Presenter:
Michael Deming, CharterOak Acoustic Devices

Abstract:
Intelligent Compression in the Analog Domain

Utilizing a unique control circuit, a totally new approach to AGC, and entirely discrete electronics, the CharterOak SCL-1 provides completely artifact free compression. The device achieves this through waveform differentiation and integration. The SCL-1 employs a rectifier circuit that has a parabolic average charge curve. The intent of the circuit is to provide fast releases of rhythmic and staccato peaks, and longer releases of legato notes, within the user established range of dynamic compression, which release to a continually changing average level or sustained music, which is determined by the parabolic charge curve of the storage capacitors.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 2:30 pm — 3:30 pm (Room 1E06)

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PMC "Masters of Audio": A Joe Ferla Retrospective with SPARS

Presenter:
Joe Ferla, Joe Ferla - Stamford, NY, USA

Abstract:
Joe Ferla, a five-time Grammy Award recipient and renowned engineer to some of the best musicians in the industry, will be presenting tracks for listening from his extensive discography. After each track is played he will answer any questions regarding the track such as how he recorded the artist, which mics he used on what instrument, etc. Songs from artists such as Roberta Flack (that started his career off), David Sanborn, John Scofield, Eliane Elias, Dave Douglas, Christian McBride, Charlie Hunter and others will be featured in this unique listening experience.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 3:00 pm — 4:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 3:00 pm — 6:00 pm (Booth 2738)

Wisycom Showcase with Massimo Polo

Presenter:
Massimo Polo, Wisycom - Vicenza, Italy

Abstract:
Imagine a world without 25 MHz block restrictions. That’s what the Wisycom family of products envisions, with high quality diversity wireless systems built to operate over an impressively wide bandwidth.

 
 

Saturday, October 19, 3:30 pm — 5:30 pm (Room 1E06)

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PMC "Masters of Audio": Young Guru

Presenter:
Young Guru, Roc Nation - Brooklyn, NY

Abstract:
The Era of the Engineer

Revered as “The Sound of New York,” Young Guru (Jay Z, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Beyonce) possesses over a decade of experience in sound engineering and production for the acclaimed Roc-A-Fella Records and Def Jam Recordings. Through his lecture and demo series, #eraoftheengineer, Guru examines the recent emergence of a new generation of do-it-yourself engineers, analyzing and demonstrating what it means for the culture at large. There will be ample time for Q&A so this is your chance to ask Young Guru that question you always wanted to ask!!

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 10:00 am — 11:00 am (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": Chris Tabron

Presenter:
Chris Tabron

Abstract:
Beyonce “SOS, the Reggae Mix”

Having worked with the likes of Beyonce, Robin Thicke, Santigold, John Legend, Shiny Toy Guns, and Mike Posner Chris will present the latest single he mixed for Beyonce, as well as a cross selection of his versatile work while explaining his approach.

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 10:00 am — 11:00 am (Booth 2738)

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RF Mics, Spectrum and the Future with Karl Winkler of Lectrosonics

Presenter:
Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics - Rio Rancho, NM, USA

Abstract:
Straight from Rio Rancho, Karl Winkler has been staying up well past his bedtime preparing to tell you about the future of RF. Are the terms “spectrum” and “FCC Regulation” keeping you up at night? Do you worry about your wireless future? Then let Karl be your crystal ball and do not miss this presentation!

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 11:00 am — 12:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Presenter:
Tom Der, Soundcraft USA

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 11:30 am — 12:30 pm (Room 1E06)

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PMC "Masters of Audio": A Joe Ferla Retrospective with SPARS

Presenter:
Joe Ferla, Joe Ferla - Stamford, NY, USA

Abstract:
Joe Ferla, a five-time Grammy Award recipient and renowned engineer to some of the best musicians in the industry, will be presenting tracks for listening from his extensive discography. After each track is played he will answer any questions regarding the track such as how he recorded the artist, which mics he used on what instrument, etc. Songs from artists such as Roberta Flack (that started his career off), David Sanborn, John Scofield, Eliane Elias, Dave Douglas, Christian McBride, Charlie Hunter, and others will be featured in this unique listening experience.

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 12:30 pm — 4:00 pm (Booth 2738)

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Radio Active Designs: Ask an RF Expert!

Presenter:
James Stoffo, Radio Active Designs - Key West, FL, USA

Abstract:
Now's your chance to ask frequency coordinator par excellance James Stoffo anything you want about wireless frequencies, dealing with the white space crunch, your wireless setup or Radio Active Designs' suite of products! He'll be at the booth during the indicated times, or you can tweet to @gothamsound #RADanswers all weekend!

If you've turned on a TV in the last 30 years, you've probably heard James Stoffo's work. His credits include 14 consecutive Superbowls, the Olympics, the World Cup, multiple NBA All Star Games, NBA Finals, and Rose Bowl games. James is also one of the principals of Radio Active Designs, a new manufacturer of innovative wireless communication devices meant to alleviate spectral congestion while providing excellent audio quality, reliability, and RF performance.

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 12:45 pm — 2:00 pm (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": iStandard Producers

Abstract:
iStandard Producers Teams up with PMC Audio & Platinum Producer !llmind (Producer for Kanye West, 2Chainz, Eminem, 50 Cent & More) to bring you the BLAP Celebrity Beat Cypher. Often done at iStandard "Beat Camp" at SAE in various cities, powered by PMC Audio, BLAP is a round robin type producer showcase where your favorite Hip Hop producers play music from their catalog as well as new beats exclusive to the audience. Also confirmed are multi-Grammy Award Winning/multi-Platinum Producer Rockwilder (Producer for Jay-z, 50 Cent, Pink, Missy, Redman & More) and Jimi Kendrix, Multi Platinum Producer for 50 Cent, Ja Rule, Jay-Z, Tupac & More.

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 1:00 pm — 2:30 pm (T-1 Exhib.Fl.)

Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Abstract:
Soundcraft MWP Si Training

Join Soundcraft for hands-on training with the popular Si Expression and Si Performer series of digital audio consoles. Learn how to operate these consoles from factory expert and product specialist Tom Der, in a 90 minute training session right on the show floor. As well as surface operation, system configuration, and facility integration will be discussed and demonstrated in detail; learn how to multitrack record via the latest in network technology such as Dante, MADI, and USB Firewire and how you can finally solve the master-slave issue between two consoles! Everyone is welcome and you can also experience the 53-ft demonstration trailer, kitted out with the latest technologies from Harman!

 
 

Sunday, October 20, 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm (Room 1E06)

PMC "Masters of Audio": PMC @ the Movies

Abstract:
As the leading provider of high resolution monitors in the composer and movie scoring market, PMC will present the original 5.1 music tracks from movies like Turbo, Pacific Rim, Game of Thrones, Wreck it Ralph, X-Men, and many more! Imagine what a movie would sound like without the great music!

 
 


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