AES New York 2013
Sunday, October 20, 11:00 am — 12:30 pm (Room 1E10)
W27 - DSP Studio MonitoringChair:
Dave Malekpour, Professional Audio Design Inc. - Pembroke, MA, USA; Augspurger Monitors
Michael Blackmer, Professional Audio Design
David Kotch, Criterion Acoustics
Andrew Munro, Munro Acoustics, Dynaudio Acoustics - London, UK
Carl Nappa, Extreme Institute by Nelly - Saint Louis, MO, USA
Paul Stewart, Genelec
Monitoring systems have evolved over the last decade to include DSP systems for both room correction and system voicing. We will explore how this affects the listening environment for control rooms, mastering, and critical listening environments. We will examine room measurements, and correction curves employed with subsequent results. The panelists will discuss their experiences and show real world examples of how this has worked and not worked in applications.
We will look at how this impacts the users listening environment for accuracy and sonic quality. We will also explore how it affects studio design and how it is implemented by manufacturers to get the results they want from the speaker design.