Thursday, September 29, 2:15 pm — 3:45 pm (Rm 408A)
There is no doubt that audio and sound is essential to every storyline. It enhances the visual experience and adds depth, dimension, and emotion. It is sound that engages the viewer and drives the storyline. The creativity of the audio design and balancing of multiple audio elements produces the key "sonic signature" of the sound and brings a unique life to the content. In the spirit of SMPTE’s centennial year, this panel will look back at key developments in audio and sound technologies for both broadcast and cinema and how these have affected production for live events, movie shoots and post-production sound. The panel will discuss important milestones such as digital recording, editing and distribution, immersive audio and, perhaps, if we’re lucky, share a few personal experiences and memories as they travel along with the evolution.
Coproduced with Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
|This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Broadcast and Online Delivery|