Meeting Topic: Dante Day: Audio over IP Symposium
Moderator Name: Carsten Goldberg (HAW Hamburg), Malte Hildebrandt (HAW Hamburg)
Speaker Name: Gerrit Carstens (Yamaha Music Europe); Thomas Klukas (Shure Germany); Christoph Neumeyer (Shure Germany); Daniel Schröfel (Shure Germany); Michael Schüler (Audio Pro Heilbronn); Jörg Kretschmer (Audio Pro Heilbronn); Christian da Silva Santos (Bose GmbH); Andreas Hänsel (Bose GmbH); Frank Ruppert (Bose Professional); Jürgen Wilhelm (d&b audiotechnik GmbH); Vicent Perales (d&b audiotechnik GmbH); Janko Ramuscak (d&b audiotechnik GmbH); Mike Göhler (Fohhn Audio); Bart Swinnen (LUMINEX Network Intelligence); Dimitri Jannis (LUMINEX Network Intelligence); Tim Cascioli MST Medien-Systemtechnik GmbH; Fabian Spille MST Medien-Systemtechnik GmbH; Jan Lykke (NTP Technology); Kevin Jungk (Sennheiser); Martin Liermann (Sennheiser); Konstantin Septinus (Sennheiser); Senthilkumar Vellaichamy (Sennheiser); Arthur Koll (Yamaha Music Europe); Kieran Walsh (Audinate); Robert Mores (HAW Hamburg); Robin Bronner; Thomas Kusche;
Meeting Location: Hamburg, Germany
On Friday, April 15th, the Arts and Media Campus of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences opened its doors for the biggest Audio Network Technologies Event in Northern Germany: Dante Day.
Sponsored by Yamaha and organized by the AES Student Section Hamburg, Dante Day included technical presentations, demonstrations and roundtable discussions with absolute professionals on the topic of Audio Over IP. Top representatives from companies such as Audinate, Audio Pro, BFE, Bose, d&b Audiotechnik, Luminex, NTP, Sennheiser, Shure and Yamaha were all present to share their expertise and newest products with the symposium's participants.
Not only were guests at Dante Day able to experience this full program completely free of charge, they were also able to visit the newly-constructed studios at the university. To top off the event, students from the AES Student Section Hamburg held a concert upstairs in the studio, which was then streamed live through Dante, allowing guests downstairs to put their hands on the mixer themselves and play with the recorded tracks in real-time as they watched the video stream projected in the forum.
Written By: Benjamin Gallagher