143rd AES CONVENTION Broadcast Audio Expo Session Details

AES New York 2017
Broadcast Audio Expo Session Details

Wednesday, October 18, 10:30 am — 11:15 am (Stage 1)

BAE01 - Total Production Networking

Mark Brunke, Optocore
Maciek Janiszewski, Optocore
Vinnie Macri, Clear-Com

Recently very hot topic with modern broadcast workflows is the signal format and transport. Is SDI format going to survive or IP will take over completely? What about audio and intercom? The session will reveal the best practice in the production networking using fiber cabling and fiber networks. Industry experts will discuss the modern approach and the way to combine high-bandwidth video with multiple audio, comms and data.


Wednesday, October 18, 11:15 am — 12:00 pm (Stage 1)

BAE02 - Audio over IP (AoIP)

Mark Davies, TSL Products

History of switching broadcast signals, packet switching vs crosspoints. Working through TDM solutions to the stage where Ethernet and IP become a viable solution for audio transport. A look at proposed standards to identify winners. Finally, AES67’s interoperation with proprietary audio standards, ST-2110 and its use in a full, video, audio and data, essence based broadcast production.


Wednesday, October 18, 1:00 pm — 1:45 pm (Stage 1)

BAE03 - Wireless Update 2018

Mark Brunner, Shure Incorporated - Niles, IL USA
Joe Ciaudelli, Sennheiser - Old Lyme, CT USA
Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics - Rio Rancho, NM, USA

The 600 MHz spectrum auction concluded last April. Join a panel of experts on spectrum matters, FCC regulations and the upcoming spectrum changes that affect all UHF wireless microphone, intercom, IEM and IFB operations in the core-TV bands.


Wednesday, October 18, 2:00 pm — 2:45 pm (Stage 1)


BAE04 - Music Mixing for Broadcast

Paul Special, Special Audio Sevices - Wantage, NJ, USA; ABC/Disney Television - New York, NY, USA


Wednesday, October 18, 3:00 pm — 3:45 pm (Stage 1)

BAE05 - Broadcast Music for GMA

Paul Special, Special Audio Sevices - Wantage, NJ, USA; ABC/Disney Television - New York, NY, USA
Jim vanBergen

Top music acts, such as Green Day, Taylor Swift, Ed Sherran or Brad Paisley perform on Good Morning America for millions. GMA’s award winning Broadcast Music Mixer Paul Special discusses what’s involved mixing ‘live to air,’ providing a detailed, behind the scenes look at the day to day planning, the equipment, the setup and the music mix for this EMMY award winning morning show.


Wednesday, October 18, 4:00 pm — 4:45 pm (Stage 1)

BAE06 - Live Music Mixing for Broadcast

Josiah Gluck

Josiah Gluck, Emmy-award winning sound engineer, takes a look at the special demands and challenges of mixing live music for broadcast. Josiah will explain the process of creating some of the most iconic and recognizable TV live music shows including Saturday Night Live – and how to turn inspiration into success.

AES Members can watch a video of this session for free.


Wednesday, October 18, 5:00 pm — 5:45 pm (Stage 1)

BAE07 - Real World AES67 Networking

Andreas Hildebrand, ALC NetworX GmbH - Munich, Germany
Claudio Becker-Foss, DirectOut
Will Hoult, Focusrite
Jeffrey Stroessner, Lawo
Nicolas Sturmel, Merging Technologies - Puidoux, Switzerland

The session, moderated by Andreas Hildebrand (ALC NetworX), focuses on practical aspects of using AES67 in the field. The panelist provide valuable insights experienced in real-world applications and share opinions on the importance of AES67 for the wider broadcast market. An outlook on the AES67 standard evolution and its potential influence on related emerging standards and other important industry work will round-up the discussion. Panelists include Nicolas Sturmel (Merging), Claudio Becker-Foss (DirectOut), Jeffrey Stroessner (Lawo) and Will Hoult (Focusrite).


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