— Open to all badgeholders, the PSE offers topical presentations on the latest in Audio Networking, Broadcast Audio and Post-Production/Sound for Picture —
New York, NY — AES Dublin attendees will have the opportunity to learn from top-name engineers and producers presenting at this year’s Professional Sound Expo, taking place inside the Product Showcase at the AES Dublin International Pro Audio Convention. Open to all AES badgeholders, the three-day expo offers a chance to explore the hardware and software on display at the convention and interact with professional audio manufacturers and distributors. Presentations will feature Audio Networking, Broadcast Audio and Post-Production/Sound for Picture and Recording and Production topics. Advance registration ends on March 18.
“We’re delighted to bring the Professional Sound Expo to Dublin, a city that’s home to so many great musicians and recording engineers,” states AES Dublin Professional Sound Expo coordinator and host Glenn Lorbecki. “The PSE stage focuses on the practical application of some of the scientific and technical content presented elsewhere at AES. From audio-over-IP to immersive sound design, and from miking techniques to control room tuning, we have a broad slate of topics that serve as an introduction to the comprehensive AES Dublin Technical Program.”
The Professional Sound Expo sessions will feature more than a dozen recording- and production-focused presentations such as “How Well Do Your Mixes Translate?” and an onstage interview with producer Gethin Pearson, as well as “Mitigating Audio Packet Loss Over IP for Live Broadcast,” “Immersive Audio Demystified” and “Remote Mixing and Remote Production – Workflows, Challenges, Benefits.” Sponsoring partner brands include Genelec and Tieline with additional presentations also by Lawo and Prism Sound.
Photo Caption: AES Dublin Professional Sound Expo coordinator and host Glenn Lorbecki
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