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AES Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality Program Details Revealed

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

The inaugural International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality has unveiled a packed program of technical papers, workshops and tutorials for the two-day event to be held on September 30 and October 1, 2016, co-located with the 141st AES Convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center’s West Hall. The AVAR Conference is focused on the AR/VR creative process, applications workflow and product development. The conference and manufacturer’s Expo will spotlight research institutions, developers and vendors that are providing immersive spatial audio for virtual-reality and augmented-reality media, demonstrably one the fastest-growing segments of the entertainment-audio industry.

Targeting content developers, researchers, manufacturers, consultants and students looking to expand their knowledge of sound production for VR and AR, a total of 27 technical papers will be offered during the two-day program, in addition to multiple practical workshops and tutorial sessions. The companion Expo will feature displays from leading-edge manufacturers and service providers. More »

Act Now for Exclusive Deals on AES Los Angeles Convention Housing

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

Housing Registration for the upcoming 141st AES International Convention in Los Angeles, September 29 to October 2, is now online. Many members have been solicited by unaffiliated booking services; exclusive AES negotiated hotel deals are available ONLY through the official AES link. Save time and money by booking your accommodations now for the world’s largest pro audio event of the year.

Exhibiting at the AES 141st International Convention in Los Angles?

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

The AES returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center this Fall for the largest pro audio event of the year. Companies looking to exhibit at the upcoming AES Los Angeles Convention, taking place this September 29 – October 2, are encouraged to book now for priority placement.

To reserve your booth follow the link below or contact Graham Kirk at graham.kirk@aes.org to discuss package options including sponsorships, advertising (including emails and newsletters) and special event session participation. http://www.aes.org/events/141/exhibitors/

Audionamix Releases Version 3 ADX Upgrades

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

Audionamix has officially released a v3 upgrade to its full ADX product line. ADX TRAX Pro 3, ADX TRAX 3 and ADX Vocal Volume Control 3 are now available on the Audionamix website, and via all verified resellers and international distributors.

ADX TRAX Pro 3 and ADX TRAX 3 (used for separating and isolating melodic content within a mono or stereo mastered mix) boast faster separation processing speeds, new STEMS file format export, consonants annotation tool, and zoom-to-fit options. ADX TRAX Pro 3 also includes spectrogram enhancements, and a “first-of-its-kind” pan-specific editing feature to directly edit audio content in specific slices of the stereo field. More »

Tascam Intros iXR iOS I/O

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

Tascam has introduced its iXR USB Audio/MIDI interface with iOS connectivity, developed to work in conjunction with iPad and iPhone music and recording apps.

Designed to bring mobile devices “into the world of professional audio,” Tascam calls the interface a “full-featured ‘Made for iPad’” device; it’s also PC/Mac compatible via USB. The iXR features direct connectivity to iPhones and iPads via the standard iOS Lightning or 30-pin connector. More »

L-Acoustics Launches “Ultra-compact” Kiva II Line Array

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

L-Acoustics announces the launch of the Kiva II, a new “ultra-compact modular line source,” said to offer 6dB of additional max SPL versus its predecessor, “maximized amplifier density with 16 ohm impedance, and a new rugged enclosure material.”

Kiva II features L-Acoustics’ Wavefront Sculpture Technology (WST), claimed to provide a long throw capability and deliver even SPL from the front row to the back of the audience. “Its coplanar transducer arrangement and new K-shaped coplanar transducer configuration generates a symmetric horizontal coverage of 100 degrees without secondary lobes over the entire frequency range,” says L-Acoustics. More »

Wavesland Master Classes Kick Off with Chris Lord-Alge

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

Waves Audio is introducing Wavesland, a professional audio estate in Franklin, Tennessee, near Nashville, where noted professionals will offer small-group master classes on mixing, recording, production, and other aspects of music and sound.

Working musicians, producers and engineers will spend a weekend exploring music and sound with leading audio practitioners in a collaborative educational environment complete with a working studio equipped with recording and mixing gear. Each Wavesland master class is limited to thirteen participants. More »

Sennheiser Preps Wireless Mic User Support for Pending Spectrum Reallocation

July 7th, 2016 | Posted in News, newsletter

The wireless spectrum reallocation — which is underway through a continuation of the process called the ‘incentive auction’ — will have a direct impact on thousands of wireless microphone users across the country. Wireless systems manufacturer, Sennheiser’s support for its customer base includes education, communication and new product development, the latter including the recently announced A1 range, a new frequency variant for the Sennheiser evolution wireless ew 100 G3 and ew 300 IEM G3 series.

To accommodate the increasing demand for mobile broadband services in North America, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Department of Industry of Canada (IC) have agreed on a future reallocation of spectrum in the UHF band in order to accommodate demands for mobile broadband. The 600 MHz range, which is currently used for TV broadcast and wireless microphones, and possibly the upper range of the 500 MHz band, will be repurposed based on the results of a spectrum auction. For wireless microphone users, this means that many of the UHF TV channels used today may no longer be available for microphone usage in the future. More »

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