AES 2017 & METAlliance Masterclass in Recap
AES 2017 was a great success. We got to meet up with new and old friends at the show and it turned out that our products were on display not only at our own booth...
This year was the debut of the combined show between The Audio Engineering Society and NAB on the East Coast. The two shows were separated in different halls, but overall the feeling was that the show was very well attended. The floor was buzzing.
And fortunately, this was also the case on the part of the show floor that was occupied by out booth! We had a lot of great meetings with existing and new potential partners within sales, distribution and technology, as well as the pro audio media.
We would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth for a chat and a demo of the new Pro|Mon|3 and MOM solution for professional monitoring. It was great seeing you and we hope that you found inspiration within the fields of audio-routing, IP Audio, including Audinate's Dante protocol and the AES67 standard, AD/DA/DD conversion, creation and switching between complex workflows and flexible monitoring in the studio.
Finally, browsing the aisles also revealed that there were quite a few AX32, DX32R, MTRX and MOM units around other exhibitors' booths. We have gathered a small collection of photos from the show that we hope can give you a sense of the vibe from the AES Show 2017.
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Dolby Atmos Demos at Genelec
Genelec had an impressive setup at their booth where they hosted immersive audio demos 4 times a day, using the Dolby Atmos 3D sound format. The audio-routing was handled by an AX32 and the DADman software, and for the hands-on monitor control, MOM stepped in to take charge.
METAlliance's 'In Session with Guys'
The AES Show ended on the 20th of October, but immediately after followed a quite unique masterclass in a classic NYC recording studio. The Power Station, formerly known as Avatar Studios, hosted a two-day masterclass that was organized by the METAlliance and named 'In Session with The Guys'.
In total 4 studios were put to good use simultaneously, and the '6 guys' took turns sharing a wealth of knowledge, experience and great advices with the participants. Oh, and 'the guys', whose brains you could pick during the sessions were no other than: Al Schmitt, Chuck Ainley, Frank Filipetti, Elliot Scheiner, George Massenburg and Ed Cherney!
During the sessions a bunch of MTRX and AX32 units were at work, and for Frank Filipetti and George Massenburg's sessions, a MOM monitor controller was also part of the setup. For now, here are a collection of photos from the first day, but please stay tuned, as we will follow up with more detailed articles about each of the studios and how the technical setup was laid out for these workshops. Also, a few dedicated user stories, featuring some of 'the guys', are also in the works!
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