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Audio-Over-IP Theater Program Announced

The sixth annual Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television has added a new technology track this year, to take place in the William Holden Theater on the Sony Pictures Studios lot, Culver City, Calif., on September 28.

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10:30 – 11:30 a.m.: Repurposing Your 5.1/7.1 Room for Networked Immersive Sound

Description: Networked audio post is here and it’s transforming the sound for picture industry. Hundreds of 5.1 and 7.1 sound editing and mix stages have been built over the past 25 years, and with the rapid acceptance of immersive audio formats in film and television, many, if not all, of them will be undergoing a technology changeover—to Cat5 and Cat6 wiring, ceiling speakers, 360-degree acoustical treatments, system integration, and all-new control and workflow paradigms. Find out how the major studios and independent editorial houses are repurposing their studios to incorporate Audio-Over-IP technologies, from production through deliverables.

Moderator: Patrick Killaney, Audinate


Dan Shimiaei, Chief Engineer, Formosa Group

Craig Holbrook, Chief Engineer, Westwind

Andrew Papastefano, System Integrator, SourceSound

Brian Armstrong, President, Streamline System Design

12:00 – 12:30 p.m.: Focusrite Presentation

1:30 – 2:00 p.m.: Streamline System Design Presentation

2:30 – 3:30 p.m.: 3 Studios, 1 Soundtrack: Immersive Sound Collaboration With Effects, Dialog, Music

Description: The Immersive Sound Revolution began in the large re-recording stages on big-budget films. It has since spread to all aspects of the production and post-production industries for film and television. Now there are “near-field” studios, sound design suites, dialog options and music mix facilities feeding immersive tracks to the re-recording stage for the final mix. Here, our panel of experts—from multiple immersive studios and multiple audio disciplines—discuss how a networked audio workflow contributes both to the creativity and efficiency of today’s immersive audio projects.

Moderator: Patrick Killaney, Audinate


Dan Shimiaei, Chief Engineer, Formosa Group

Brian Armstrong, President, Streamline System Design

Greg Ondo, Steinberg

Lane Burch, Chief Engineer, Sony Pictures Studios

4:15 – 4:45 p.m.: ProCo Audio Presentation

5:15 – 5:45 p.m.: Audinate Presentation