Aviom President and Co-founder, Carl Bader
Aviom announces that its president and co-founder Carl Bader (pictured) will offer his expertise on digital audio networks for live applications during two live sound panels at AES 2010.
The first of these is “Live Monitoring and Latency with Digital Audio Networks,” moderated by Umberto Zanghieri, ZP Engineering srl, which takes place on Friday, November 5, from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. and includes panelists Bader, AVA Networks’ Kevin Gross, Shure’s Michael Lester and Avid’s Robert Scovill. Bader will present real-world examples and discuss issues related to audio latency and digital networks, specifically when considering personal monitoring and traditional, speaker-based monitoring for live situations. He will also address performers’ preferences and habits, and how these factor into technology decisions.
In addition, Bader will discuss audio networks for live sound applications during “Networked Audio for Live Sound,” moderated by Jonathan Novick (Audio Precision) and including panelists Bader, AVA Networks’ Kevin Gross and Lee Minich of Lab X Technologies; it takes place Sunday, November 8, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This seminar will cover the different types of audio networks available and provide attendees with the tools necessary to make an informed decision as to whether digital audio networking makes sense for their live sound businesses.
“Aviom’s products are designed to address the challenges such as latency that are often associated with digital audio networks, providing sound professionals and musicians alike with systems that deliver high-fidelity digital audio, and that are intuitive to those familiar with analog systems,” says Bader. “More and more users are transitioning to digital solutions and benefitting from the simplicity of setup that digital audio networking has to offer. I’m happy to be a part of these panels to help give audio professionals practical advice about how to use digital audio networks.”
Other live sound session topics include The Greening of Live Audio for Medium and Small Operators; Economics-Driven Change of Touring; Measurement Microphones; Measurement Systems and Applications; Wireless Microphones for the Future; Subwoofer Directionality; Live Sound for Corporate Events: Why It’s Not “Just” Talking Heads; Fill Speakers in Live Sound Reinforcement Systems; San Francisco Live Sound in the ’70s; Electroacoustic Enhancement Systems: LARES, VRAS, AFC, SIAP; and Off the Grid: Generator Power.
For complete information on live sound conferences at the 129th AES Convention, go to www.aeslivesound.com.