TC Electronic's Thomas Lund
Industry veterans from TC Electronic will participate in three separate panels related to the 129th AES Convention in San Francisco's Moscone Center from November 4-7, 2010.
TC Electronic HD Development Manager Thomas Lund will participate in two panel discussions at AES 2010: “Loudness, Metadata and other Audio Concerns for DTV,” which is chaired by Tomlinson Holman of USC's School of Cinematic Arts and Viterbi School of Engineering, and takes place Friday, November 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and “Keep Turning it Down! Developing an Exit Strategy for the Loudness Wars,” also on Friday, November 5, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and chaired by Martin Walsh of DTS Inc. “With loudness being a hot topic for professionals in all areas of the audio and broadcast industry, I’m happy to be a part of these panels to help bring this issue to light and give those working in the trenches some practical solutions,” Lund says. “The issue of loudness is something I’m dealing with in my professional life every day and is a topic I’m very passionate about.”
TC Electronic's Steve Strassberg
Steve Strassberg, vice president of Sales, HD and Broadcast for TC Electronic, will present at a special symposium titled "Surround Live 8: Absolutely Surrounded," a special event that will be held prior to the AES Convention on Wednesday, November 3, at NCM Fathom Facility (formerly Sony Metreon), 101 Fourth Street in San Francisco. This symposium brings together leading authorities in surround sound for a candid and informative discussion with today’s audio professionals about issues relating to the capture, broadcast and monitoring of surround. Strassberg will present as part of a technology showcase session entitled “Upmix-Downmix: The Current State of the Art,” which takes place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. As part of the presentation he will showcase TC Electronic’s System 6000 MKII Reverb and Signal Processor, and discuss how it can be used for post-production and mastering audio specifically for television and film. He will highlight the different challenges audio engineers face getting audio from the microphone all the way to the viewers at home and how System 6000 can be an integral part of the process.
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