TC’s Simeone Lectures at Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences

Students at the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) gathered in the Gilbert location’s 6,000 square-foot live sound classroom to hear TC Electronic Chairman Ed Simeone’s guest lecture on reverberation.
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Students at the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) gathered in the Gilbert, Ariz. location’s 6,000 square-foot live sound classroom to hear TC Electronic Chairman Ed Simeone’s guest lecture on reverberation.

Using a TC Electronic Reverb 4000, Yamaha PM1D digital console, PM3500 analog console and JBL Vertec line array system to demonstrate, Simeone’s presentation covered the history of reverb as well as anecdotes about using reverb in live applications.

Reverb 4000 is a “true” stereo reverb with algorithms from its predecessors–System 6000 and the M5000. Reverb 4000’s feature set includes instant front panel access for live use, 44.1 to 96kHz sample rates and 24-bit processing, 24-bit AES/EBU, Tos-Link, S/PDIF, ADAT and analog inputs and outputs and the ability to connect via USB to a Mac or PC.

Visit www.tcelectronic.com for more information. For more on CRAS’ various programs, visit www.cras.org