PMC’s Masters of Audio seminars, in exclusive partnership with the AES, will form a focal point of this year’s AES Convention in New York by giving attendees the opportunity to hear immersive sound presentations from some of the pro audio industry’s most prominent engineers and producers.
These ground-breaking events will take place during the 143rd AES Convention at the Javits Centre, which runs from October 18th – 21st 2017. The UK speaker manufacturer will host the seminars in demo room 1E06, which will have a full 9.1 monitor setup based on the company’s IB2-XBD-A monitor system supplemented with IB1S-AIII for the surround channels and reference twotwo.6 models for the height channels. The Award-winning MB3S-XBD-A monitors, launched earlier this year at NAMM, will also be on display. All these monitors will be put through their paces between seminar sessions so that AES visitors can discover for themselves why PMC monitors are so highly regarded by the audio elite.
PMC’s Masters of Audio seminar programme is now a well-established attraction at AES Conventions in the USA. Topics under discussion this year will include Spatial Audio for Multitrack Recordings, Making Your Mixes Shine, Practical Immersive Audio at Home, Modern Classical Production, Kraftwerk and Booka Shade, as well as an exciting special listening programme of 9.1 music productions and many more. Each session will feature eminent, world-renowned music professionals such as:
• Chris Tabron, a multi-platinum producer, mixer and engineer who has worked with artists such as Beyoncé, Mary J Blige, Nicki Minaj.
• Piper Payne, owner and chief engineer of Neato Mastering in California.
• GRAMMY® nominated producer David Bowles, founder of classical recording production company Swineshead Productions.
• GRAMMY® nominated engineer Daniel Shores who is based at Sono Luminus and is also Adjunct Professor at Shenandoah University.
• Ian Corbett, Coordinator and Professor of Audio Engineering at Kansas Community College and author of the book Mic It! on microphone techniques.
• Tom Ammermann, producer and founder of Luna Studios in Hamburg who now specialises in 3D and spatial audio technologies.
• Robert Ridihalgh, composer and sound designer who has scored the music and sound for over100 games.
• Scott Selfon, composer and principal software engineer lead at Microsoft.
• Mark Yeend, Creative Director at Mircosoft’s Xbox Advanced Technology Group.
• Martha de Francisco, classical producer/engineer and Professor for Sound Recording at McGill University, Montreal.
• Composer Akiyuki Morimoto whose work includes music for Monster Hunter 3, Lost Planet 2 and Resident Evil 6.
A full schedule of seminars and speakers can be found at
PMC is a UK-based, world-leading manufacturer of loudspeaker systems, the tools of choice in all ultra-critical professional monitoring applications, and also for the discerning audiophile at home, where they provide a transparent window into the recording artist’s original intentions. PMC products use the best available materials and design principles, including the company’s proprietary Advanced Transmission Line (ATL™) bass-loading technology, cutting-edge amplification and advanced DSP techniques to create loudspeakers that present sound and music exactly as it was when first created, with the highest possible resolution, and without coloration or distortion. For more information on our clients and products, see www.pmc-speakers.com.