As part of the AES's Project Studio Expo, Prism Sound will be hosting a special Mic to Monitor educational event at this year's AES Exhibition in New York.
Mic to Monitor AES New York, which takes place on November 1st, incorporates a series of seminars that will run throughout the day. Targeted at all levels of music production and engineering attendees, these seminars aim to dispel the many myths surrounding the recording process. They also aim to answer those all-important questions such as what makes great gear 'great', what it takes to become a successful audio engineer, and how do professionals tackle different aspects of their productions to create hit records?
Among the speakers lined up for this unique event are Ian Dennis, Prism Sound's Technical Director; Leif Masses, founder of Maselec; Ben Lilly, Technical Sales and Applications Engineer at ATC; Glenn Kuras. President of Gik Acoustics.
The 200-seater Project Studio Expo is located on the show floor next to the exhibits and is open to the public. The seminars, which last approximately 45 minutes and are free to attend, will be delivered via headphones so that show floor noise doesn't interfere with the seminar experience. There will also be opportunities to ask questions and demo recording equipment.
Graham Boswell, Sales Director of Prism Sound, says: "We are very excited about bringing Mic to Monitor to the AES show. The music recording industry is constantly evolving and there are always new tricks and techniques to be learned, even by people who are already making a successful living in this field."
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
About Prism Sound
Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio hardware and software for music and sound production for the music, film, television, radio and multi-media markets and a range of specialized measurement equipment used in audio equipment development, manufacturing, system building and maintenance. The company's product range includes a range of audio interfaces covering applications from desktop or mobile recording & production to major studio facilities; Prism Sound also produces the SADIE audio production workstation software used by major national broadcasters such as the BBC, as well as many of the world's leading mastering houses and classical or live music recording engineers. Prism Sound measurement equipment is used to measure the performance of either audio electronic devices or electroacoustic devices and is well established in major manufacturing sectors such as automotive electronics, headphones and headsets as well as professional audio.
For more information: www.prismsound.com