Introducing Solid State Logic’s ‘Meet the Producer’ – A Live Q&A Series with Multi-Award Winning Producers and Engineers

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from Solid State Logic

SSL continues its ‘Meet the Producer’ series with JC Losada on Tuesday, June 2nd at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time (ET). Losada — aka Mr. Sonic — is a multiple GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY-award winning composer, producer and sound engineer. He will be joining SSL to discuss the music industry, music education as well as the range of SSL consoles he’s worked on over the years. Those attending will gain insight on Losada’s production techniques as a long time SSL user — both ‘in the box’ as well as on his AWS 948 console equipped studio.

Join SSL online this Tuesday and gain insight into the music industry, production workflow and everything in between. Submit your questions in advance via their social channels by accessing the registration link, below or benefit from live Q&A in the comments section as the interview premieres. Every two weeks, SSL will be unveiling additional ‘Meet the Producer’ episodes, featuring GRAMMY winners and world class artists and producers.

Microphone Capsule Selection for Wireless Systems

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Join the Shure Artist Relations and Market Development teams for the final installment of their Workflow Webinar series as they discuss wireless microphone capsule selection. As you know, microphone selection is a combination of artist and engineer preference as well as physics and utility. Shure will discuss the pros and cons of different capsule types as well as approaches to selecting capsules for some of the largest tours. The panel will include Jason Spence (Solotech monitor engineer for major awards shows), Brett “Scoop” Blanden (Lady Antebellum FOH), Tim Hibbert (Cardi B, Common FOH and monitor engineer) and Adam Robinson (Josh Groban, Andy Grammer, Babyface FOH and monitor engineer).

May 29th 12pm CDT – Register here

AES Virtual Vienna Convention Workshop Schedule Announced

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The schedule of events for the upcoming AES Virtual Vienna Convention is now available, outlining the 40-plus scheduled Workshop presentations taking place June 2 – 5 as part of the AES’s first-ever exclusively online, international event. AES Virtual Vienna offers an unprecedented chance for attendees to experience what AES Conventions have to offer from anywhere with an internet connection. Industry experts, educators, peers and pros from around the world will present on topics including Acoustics and Psychoacoustics, Archiving and Restoration, Audio for Cinema, Audio Education, Game Audio, AVAR, Spatial Audio, Product Development, Recording and Production, Sound Reinforcement, and more. Complete schedule and online registration are available at with low registration fees – as low as $50 USD for AES members – sweetening the opportunity.

AES Virtual Vienna will offer a wide variety of scheduled streaming and on-demand paper, poster and engineering brief presentations, real-time Q&A, and more. The four days of scheduled content begin with the Workshop “Active Sensing and Slow Listening” presented by Thomas Lund and continue on with presentations throughout the day including “Transform Processing Of Audio: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly!” with Jamie Angus – who will also be presenting one of the convention’s keynotes lectures on day four – along with a presentation on “Getting a Foot in the Door” to your audio career, a Student Delegate Assembly meeting, and the convention’s Heyser Presentation, presented by Francis Rumsey.

Martin Audio signs up for InfoComm Virtual Show

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Martin Audio is embracing the new digital first world during these challenging times by following up on its own virtual trade show with now participating in the InfoComm Connected 2020 Virtual Experience taking place in June.

Following the success of Martin Audio’s own virtual trade show, which took place on Wednesday May 20th and attracted over 500 registrants, Martin Audio decided to take part in InfoComm’s own event taking place June 16th-18th, a replacement for the original physical show.

Xilica Appoints Techni+Contact as New Canadian Distributor

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Xilica®, a global leader in digital signal processing technology for AV and installed sound, has appointed Techni+Contact Canada as its sole distribution partner for the Canadian market.

Headquartered in Montreal with multiple Canadian offices, Techni+Contact has served Canada’s professional AV business community for more than 40 years. The company has built a strong reputation as a value-added reseller for manufacturers, and a trusted provider of customized AV over IP solutions backed by personalized service and dedicated support.

Successful Sound for Small Spaces

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from C2G

It’s the A in AV and it will make or break even the simplest of installations. Are you tired of bad sound? Not sure what it really takes to make that huddle space, training or conference room come alive with clear, quality sound? Let C2G show you what can be done with a few watts and a little imagination.

May 27, 2020 4pm EDT – Register here

Simon Hayes on Film Dialog, Recording on Set and All the Challenges he Has Faced

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Simon Hayes is an Oscar and BAFTA award-winning production sound mixer with a career spanning over 25 years. He has worked with such luminary directors as Tom Hooper, Matthew Vaughn, Ridley Scott, Guy Ritchie and Danny Boyle. Tune in to hear his thoughts on all things audio, and how the industry can adapt to the current COVID-19 crisis.

Not only will he share his insights from working in the film sound industry, he will talk about a new DPA microphone and how it can be used to improve film sound.

WiFi Assisted Listening with WaveCAST & FM+

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from Williams AV

For those interested in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) approach to assisted listening, Williams AV has you covered. Join Williams AV to register for a webinar that will show you how FM and WiFi technology come together to help meet ADA compliance requirements and drive engagement by deploying this technology into new or existing spaces.


Overview of WiFi based assistive listening technology
Existing vs stand-alone network considerations
Integration of WiFi ALS systems into existing audio systems