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High Resolution Audio to Be a Major Focus at 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention

— DEG to present a comprehensive High Resolution Audio program October 10 at AES137 in Los Angeles —

New York, NY — The 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention (October 9-12, 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles) will feature a High Resolution Audio (HRA) program Friday, October 10, 2014. The direct result of a collaborative effort between the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group, the HRA program will include a number of panels and sessions that address the current and future direction of HRA from various perspectives, including content creation, digital distribution, licensing of hi-res music files, archiving, subscription models, marketing/promotion of hi-res music, compatibility of playback devices and more. These panels and sessions will feature some of the brightest minds in the business as they discuss some of the most current and controversial issues concerning the rapid adoption of high-resolution audio across the industry.

“The DEG is pleased to join with the Audio Engineering Society in promoting the benefits of Hi-Res Audio during this event,” said Amy Jo Smith, President, DEG. “Working together, we can underscore HRA’s numerous benefits to the professional recording community and enlist their support in helping drive this initiative.”

For over 65 years, nearly every seminal audio development has been incubated and promoted within the AES community, beginning with stereo LPs in the 1950s and continuing with magnetic tape in the 60s, digital audio and the Compact Disc in the 70s, perceptual coding (e.g. MP3) over the past 25 years, all the way to today’s digital streaming formats. It’s no wonder that the DEG and the AES have decided to partner to bring to AES137 Convention attendees the most current and comprehensive information on the state of High Resolution Audio, which is defined as “lossless audio that is capable of reproducing the full range of sound from recordings that have been mastered from better than CD quality music sources.”

For information on how you can get your FREE Exhibits-Plus badge (pre-registration required) and detailed information on the High Resolution Audio Program at the AES137 Convention, as well as further Registration, Hotel, and Technical Program information, visit the AES137 webpage at http://www.aes.org/events/137/.

About DEG
DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group is an industry association that advocates and promotes entertainment platforms, products and distribution channels on behalf of the motion picture, music, consumer electronics and technology companies.

About the Audio Engineering Society
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 and now counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. Currently, its members are affiliated with more than 75 AES professional sections and more than 95 AES student sections around the world. Section activities may include guest speakers, technical tours, demonstrations and social functions. Through local AES section events, members experience valuable opportunities for professional networking and personal growth. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org.

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Focusrite Ships Midnight Plug-In For FREE

Company offers a FREE Midnight Plug-in suite with purchase of any new Saffire PRO Firewire/Thunderbolt-compatible multichannel audio interface

Los Angeles, CA, August 18, 2014 – Focusrite is now shipping its Midnight Plug-in suite free (a $99.00 value) with the purchase of any new Saffire PRO Firewire/Thunderbolt-compatible multichannel audio interface. The Midnight Plug-in suite precisely models the performance and sound of Focusrite’s two most iconic modules, the ISA110 equalizer and ISA130 compressor, and provides elegant, functional on-screen front panels for easy user control.

“It seemed only fitting for us to provide Midnight free with the leading Saffire PRO line of Firewire interfaces, since Scarlett, the top-selling USB interface line, ships with Scarlett Plug-in software,” says Phil Wagner, President of Focusrite Novation Inc. “All newly registered Saffire users can download this powerful plug-in. Many users have come to rely on Focusrite’s Firewire technology, as Saffire Pro offers great sound quality overall and rock solid driver performance.”

The original designs of the ISA110 equalizer and ISA130 compressor can be traced back to the legendary Focusrite mixing console, the subject of a recent documentary film, “The Story of the Focusrite Studio Console,” which has over 120,000 views on YouTube.

Focusrite’s Saffire PRO line-up was originally introduced in 2006 and features four award-winning models of Firewire interfaces: the 8-in/6-out Saffire PRO 14, the 16-in/8-out Saffire PRO 24, the market leading 20-in/20-out Saffire PRO 40, which features eight mic preamps, and the unique 28-in/28-out Liquid Saffire 56, featuring Focusrite’s Liquid Mic Pre convolution technology. All Focusrite Firewire interfaces may be connected to a Thunderbolt-capable computer using an Apple Thunderbolt adapter (not included), thereby freeing up valuable USB ports. All Saffire PRO Firewire interfaces now ship with 800-to-400 Firewire cables.

The Saffire range of interfaces has a huge fan base worldwide, including professional users such as GRAMMY®-winning mixer, engineer and producer Adrian Bushby, known for his work with Foo Fighters and Muse. Bushby, who regularly uses the Midnight Plug-in suite when mixing, observes that vintage hardware processors can stop working, and while an engineer is limited by the number of devices in the outboard racks, he or she can use as many instances of a Midnight Plug-in as they wish. “It’s a win-win,” he says.

In this video, Bushby further discusses why he uses the Focusrite Midnight Plug-in Suite: http://youtu.be/7TxTaMPieJY

For More information, go to www.focusrite.com.

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Bose® RoomMatch® Loudspeakers Selected for Mayfield Dinner Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta

The challenge was to install a sound system that provided even, comprehensive coverage, and a newly installed Bose® RoomMatch® sound system was the right solution

Framingham, Massachusetts – The Mayfield Dinner Theatre is one of the leading live entertainment venues in Edmonton, Alberta, producing five new comedies, dramas and musicals every season, six days a week. The sound for a theater with that much variety has to be exceptional and versatile, so last summer Edmonton-based AV integrator Production World teamed with Bose® Professional Systems to install a new sound system and ensure that there was even coverage to all tables and seats. The new system consists of Bose RoomMatch® Progressive Directivity Array loudspeakers. Production World installed the system, which consists of three hangs — two outer arrays, each with four symmetrical array modules, and a center array with two symmetrical array modules and two RMS215 subwoofers, all powered by four Bose PowerMatch® PM8500N networked amplifiers. The system provides even, comprehensive coverage of the entire 400-seat half-round theater, with seating on four tiers.

“They make the best use of the space they have there, so the tables on the first tier come right up to the edge of the stage,” explains Kelly Kimo, Vice President of Production World. “That was where the theater had some of their biggest challenges with sound: the old sound system needed front fills on the lip of the stage to cover those front tables, but those seats wound up with very loud audio compared to other tables in the room.”

Production World had previous experience with RoomMatch loudspeakers, in one of Edmonton’s largest churches, and the result far exceeded expectations. So they called on Bose once again. With input from Bose’s technical support team members using the Bose Modeler® design software, Production World created and installed the new system. Now, it not only sounds fantastic but looks that way, too, without the visual intrusion of the front-fill speakers, whose function is now covered by the center cluster above the stage, leaving sightlines clean and clear.

The new system has brought with it another benefit: certain audience members’ hearing aids were impacted and overdriven by the previous PA system’s sound. Now, says Kimo, the even and smooth coverage that the RoomMatch system delivers has made their experience markedly better. “There’s no longer a sharp boost in certain midrange frequencies that could really be annoying to hearing-aid users,” he says. “This system works for everyone and gives them all a great theater experience every time.”

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Audio-Technica Honors The Farm Technical Sales & Marketing with Its President’s Award

STOW, OH, August 13, 2014 — Audio-Technica a leading manufacturer of wired and wireless microphones, headphones and accessory products for over 50 years, is pleased to announce that Roseville, California-based The Farm Technical Sales & Marketing has been presented with A-T’s prestigious President’s Award, for their work representing Audio-Technica U.S. The Farm Principal John Hood accepted the award, which recognizes a leading manufacturer’s representative for outstanding commitment and dedication during the Audio-Technica 2013/2014 fiscal year. The award was presented by Philip Cajka, Audio-Technica U.S. President and CEO. The A-T President’s Award was presented at a ceremony during the 2014 InfoComm Expo on June 18 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Farm represents Audio-Technica in the territories comprising Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Northern CA, Northern Nevada and Hawaii.

Phil Cajka commented, “The Farm Technical Sales & Marketing has again been awarded this honor for their continued dedication to customer service, sales and the marketing of the A-T brand. We are proud to celebrate this award with them, and we are extremely grateful for their continued service and hard work.”

For more information, please visit www.audio-technica.com.

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Networked Audio Track at 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention to Explore Broadening Applications in Audio Networking Capabilities

— Dedicated Workshops and Tutorials will cover leading-edge developments and technology deployment in networked audio for system integration, broadcast, live sound, recording and more —

New York, NY, August 12, 2014 — Networked Audio is set to take center stage throughout the 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention, with a series of well-crafted Workshops, Tutorials and special sessions focused on the latest developments in audio networking technology, standards and practices. Scheduled for Thursday, October 9, through Sunday, October 12, 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, the AES137 Convention will present a dedicated Networked Audio Track, featuring a comprehensive set of presentations and professional opportunities dealing with the latest developments and technologies in networked audio, as well as applications for system integration, broadcast, live sound, recording, contractors and more.

Chaired by Tim Shuttleworth, a noted networked audio engineer and the Engineering Manager at systems manufacturer Renkus-Heinz, this year’s Networked Audio Track explores the ever-broadening applications of digital audio on local and wider area networks. From Audio-over-IP used across continents in the broadcast sector, to super-low-latency audio transfer in the studio environment, to low-latency systems for live sound reinforcement in fixed installations and touring systems, the medium of choice is increasingly a high performance Ethernet/TCP/IP network. Workshops and Tutorials will cover the history of audio networking as well as leading-edge developments, with session titles including “Using AES67 Networking — Practical issues in AES67 Deployment”; “Software Tools for Telematic Performances”; “Large Scale AVB Networks/AVDECC Control”; “Implementation of a Large Scale Ethernet AVB Audio Network at ESPN”; and “Using Audio Content Over IP Technology in Public Radio.” Additionally the AES Convention will play host to a Telematic performance linking Los Angeles, Montreal and Stanford University in a showcase featuring live, interconnected performances with musicians across time zones geographical locations.

Tim Shuttleworth stated, “We have continued to grow the Networked Audio portion of the Convention this year, and expect really great participations from our presenters and attendees. One of the popular topics at this convention will be the deployment and performance verification for AES67 standard-based Layer 3 systems, as well as the implementation of Ethernet AVB in cars, recording, and broadcast studios. Developments in standardized command and control protocols will also be highlighted, as well as a multi-site live performance in which the musicians collaborate across time zones and countries over internet connections, which will showcase the capabilities and limitations of a disseminated ensemble concert.”

Further detailed information on the Networked Audio Track at the AES137 Convention, as well as Registration, Hotel, and Technical Program formation are available on the AES137 webpage at http://www.aes.org/events/137/.

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Foreigner Uses Bose® L1® Systems for Intimate Meet-and-Greet Performances

The Bose® L1® portable system is an integral part of the Foreigner VIP Experience

Framingham, Massachusetts, August 11, 2014 – Legendary rock band Foreigner has been thrilling audiences with its well-crafted songs and pitch-perfect live shows since the band’s formation in 1976, and the group continues to roll from town to town with an impressive set of hits including “Double Vision,” “Urgent,” “Feels Like the First Time,” “Hot Blooded,” “Waiting for a Girl Like You” and more. At select concerts, VIPs, superfans, industry professionals and other special guests get to enjoy an intimate, acoustic meet-and-greet performance by the band before the main show. For these special events, the band and their technical team have chosen L1® Model II systems with B2 bass modules and T1 ToneMatch® engine from Bose® Professional Systems based on their audio quality, ease of setup and low-profile design.

The VIP meet-and-greet performances generally feature a three-song acoustic set for an audience of anywhere from 35 to 150 people. The band sets up four L1 systems for these performances, in a stereo configuration. The system serves as a house mix, left and right, as well as monitors for the band. To accomplish this, they place an L1 Model II system with single B2 bass module in the rear corners of the stage and to either side on the floor in front of the stage. This allows them to create a full stereo mix and accommodate each of the band members’ monitoring needs.

The VIP performances usually happen earlier in the day in the same venue they will be performing with full instrumentation that evening. Brian Simon, Audio Engineer for the band, states, “When we do two shows in a day, time is everything, so the product that I’m using is the Bose L1 system. It is compact, lightweight, easy to set up and tear down, and it sounds amazing. A nice full-range sound out of a very small product. It’s very smooth, but it’s very crystal clear as well. I do very little EQing.”

Founding member and lead guitarist Mick Jones likewise appreciates what this setup does for the band’s sound and energy. He notes, “If you’re in close proximity [with your bandmates], to be able to hear the natural harmonies creates more of a unified field of sound, and that’s what this system gives us. [Bose] is a class act to be affiliated with, I must say.”

“We’ve always had a great experience with this Bose system,” adds Kelly Hansen, Foreigner’s vocalist. “We’re hearing the performance as a whole. Performing that way kind of glues you together; you’re all hearing the same thing. You set this up behind you so you are hearing it and the audience is hearing what you’re hearing. It’s like a blanket of sound that we’re all listening to.”

Foreigner bassist/arranger/producer Jeff Pilson states, “As Foreigner’s audio producer over the last several years, I couldn’t be more excited about the Bose L1 system, which has been delivering the sound we’ve been going for, evenly distributed throughout the audience. Ordinarily, in a live setting, you have speakers and you have monitors, and generally those are two different worlds. But in this case, the speakers are the monitors. There’s no way to describe how important it is to an artist to make sure that your sound is right. Because of the way it’s designed, to spread all around, we’re hearing a very pleasant mix. And that has helped with the synergy between us and the audience. We’ve never had so many compliments on our sound. For everything that we’re doing with these, they’re absolutely the only and best system I can imagine using. Bose gets it right!”

Hear the full story at www.bose.com/L1systems.

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Audio-Technica Sponsors Pensado’s Place

— Audio-Technica serves as a Title Sponsor for hour-long weekly web series and related special events —

STOW, OH, Aug 11, 2014 — Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 50 years, recently announced that they have become a Title Sponsor for Pensado’s Place, the acclaimed hour-long weekly educational web series that celebrates the evolving landscape of music and technology and gives a voice to its leaders and innovators. As part of its sponsorship, Audio-Technica is proud to be a part of Pensado’s Place weekly live and archived shows, as well as other special events like the Pensado Awards and at expos including Gear Expo, MixFest and more.

The hour-long weekly web series Pensado’s Place was created nearly four years ago. Co-hosted by legendary mix engineer Dave Pensado (Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Mariah Carey, Elton John, Michael Jackson and more) and show creator Herb Trawick, the show includes interviews with top music industry artists, engineers, producers, mixers, and record executives, as well as in-depth tutorials in production, engineering and mixing. Pensado’s Place has positioned itself as “the most influential show for audio engineers,” mixers and producers (Forbes Magazine) in just three years. Pensado’s Place is more than just a show, as it highlights the very best in the industry of music, gaming, sound identity on film, and audio equipment, with a presence in live events. As a leading educational resource, Pensado’s Place is helping build the next generation of audio greats.

Herb Trawick, the Co-host/Executive Producer and Creator of Pensado’s Place, as well as Manager and Advisor to Co-host Dave Pensado, stated, “We are very thrilled to have Audio-Technica come on board and support Pensado’s Place. Just like Dave and myself, A-T is a strong believer in audio education, which is why they are a perfect match to work with the entire Pensado team.”

“As an engineer and mixer myself, I am very familiar with Audio-Technica’s microphones and have an intimate knowledge of using them in the studio,” stated Dave Pensado (Co-host of Pensado’s Place, GRAMMY®-winning mix engineer, Teacher). “In addition to making great products, the company has so many talented people on their team, and I look forward to working closely with them over the next year.”

For more information, please visit www.audio-technica.com.

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Focusrite Names Kurt Howell RedNet Eastern Regional Manager

Company adds industry veteran to the Focusrite sales team as RedNet continues to become the Ethernet-network interface of choice

Los Angeles, CA – Focusrite announces the appointment of industry veteran Kurt Howell to the position of RedNet Eastern Regional Manager. The announcement further emphasizes the growth and expansion of RedNet in the U.S. RedNet is Focusrite’s range of modular Ethernet-networked interfaces based around the industry-standard low-latency Dante® audio networking system.

In his new position, Howell, who is based in Nashville, Tennessee, will work closely with prospective RedNet customers in conjunction with product specialist Ted White to continue to drive sales with Eastern U.S. dealers, contractors and reps. Howell’s involvement will help RedNet continue its ongoing penetration as the standard for a networked audio solution for recording studios, higher education, television production, post-production, and live sound installations.

With an impressive background in the music industry, Howell brings to Focusrite a unique skill set, having worked for both manufacturers and retailers in the pro audio market sector. Prior to joining Focusrite, Kurt Howell was a Digidesign HD product specialist and is an Avid Certified Pro Tools™ operator. Additionally, he helped establish Vintage King Nashville and most recently he was an account manager with Guitar Center Professional.

“Kurt Howell has a rich history in both pro audio manufacturing and pro audio retail,” stated Phil Wagner, President of Focusrite Novation Inc. “His extensive background makes him uniquely qualified not only to drive sales in the Eastern United States, but also to work closely with, and reinforce our unparalleled commitment to, our new customers and dealer network. Being based in Music City is an added bonus, as Nashville has so many studios and entertainment venues that are all potential RedNet end users. We are pleased Kurt is coming on board at this time, as RedNet is on the move!”

For More information on the RedNet range, go to www.focusrite.com/rednet.

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The Audio Engineering Society Offers Events and Resources for Audio Professionals All Year Long

— AES, known for its benchmark annual conventions and conferences, runs additional educational events throughout the rest of the year covering such key topics as audio for video games; the shifting audio landscape of cinema, television and the Internet; and more —

New York, NY, August 5, 2014 — Audio professionals are eagerly awaiting the 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention, which will take place Thursday, October 9, through Sunday, October 12, 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. Many know, however, that this annual U.S. conference and exposition is part of a complex web of a number of other educational and social events sponsored by the AES throughout the year. These events take place all over the world and focus on specific areas of interest to audio professionals. They serve to create a forum amongst professionals in those fields, and through these gatherings and the publication of their proceedings, contribute to the advance of international science and technology.

This year, in addition to the upcoming 137th AES Convention, those working with or interested in spatial audio can attend the 55th International Conference, scheduled to take place August 27-29, 2014, in Helsinki, Finland. This AES Conference will bring together researchers and practitioners in all fields of spatial audio, including recording and reproduction of spatial sound, perception of spatial sound, transmission and coding.

For those working in the complex arena of video games, the 56th International Conference, which takes place February 11-13, 2015 in London, UK, will cover the latest challenges and changes that the industry has faced in recent years. The conference aims to reflect the needs and interests of all professionals working in or around the area of game audio, to further the dialog between existing industry experts, to create a forum for sharing techniques and technology and to help advance game audio on current and future platforms.

A broader perspective will be addressed at 57th International Conference (subtitled The Future of Audio Entertainment Technology – Cinema, Television and the Internet), which will convene March 6-8, 2015, in Hollywood, CA. There, issues important to these verticals, including loudness monitoring, dialog intelligibility and next-generation immersive audio for cinema and home, will be discussed by leaders in these areas of knowledge.

AES also creates events aimed at specific global regions, focused on topics that are relevant to those working in these areas. This year, they include the Central European Student Summit 2014, September 12-14, 2014, in Moscow, dedicated to the state-of-the-art acoustical recording, and the 15th International Symposium on New Trends in Audio and Video, held on September 25-27, 2014, in Wroc?aw, Poland, organized by the Chair of Acoustics and Multimedia, Wroc?aw University of Technology, under auspices of the Polish Section of the Audio Engineering Society. These and other conferences, symposia and summits provide an ongoing set of resources for audio professionals all over the world.

AES Executive Director Bob Moses stated, “The depth and breadth of the field of professional audio is incredibly huge and endlessly fascinating. While our flagship annual events are on everyone’s agenda, it’s important to remember that the AES is always using a range of other events to make sure as much knowledge as possible is available to as many people as possible. We like to say, ‘If It’s About Audio, It’s At AES,’ and by that we mean that AES is everywhere, all the time.”

About the Audio Engineering Society
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 and now counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. Currently, its members are affiliated with more than 75 AES professional sections and more than 95 AES student sections around the world. Section activities may include guest speakers, technical tours, demonstrations and social functions. Through local AES section events, members experience valuable opportunities for professional networking and personal growth. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org.

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Bose® RoomMatch® System Installed at First Wayne Street United Methodist Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Traditional architecture and building materials led to a common problem, one that the RoomMatch® system effectively and efficiently addressed with its highly specific dispersion patterns

Framingham, Massachusetts, August 4, 2014 – The First Wayne Street United Methodist Church in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, has a very traditional building with a very common problem: Terrazzo floors, brick walls, and drywall ceiling add up to a long reverb time and challenging speech intelligibility. At the same time, those same characteristics are what give choral music and the church’s pipe organ a special kind of warmth. In fact, they are what help draw crowds to the several organ and classical music events that the church hosts each year. It can be difficult to keep the church’s message clear and articulate without affecting the acoustical properties that are a key part of this kind of traditional ecclesiastical architecture. A RoomMatch® system from Bose® Professional Systems provided the answer. As it has done for scores of houses of worship with similar challenges, the RoomMatch system was able to precisely address the space’s exact acoustical characteristics and keep sonic energy off of reflective walls and floors, and direct the sound to the seating areas where it needs to go with enhanced clarity.

For this installation, the Mitchell Design Group, with offices in Kokomo and Carmel, Indiana, installed a center array design consisting of an RM7010 module atop an RM9010 module and two RM12020 modules, all powered by a Bose PowerMatch® PM8500N networked amplifier.

“The challenge is that they are a very traditional church with a pipe organ in the balcony, and they didn’t want to compromise the acoustical environment that they believe is advantageous to that, but at the same time they weren’t getting good speech articulation,” explains Phil Mitchell, Owner of the Mitchell Design Group. “The RoomMatch system allowed us to give them both the live acoustical environment and good speech reproduction.”

Working closely with Bose personnel, the Mitchell Design Group were able to specify the RoomMatch modules needed for the project based on drawings and field measurements. Mitchell’s crew had to first dismantle the church’s original custom sound system — a huge woofer box enclosed in 1.25-inch plywood that literally had to be cut out of its perch above the front of the sanctuary in order for hang points for the new Bose system to be established. Once that was accomplished, the RoomMatch system suited the space perfectly. “They are thrilled,” Mitchell says of the resulting sound clarity.

Supporting that, Barclay Hall, the Sound Team Leader at the church, adds, “I am loving the new system! I think Bose and Mitchell Design Group have done a great job in getting us the right system for our church, helping us make an almost seamless transition to the new system.”

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