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TC Electronic To Host Loudness Seminar In Dubai
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Bob Katz, legendary mastering engineer, will host two one-hour sessions "EQ, Dynamics Processing and Mastering Tips" and "Mobile Platforms and iTunes" during the seminar.

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With the recent rise of international broadcast standards, loudness has become one of the most important and debated topics in broadcast today.

Last year, TC Electronic hosted a Loudness Seminar in Rome. Participants from all over the world gathered to get the latest in-depth info on loudness technology and standards. Now, TC hosts yet another Loudness Seminar in the vibrant city of Dubai, 10 May 2012. The seminar will take place at the Centre Point Theatre, and the latest ITU and EBU broadcast loudness standards will be examined and presented by a prestigious panel of speakers:

Florian Camerer - Chairman of EBU’s PLOUD Group
Two one-hour sessions:
EBU R128 and ITU-R BS.1770 Explained
Implementation Experiences, Tips and Pitfalls

Bob Katz - Legendary Mastering Engineer
Two one-hour sessions
EQ, Dynamics Processing and Mastering Tips
Mobile Platforms and iTunes

Hasan Sayed Hasan - Vice Chairman at Arab HDTV Group (ASBU)
Arab Status and Plans for Implementing Loudness Based Guidelines

Thomas Lund - Dev. Manager HD, TC Electronic
Two one-hour sessions:
Loudness and Commercials
Global Program Exchange and Multi-platform Delivery

The event will have full focus on facts, technology and standards - not on products. The day is rounded off by a worldview panel discussion and Q&A including all presenters. The cost is USD 150, which includes lunch and refreshments during the day.

Place: Centre Point Theatre, Dubai
Date: May 10 2012
Price: USD 150 per person (including lunch and refreshments)

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