At Mic to Monitor, Acoustic Geometry will be represented by John Calder, director of retail sales.
Calder will discuss common misconceptions about room acoustics, and will offer practical “fixes” for many of the room-sound problems encountered in recording and listening environments.
He will also incorporate two Acoustic Geometry videos, “How Sound Works (In Rooms)” and “Your Brain On Sound,” which offers insight into how the science of our hearing applies to acoustics.
“I’m excited to be a part of Prism Sound’s Mic to Monitor seminar at the AES Convention’s Project Studio Expo,” says Calder.
“Room acoustics are an especially-important factor in project studio recordings, so it’s the perfect time to dispel some of the illusions around room treatments. I’ll also introduce some practical information for attendees to more easily understand effective acoustic solutions. Acoustic Geometry is pleased to be invited to partner with Prism Sound to help put on a thoughtful and dynamic event.”
Mic to Monitor, hosted by Prism Sound, incorporates a series of seminars that aim to dispel the many myths surrounding the recording process. The presenters will also answer questions, such as what makes gear “great,” what does it take to become a successful audio engineer and how professionals tackle different aspects of their productions to create hit records.
The 200-seat Project Studio Expo is located on the show floor next to the exhibits, open to the public and free to attend. Seats will be open on a first come, first served basis.