Eric Smith, founder and president of Auralex Acoustics (Booth 6957, Hall A) will give a special lecture at The NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, at the convention’s TEC Tracks series of educational sessions.
The hour-long lecture, on the subject “Optimizing Home Studio Acoustics,” will take place at 3:00 p.m., Thursday, January 21, 2016.
More and more music recording and production work is being done in small home and private environments, and the shrinking nature of the tools of the trade make it seem like anyone can pull off a masterpiece.
Not true. Acoustics don’t lie, and certainly aren’t obvious, yet they can make or break the work you put into your recording.
Auralex Acoustics president Eric Smith will discuss how to optimize the recording and production space to get the best sound from what the end user has to work with.
Throughout his career, Eric Smith has been a strong advocate of education, and he has guest-lectured at high schools and colleges throughout the country on the subjects of acoustics, broadcasting, entrepreneurship and business ethics.
Smith brings a wealth of personal experience, technical knowledge and a sense of humor to all of his presentations, which focus on basic acoustic theories, sound control issues and solutions, product design strategies, the challenges of a start-up company and what it takes to be successful in business.