Meyer Sound has announced that it will be presenting several demonstrations in rooms 2D06 and 2D07 on the second floor of the Jacob Javits Center at the upcoming 2022 AES Convention in New York City, and on request, the company is also offering listening experiences on the Amie Studio Monitoring System for post-production studios and mastering engineers.
The company will be showcasing the new PANTHER, large-format linear line array loudspeaker and how they’re being networked on tours such as Ed Sheeran’s “+ – = ÷ x” (“Mathematics”) tour with Milan AVB and new connection management and monitoring software.
In addition, members of the technical team will be presenting on panels throughout the convention. Senior technical support specialist Josh Dorn-Fehrmann will address “Milan in the Wild: An exploration of the real-world application of Milan in live audio” at 10:45 am EDT on October 19, where he’ll use the live sound example of Sheeran’s “Mathematics” tour to explore the use of the first large-scale certified Milan network with 212 PANTHER loudspeakers.
Digital products solutions architect Richard Bugg will be part of a panel titled “Network Evolution for Real Time Audio” at 9 am EDT on October 20. They will discuss the benefits of network convergence, and why it is the future of an area where real-time networked audio applications have traditionally been quarantined on dedicated networks to simplify switch configuration and prevent conflicts.
“Large Scale System Optimization and Design” will be presented at 4 pm EDT on October 20 by director of system optimization Bob McCarthy, who will discuss the design and tuning of large-scale festival, stadium, and arena sound reinforcement systems. He and his co-presenter Michael Lawrence (technical editor of ProSoundWeb and Live Sound International) will emphasize practical and efficient design using field examples of several 2022 shows.
Finally, McCarthy will also be joining Tony Meola and Daniel Lundberg to present “The road to Broadway Sound: Career stories and advice from veteran and emerging Broadway sound designer” at 1 pm EDT on October 19.
Go here for more schedule information regarding Meyer Sound at the 2022 AES show.