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Sennheiser And Neumann Canada Present Demystifying AES-42

The presentation tackles digital microphones, the most misunderstood newcomer in the digital world.

Sennheiser and Neumann Canada are presenting a technical seminar at the upcoming MIAC/PAL Trade Show in Toronto, Canada on Sunday, May 16th.

Michael Nunan, post sound supervisor for CTV will discuss “Demystifying AES-42 Digital Microphones” The Most Misunderstood Newcomers on the Technology Scene.

One of the most exciting and potentially revolutionary developments to come along in decades, they’re also one of the most misunderstood.

Unlike many new technologies and products that are supposed to be better simply because they’re new, AES-42 allows new insight into some old problems.

Digital microphones offer the very real potential of solving some of the long-standing problems of the broadcast audio world.

Join CTV’s Michael Nunan for an in-depth look at this rapidly maturing technology from the perspective of practical implementation and workflows.

Drawing on five years of daily experience with AES-42 in an array of broadcast and music environments.

Presented in cooperation with Sennheiser and Neumann, this session will range from live to post, and from documentary field sound to large-scale remote broadcasting and recording.

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Neumann Canada Website

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