Our February meeting is planned for Mon 13th February. Mark the date!
It will be a Zoom session, where David Hudson will regale us with tales of his adventures in restoring and format converting a couple of Studer A80 machines: a 1/2″ 4-Track MR MK II converted to 2-Track MK IV, and a 1-inch C-format video layback recorder converted to 8-Track MK IV.
I am sure it will be a most interesting evening, and of immense value to anyone who has an interest in keeping vintage analog hardware operating in these modern times.
On Monday 12th December, the Melbourne Section of the AES held our regular bi-monthly meeting.
We welcomed about 30 members and guests via Zoom.
Leading radio broadcast technologist and Chair of the AES Technical Group on Audio Loudness for Streaming, John Kean presented to us on the topic of
AES’ Development and Promotion of Audio Loudness Techniques
for new audio delivery platforms
Chairman Graeme Huon introduced John, who started his presentation with an explanation of the reality of inconsistent audio loudness across various streamed audio sources accessed on the same device – content such as music, podcasts, radio streams and virtual assistant responses. He explained how that issue was the catalyst for the development of the AES TD1008 Technical Document on this subject.
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