August 2022 Meeting Notice – AGM + John Mulcahy on REW

We are back on Zoom for our August meeting

The next online meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be held on Monday 8th August 2022 at 7:30pm Melbourne time (AEST UTC+10) – via Zoom.

There will be a brief Section Annual General Meeting – non-members and other visitors are welcome to sit in on the AGM (or join at about 7:45pm to miss the most boring bits).
Then John Mulcahy, developer of the popular Room Eq Wizard software package will present on the topic of:

Room Eq Wizard

A Software Tool for Acoustic, Loudspeaker, and Audio Measurement

Room Eq Wizard (REW) is a versatile tool that many turn to for room acoustic measurement, as well as loudspeaker and equipment measurements.
We are privileged to have REW’s developer John Mulcahy presenting to us on its history, capabilities, and future directions.
John will cover the package’s tools and features and the kind of users it attracts.
He will also cover its development history, design choices, as well as some of the challenges encountered along the way.
As well, he will give us a glimpse into the roadmap for REW and invite questions and any suggestions on the direction its further development should take.

About John Mulcahy:

Head shot of John Mulcahy

John has more than 40 years’ experience in the development of high technology products and the management of technology companies, in sectors ranging from avionics and automotive electronics to high end audio, broadcast and consumer electronics. In the audio arena John was the Technical Director of TAG McLaren Audio, r(despite Google’s encouragement you DO NOT need to sign into a Google/Gmail account to submit the form)esponsible for the development of McLaren’s range of Home Theater components. He is the author of REW (Room EQ Wizard), a free acoustic measurement and analysis package.

Visitors and guests are welcome.

This will be a free Zoom Meeting session, but bookings are required so that the Zoom session details can be distributed to attendees.
Please book using the form below (despite Google’s encouragement you DO NOT need to sign into a Google/Gmail account to submit the form):

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