The next meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be on Monday 10th December at 7:30pm.
Steven Spurrier of Studio Connections will present on the topic:
Using DSP in loudspeakers to tame the monitoring environment
…Genelec’s unique approach
This presentation will cover modern DSP monitors and how they adapt to the listening environment.
The last decade has experienced a rapid increase in global media content creation, resulting in significant changes in the way network facilities deal with increased workload. Now, more than ever, a growing number of audio productions are done in tighter, more confined working environments. This increases acoustic problems and lowers the reliability of monitoring. At the same time, a professional audio engineer needs high confidence in the monitoring system, which should be acoustically adjusted to its environment.
Genelec’s SAM systems intelligent GLM AutoCal™ technology improves the precision of monitoring by compensating for deficiencies in the listening environment. After automated calibration, based on one or more listening positions, all components in a system play back at the same level and timing, with acoustical colorations removed from the monitors’ responses, leaving superb consistency and neutral sound stage imaging.
Mon 10th December 2018 at 7:30pm
The SAE Institute – Lecture Theatre
235 Normanby Road
About Steven Spurrier:
Steven Spurrier is a ‘Genelec Product Specialist’ and a THX Certified Home Theatre Designer.
He began his career in audio in 1982, selling high-end stereo equipment.
In the Mid 90’s he joined Encel Stereo, and quickly diversified into Home Theatre Design. In 2003 Steven travelled to Singapore for Genelec Training on setting up and acoustically measuring studio environments.
He joined Studio Connections Australia in 2004.
Steve completed extensive training in Finland in 2006 on Genelec’s new DSP range of 8200 series speakers, and today continues to work for Studio Connections as their Genelec Product Specialist, assisting users to get the best performance out of their products.
With many studio consultations and calibrations, and several outstanding home theatre designs, Steve has a wealth of knowledge to draw upon. His technical ability along with his experience makes for a very enlightening and informative discussion.
Directions: Entry to SAE is via the Students’ Entry, now located on Woodgate St (at rear of building).
Please report to the Supervisor’s Desk at this entry, and you will be directed to the Lecture Theatre (upstairs in the rear of the building).
Visitors and guests are welcome.