Meeting Notice: Mon October 9th MCEC Digital Audio Install

October Meeting Notice.

The next meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be on Monday 9th October at 7:30pm at
The
 SAE Institute Lecture Theatre, 235 Normanby Rd South Melbourne.


Paul Moore, Project Manager, Rutledge AV, and Michael Walker, Infrastructure and Equipment Manager, MCEC will present on the topic:

The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Audio Upgrade.

The Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, a world class venue, appointed Rutledge AV to perform a site wide Digital Signal Processor (DSP) audio upgrade, including global and local Dante networks, comprising of Audio I/O, FOH, Mixing, Paging, Tie Line and Management of audio over IP.  This presentation will provide an in depth overview of the system design, functionality, operation and installation staging within a live venue.

Details:
Mon 9
th October 2017 at 7:30pm
-at-
The SAE Institute – Lecture Theatre
235 Normanby Road
South Melbourne

Directions:  Entry to SAE is via the Students’ Entry, now located in 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 at the back of the building).

Visitors and guests welcome.

About Rutledge AV:

Rutledge AV is one of Australia’s foremost audio visual systems integration specialists.

Since 1979, Rutledge AV has partnered with many organisations – from all markets and of all sizes – delivering audio visual systems of the highest quality, including venue and broadcast solutions, boardroom and conferencing facilities, meeting room and collaboration technology, lecture theatres, training rooms, IPTV, digital signage systems; and much more.

Rutledge AV operates nationwide, and employs over 300 expert professionals who have a range of specialist AV skills including designers, field engineers, service technicians, project managers, equipment procurers, system installers, software engineers and programmers.

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