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December 2022 Meeting Notice – Audio Loudness for New Delivery Platforms

Meeting Notice

The next online meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be held on
Monday 12th December 2022 at 8:30pm – via Zoom. Note later time

Leading US broadcast technologist, and AES TD1008 Document Working Group Chair John Kean will present on the topic of:

AES Development and Promotion of Audio Loudness Techniques

for new audio delivery platforms

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Meeting Report: October 2022 – Angus Davidson on Immersive Music

On Monday 3rd October, the Melbourne Section of the AES held our regular bi-monthly meeting.

We welcomed about 30 members and guests via Zoom.

Angus Davidson from Red Road Immersive studio presented to us on the topic

Recording Music for Immersive Platforms 
– applying Dolby Atmos to music streaming

Chairman Graeme Huon introduced Angus who started his presentation with a brief run-through of his career to date.

Angus Davidson describing the Atmos recording process
Angus Davidson describing the Atmos recording process (Photo Rod Staples)

He then moved on to introduce the studio design decisions necessary for Dolby Atmos mixing, covering the appropriate room size for different applications (music, video, or film work) as well as the acoustic treatment, and choices of working with a physical console or mixing “in-the-box”.
He then spoke about equipment choices, emphasising the criticality of speaker choice.

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