The next online meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be on Monday 14th February 2022 at 7:30pm AEDT (UTC+11).
Merlijn Van Veen, Chair of the AES Standards Task Group SC-04-03-A and Senior Technical Support & Education Specialist at Meyer Sound will present on the topic of:
AES75: AES standard for acoustics Measuring loudspeaker maximum linear sound levels using noise
Merlijn will briefly explore the background and impetus for this project. The AES Standards procedure will be explained and demonstrated, including challenges faced by the SC-04-03-A Task Group and how the Group’s activities have inspired development within other standard bodies. The session will close with a description of the remaining development steps.
On Monday December 13th the AES Melbourne Section mounted yet another Zoom online meeting.
Over thirty members and guests joined the meeting to hear Michail Barabasz of Lorantz Audio Services present on the topic of Loudspeaker Power Ratings
After welcoming everyone, Section Chair Graeme Huon introduced Michail who started his presentation with a brief history of his career at Plessey Rola (pre-1975), including and his involvement with the 1977 Australian Standard for Sound System Equipment (AS1127, Part 5 – Loudspeakers), before establishing Lorantz Audio Services in 1976.
On Monday October 11th the AES Melbourne Section mounted another Zoom online meeting, due to Victoria’s continuing and now world record-breaking pandemic lockdown situation.
Over thirty members and guests joined the meeting to hear Inventor and Vastigo Ltd CTO, Joe Hayes speak on his DaS AuReality loudspeaker technology in a presentation entitled:
“From Stradivarius to Speaker – technology for improvements in sound delivery and room acoustics treatment”
The DaS AuReality system claims to reduce the impact of room acoustics for the listening experience and produce a listening experience free of sweet spot limitations by using an algorithm to create Diffusion at the Source (DaS))
The impact of remote music collaboration software on music production in the time of Covid-19
Collaborative software platforms enabling interaction between global communities of recording artists and music producers have grown exponentially in the last decade and have undergone further changes during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
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