The next online meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be held on Monday 3rd October 2022 at 7:30pm – via Zoom.
Angus Davidson of Red Road Immersivewill present on the topic of:
Recording Music for Immersive Platforms
applying Dolby Atmos to music streaming
Dolby Atmos has transitioned from its recognised role in film sound, to a new and significantly different role as a dedicated platform for streaming music playback, on platforms like Apple Music, Tidal and Amazon +.
On Monday 20th June the AES Melbourne Section finally returned to our old meeting haunt of the SAE Institute lecture theatre, where we welcomed Vastigo’s Joe Hayes to demonstrate his DaS (Diffusion at Source) AuReality loudspeakers.
In October last year, Joe introduced us to his concept of the DaS loudspeaker algorithm which provides a listening experience unshackled from the room’s acoustics and free of sweet-spot limitations. A full report on that presentation can be found at https://www.aesmelbourne.org.au/mtg-rpt-oct2021/
This time around, Joe gave us the opportunity to hear the results of his work.
AGM – Followed by John Mulcahy: Room Eq Wizard Developer
Our Section AGM is planned for Mon 8th August 2022 at 7:30pm It will be an online (Zoom) session where we will report to the membership on Section activities and hold an election of Officers and Committee. If you wish to serve on the Committee please contact us here
Following the AGM, the developer of the powerful Room Eq Wizard software, John Mulcahy will present to us on its development, applications and future directions.
Further details and the booking form will be posted here closer to the date.
SMPTE Invites AES Members to their Melbourne cinema-audio event
– As the Director Intended –
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers active Standards group 25CSS and John Maizels in conjunction with their Melbourne chapter and support from Village cinemas Australia (Tim Weeks) is hosting a discussion group and practical session focussing on cinema sound.
This will be held from 3:00 pm on Monday 27th June at: Cinema 11, Village Cinemas, Jam Factory, Level 1, 500 Chapel Street South Yarra.
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