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.
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.
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 9th August, the Melbourne Section of the AES held our regular bi-monthly meeting.
We welcomed over 40 members and guests via Zoom.
Following the Section’s Annual General Meeting (see separate report at https://www.aesmelbourne.org.au/2021-agm-report/), Chairman Graeme Huon introduced Matt Harders, Amber Technologies Brand Manager for Radial/Primacoustic (amongst other brands) to present to us on the topic of
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