Mixing for Live Events, Webinar Dec. 6

Mixing for Live Events, Webinar Dec. 6

"MultiMic, Multi-Source Mixing for Live Events: DSP Audio Processing for Boardrooms, Courtrooms, Classrooms and Multipurpose Venues"

Free Webinar - Dec. 6 - 2:00 p.m. EST

  • With the rapid improvements being made in display technologies and videoconferencing functionality, not to mention the rise in multipurpose venue construction, the demand for quality audio in event production has never been higher—or more attainable.

In this special NewBay Media Webcast, sponsored by Lectrosonics and produced by Sound & Video Contractor and Mix, you’ll learn about system setup and connectivity, including TCP/IP addressability for remote control. Then we’ll take you through tips for dialing in auto-mixing functionality to ensure optimum gain before feedback, including the use of filters, delay and noise suppression on a per-channel basis, along with centralized echo cancellation to guarantee a consistent program. Finally, we’ll offer tips and techniques for dealing with problematic environments. Let’s face it, most boardrooms or lecture halls were not set up with audio as a priority. But that doesn’t mean every voice can’t be heard!

What We'll Cover

• System Setup: The front and back panels
• Connectivity: In-house and to the world at large
• Noise Suppression and Echo Cancellation
• Using Pre-Programmed Effects
• Event Control


Thomas J. Corbett
CTS
Principal Consultant

In addition to 20 years of teaching experience, Mr. Corbett has over 27 years of audiovisual and facility design consulting experience. He has been a consultant at Charles M. Salter Associates since 1990. His areas of expertise include presentation systems with front and rear projection, video and audio teleconferencing, speech reinforcement, playback, page, hearing assistance, and sound masking for educational facilities, performance spaces, corporate auditoria, and civic facilities. Based on his previous career as a theatrical technical director, he has background and experience in sound, lighting, and rigging systems. Mr. Corbett received his M.A. from the University of Wyoming in speech and theatre and is a coauthor of ACOUSTICS: Architecture, Engineering, the Environment (1998 William Stout Publisher). He is a member of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and United States Institute for Theatre Technology.