Walt Zerbe just attended AES 2019 (the Audio Engineering Society conference in New York) and the focus was immersive and interactive audio. Walt shares the answers to these (and many other) questions:
Is stereo really dead? Is immersive music the answer since surround mixes didn’t make the cut?
How are engineers going to remix older tracks for 3D audio?
How are engineers recreate acoustic spaces virtually?
What’s the difference between “analytic” and “synthetic” hearing?
What was the upshot of the “loudness war” in the audio recording universe?
If you’ve got audiophile clients — or, really, if you do any audio calibration of any kind — this podcast is a must-listen.
The National Electrical Code's new edition (NEC 2020) will impact your business. Long-time CEDIA instructor Ken Erdmann (Erdmann Electric) walks us through the important stuff, and tells us what we need to look out for in the future.
For more info on CEDIA: cedia.net.
Rich Green (Rich Green Ink) and Alex Capecelatro (josh.ai) attended the Z-Wave Fall Summit and are here to give us an update on the presentations they saw — and hosted — on voice control, AI advances, and more —and how they relate to the residential tech industry.
To learn more about CEDIA, check out CEDIA.net.
Nine candidates are running for CEDIA's elected positions on the association's Board of Directors. In this podcast, each individual is given two minutes to tell you why you should vote for them.
To learn more about the men and women running, the process and open seats, and to cast your vote, go to cedia.net/election.