EVENT DETAILS | 5.15pm to 7.45pm on Friday 31 August 2018
How do we listen to music naturally and what happens when we use a traditional sound reinforcement system?
With the help of a live music ensemble John Taylor of d&b audiotechnik will explain the function of the human ear/brain system in the perception of music and how this fundamental acuity enables us to mix in our heads on a millisecond by millisecond basis. Along the way, we'll discover how traditional sound systems effectively disable this ability, how that effects the way we mix audio and what this understanding means for the future of live sound reinforcement.
OISTAT members free entry (booking required)
NON-OISTAT Members £5 (Plus a one off OISTAT registration fee on arrival)
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