PMC has announced the final lineup of speakers for its Masters of Audio seminars, which will take place next week during the 145th AES Convention in New York.
The emphasis of this year’s seminar programme will be on the Dolby Atmos immersive sound format.
PMC’s demo room will feature a PMC Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 setup, consisting of a MB3-XBD-A LCR system, complemented with four IB1S-A III surround channels, a XBD-QB1 Subwoofer and Wafer 2 overhead monitors.
Senior engineer at Universal Music Group’s Capitol Studios, Steve Genewick, will discuss the latest Dolby Atmos music projects that have been mixed in the recently Dolby Atmos certified Capitol Studios C. Genewick’s seminars will run on Wednesday 17, Thursday 18 and Friday 19 October.
Also on Thursday 18 October, producer/engineer Greg Wells will present a seminar on the making of The Greatest Showman in Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 Meanwhile, Daniel Shores, head engineer for Sono Luminus, will share his experience of recording and mixing immersive audio.
Other presentations include The Wow Factor in Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 by Grammy winning engineer Jim Anderson and Shadow of the Tomb Raider – a case study highlighting the use of Dolby Atmos in a video game mix, which will be given by audio director Rob Bridgett.