PLASA has announced the final additions to the programme for PLASA Focus Glasgow 2018, taking place at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) from 17-18 January.
Free registration is still open for the show which offers seminars, technical workshops, and training sessions.
Legendary Funktion-One founder, Tony Andrews will be hosting a seminar, in association with Steedsy.com, which will delve into the audio quality differences between file formats, file players, sound cards and mixers using Funktion-One equipment.
KV2 are set to demonstrate their latest loudspeaker products which are already making impressions internationally within theatre, worship, corporate, and DJ sectors. With demonstrations running throughout the whole show, visitors can get to grips with the ultra-compact passive ESD 25 loudspeaker with active EX 1.5 subwoofer and the active full-range EX 15 loudspeaker.
Also scheduled to appear is Robin Townley, CEO of The Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT) who will be unpicking the implications of Scottish legislation on the use of industry codes including Technical Standards, inviting the audience to contribute to ensure harmonisation with Scottish requirements.
The BBC are also opening their doors once again for an already sold-out studio tour. John Carmichael, the BBC radio operations manager for Scotland will take attendees behind the scenes of the state-of-the-art production facility.
These additions to the programme join the award-winning lighting design duo behind the Enchanted Forest; Shure exploring the loss of 700MHz; d&b audiotechnik discussing frequency response; personnel advice from the Association of Lighting Designers; and the popular Riggers Forum.
To register and sign up for sessions at PLASA Focus Glasgow 2018, visit: www.plasafocus.com/glasgow