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AES Sessions Feature Dante Installations

AES Sessions Feature Dante Installations

Oct 2, 2014 3:19 PM

PORTLAND�Audinate, inventor of the market leading digital media networking solution Dante, is conducting multiple educational workshops on basic IT principles for audio networks.

Landon Gentry, director of global support services for Audinate, will kick off the AES conference”s Networked Audio Track, October 9 at 9 a.m., in room 404AB with a �Primer on Fundamental Concepts of Media Networking.� This session will offer an overview of the OSI model and how data travels through network layers. Landon will also introducte IP data networking as well as a brief discussion of IP networking standards and protocols that can be leveraged for media networking.

Audinate is also a sponsor of the AES Live Sound Expo on the show floor at the LSE Stage. On October 10 at 11 a.m. Landon Gentry will review �Networks and IT-The Basics.”

Also on October 10, as part of the Networked Audio Track, John Ball, from Microsoft will share an overview of the Dante deployment in Microsoft Production Studios. This presentation explains �how Microsoft upgraded their Redmond, Wash., production facilities with audio-over-IP.� It will be held in room 409AB from 2:15 to 3 p.m.

Then, in the in the same location at 3 p.m., Mark Lownds of Stagetec Australia will talk about �Deployment of Large Scale Networking Based Announcement System for Sydney Rail�, which describes the ongoing Dante-based public address system upgrade for the Sydney mass transportation system.

Matt Wilkinson from ARUP will speak about the new installation called �The Cube� at the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech. Chuck Mitchell from Technology of the Arts will share case studies that illustrate the trends and potential of such installs and profile a number of houses of worship and a unique performance space/laboratory. These presentations, which showcase Dante, will be at the LSE Stage, October 12 from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.