Frank Foti will be featured speaker for a joint meeting of the New York Section of the Audio Engineering Society and Chapter 15 of the Society of Broadcast Engineers next month.
Foti is founder of Omnia Audio, which makes processors for broadcasters and other applications; he’s also a former radio chief engineer who worked in Cleveland, New York and San Francisco.
The AES and SBE chapters say the June 14 evening event in New York City is open to anyone involved in professional audio, and that students in particular are welcome. Admission is free but attendance is limited to 48 people, so organizers encourage interested people to register as soon as possible.
The host is systems engineering consultant David Bialik.
Foti says he will talk about developments in level control and reduction of processor-induced intermodulation. He will also discuss his advocacy of SSBSC modulation of the FM stereo signal to allow increased loudness and potentially reduce signal-induced multipath.
“A Method to Improve Conventional FM Stereo” (Oct. 2010)