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Pro-Audio Show 2023 Set for October

BBC R&D will discuss audio innovations at the event

The Institute of Professional Sound is bringing sound professionals together in October for the 2023 Pro-Audio Show. With a focus solely on sound processionals, Pro-Audio Show 2023 convenes at Greenford Hall in West London on Oct. 14.

More than 30 international exhibitors representing 70-plus brands are expected to exhibit at the one-day free event, which also includes live Q&A sessions and social activities.

Live presentations announced include BBC Research and Development Lead Research Engineer Chris Baume highlighting BBC’s recent sound innovations and providing a glimpse into the future; BAFTA-nominated dubbing mixer and Head of Sound at Directors Cut Films Kate Davies leading a session on post production; and production sound mixer Stuart Piggot talking about overcoming challenges on the Apple TV+ series Hijack.

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“Depending on working genre, the nature of sound work can be quite solitary from a craft point-of-view, and the IPS Pro-Audio Show is about redressing that balance,” stated show coordinator Ian Sands.

Sands noted that with the majority of sound people working in freelance roles, shows like the Pro-Audio Show provide good opportunities for freelancers to gather and to build networks.

“It is as much about inclusivity and community as it is about the equipment,” he said. “While the show serves the entire sound community across TV, radio, film, production, post, live events, games, music recording and education, it is not just an industry sound show; it is also about building communities and bringing people together.