Curious about what some experts have to say about sound level metering and logging?
In collaboration with 10EaZy, dBcontrol and Ancienne Belgique, Amptec organizes a seminar on sound level metering. What are the current problems, what will future legislation give, how to do this sound level metering yourself, how to install this in your theatre,...
When: 25 May 2010; 13.30-17.00
Where: Ancienne Belgique, AB Club, Brussels
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14.00-14.30: ir. Marcel Kok - dBcontrol
engineer specialized in sound level metering at many major festivals (Lowland, I Love Techno, Pinkpop,...)
short story of the developments in sound level limits in Belgium last 10 years
14.45-15.45: Jacob Navne - SGaudio
designer of 10EaZy and sound engineer at Vega and Roskilde
story behind 10EaZy, use, development and future development, how measurement works and how (not) to do it
16.00-16.30: Marc Vrebos - Ancienne Belgique
technical director of Ancienne Belgique
status on current discussion in commission of Flemish minister of Environment, Nature et culture, Joke Schauvlieghe and current use in AB
discussion and hands on
Do you wish to attend this seminar on the hottest topic in live audio and get to know more about the coolest solution to this problem? You can subscribe by just sending a mail with your contact details and number of participants to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation is for free.
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Designed for sound engineers - by sound engineers, the main design goal of 10EaZy is to aid in getting the most from a given dB limit.
10EaZy removes the hassle of small unreadable dB meter displays or expensive highly sophisticated measurement units, replacing it all with an easy to use display and a turn-key solution including both software and calibrated - ready to use - hardware.