New York, NY (October 6, 2005)–During the AES Convention in NYC, which starts tomorrow and runs thru October 10, Linear Acoustic president Tim Carroll will be speaking at one of the Broadcast Events organized as part of a Special Events program.
On Saturday, October 8, from 9:00 AM – 11 AM, Carroll will be part
of “B2 – Audio for HDTV,” a discussion forum chaired Andy Butler of PBS. Other panelists include Rocky Graham from Dolby Laboratories, Alan Kraemer from SRS Labs, Geir Skaaden from Neural Audio and Dave Wilson from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
“This important event will discuss several surround-sound technologies and how they are actually being implemented for HDTV,” Carroll stated. Topics include production, transmission, reception and consumer response.
After spending over seven years at Dolby Laboratories, Carroll founded
Linear Acoustic, Inc. While at Dolby’s San Francisco headquarters as Product
Manager, Professional Audio Division, Carroll helped define and develop Dolby
Digital, Dolby E, and Dolby Surround products for HDTV, DVD, and Digital
Cinema. Known and respected by many top film and DVD sound mixers, his name can be found in the credits of multiple motion picture and DVD titles. Carroll is also co-inventor of a patent-applied-for audio dynamic range processing system for professional and consumer applications. He remains actively involved in the creation of Digital Television standards and practices and is currently the chairman of the Standards Evaluation Working Group (SEWG) and of the Audio Issues Ad-hoc Group of the ATSC. He also authored “Audio Notes,” a monthly column for TV Technology.
Linear Acoustic, Inc.