Costa Mesa, CA (November 1, 2010)–QSC Audio Products founder Pat Quilter will participate in two panels at the upcoming 129th AES Convention held in San Francisco.
Quilter is scheduled to appear at “The Greening of Live Audio for Medium and Small Operators” live sound seminar held on Thursday, November 4 and the “Audio Manufacturing in a Global Economy” product design seminar held on Sunday, November 7.
“It’s an honor to be asked to share my insights, trials and conclusions with those who make up our audio professional community,” states Quilter, Chairman of the Board, QHI Holdings, Inc. “The world of professional audio has changed tremendously over the past decades. We’re confronting a myriad of technological, logistical, economic and environmental issues today that 30 years ago could not have been fully anticipated.”
Quilter’s first panel discussion will focus on environmentally sustainable audio production practices with consideration given to reducing environmental impact through reduced power draw, decreased transportation, and labor costs. His second panel discussion confronts the issue of how manufacturing in today’s global economy has affected the audio field from a number of perspectives including: economics, quality, and innovation.
The 129th AES Convention will be held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center from November 4 through November 7, 2010.
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