Baltimore, MD (April 23, 2014)—PLASA Focus: Baltimore 2014 has added new exhibitors and seminar speakers; the event is taking place at the Reitz Arena, Loyola University, Maryland, on May 8-9, 2014.
The latest exhibitors to sign up include d&b audiotechnik, Ushio, A.C.T Lighting, Nemetschek Vectorworks, Stagemaker, Parlights, Robe Lighting, Neutrik, PixelFlex, Nicolaudie, Navigator Systems, Shadowstone, Look Solutions, Group One, Core Lighting, Applied Electronics, and Absen America, to name a few.
Numerous new sessions have been added to the Professional Development Program, a two-day program of free-to-attend educational seminars running alongside the event, including some audio-oriented offerings
Lane Elms is Resident Sound Designer for the Signature Theatre in Washington DC; in Sound System Design for Musical Theatre, Elms will present a general overview of the process involved in designing a sound system for musical theatre.
In Demystifying Audio, Adair Mallory of d&b audiotechnik will provide a basic look at the acoustic signal path between the loudspeaker and the listener’s ear. Fundamentals of audio and acoustics will be reinforced using practical examples, demonstrations and experiments.
PLASA Events have joined up with the Academy of Production Technology to put together a hands-on training program for production technicians looking to enhance their credentials. The training is taking place May 5-7 at the 4Wall Entertainment offices in Columbia, Maryland. There are three training programs on offer: Entertainment Electricity, Power Distribution and Controls; Live Audio Training; and Entertainment Rigging. All participants will be eligible to receive ETCP credits. Further information can be found on the PLASA Focus: Baltimore website.
PLASA Focus: Baltimore