Los Angeles, CA (September 26, 2016)—PMC will be all over this week’s AES Convention in Los Angeles, from hosting a string of presentations from notable engineers and producers, to the presence of PMC speakers around the exhibition floor and more at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
PMC’s Masters of Audio presentations in demo room 515B will include prominent engineers and producers, many of whom have won multiple Grammy Awards for their work. Those taking part this year include:
• Producer Greg Wells, who has worked with Adele, Pharrell Williams and Elton John
• Classical producer Daniel Shores
• Producer David Miles Huber, who also wrote the book Modern Recording Techniques
• Producer Al Schmitt, who has worked with Frank Sinatra, George Benson and Quincy Jones
• 10 x Grammy Award-winning producer Jim Anderson
• Tonmeister and Bayerischer Rundfunk senior engineer, Ulrike Schwartz-Anderson
• Producer Steve Genewick, who has worked with Diana Krall, Neil Young, George Benson and Paul McCartney
• Apple Music/Beats 1 Studios Worldwide Chief Studio Engineer, Kevin Keith
• Producer Dave Rideau, whose credits include Janet Jackson, Sting and Earth Wind and Fire
• Producer and owner of the newly opened Sphere Studios in Los Angeles, Francesco Cameli
• Engineer Jeff Ellis, who recently completed work on Frank Ocean’s second album, Blonde.
PMC’s demo room will be equipped with the company’s flagship QB1-XBD-A and IB2-XBD-A monitor systems. Both systems will be put through their paces between seminar sessions.
On the show floor at booth 113, PMC will present its compact twotwo range of active nearfield monitors—the twotwo.5, twotwo.6, twotwo.8 and matching active subs. PMC twotwo loudspeakers will also be seen on a number of other AES booths, with manufacturers such as API, Benchmark and Antelope deploying PMC monitors to support their own equipment demonstrations.
Finally, for the 13th year running, PMC will provide the AES with a full BB5-XBD-A 5.1 system for its high resolution play back session and seminars, and host the AES Student Critique sessions in its 515B demo room.