Las Vegas, NV (April 13, 2015)—Sound Devices is hosting a range of seminars throughout the 2015 NAB Show.
Fernando Delgado, CAS, owner and sound supervisor of Stickman Sound, a boutique audio house offering mixing and recording services for live and taped television, will be among the presenters. He will explore the various audio tools he relies on for his projects, including Sound Devices’ first dedicated rack-mount audio recorder, the 970, a 64-track Dante and MADI audio recorder. Delgado will present “Sound Devices 970 – The Perfect Fit for High Audio Track Count Productions.”
In addition, Lectrosonics vice president Gordon Moore and Wisycom sales and marketing director Massimo Polo will join Sound Devices co-founder and managing director Jon Tatooles to speak about SuperSlot, an electro-mechanical connection protocol, developed by Sound Devices with the collaboration of wireless manufacturers, to simplify the interconnection of wireless audio transmitters and receivers with audio mixers and cameras.
Veteran cinematographer Art Adams will also be at the booth to discuss the upcoming Video Devices PIX-E series of on-camera recording monitors during his presentation, “PIX-E Recording Field Monitors – Production Friendly and Built for Speed.” With more than 25 years in the film industry, he currently works on a range of commercials and high-end corporate marketing and branding projects. He will focus on the unique benefits that the PIX-E monitors bring to video production.