Michael Silbergleid

Michael Silbergleid

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Audio Engineering Society Explores “The Power of Sound” at AES Milan 2018 – Organizing Committee Announced

— This May’s 144th International Audio Engineering Society Convention to cover the full spectrum of professional audio topics including 3D Audio, Sound Reinforcement, Sound for Cinema, Sound for VR, Multichannel Audio, Recording and Production and Room Acoustics — New York, NY, February 14, 2018 — The Audio Engineering Society has announced the distinguished membership of […]  More

Giving virtual reality a ‘visceral’ sound (University of Rochester)

Most work to date on VR/AR technologies has focused on the 3-D visuals, says Zhiyao Duan, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. University of Rochester researchers and Eastman School of Music musicians are working together to make the quality of the audio experience as high as the visuals. Imagine what it would be […]  More

‘Blue Planet’ dazzles with help from cutting-edge audio & video technology

NYPost.com reports that BBC America’s “Planet Earth: Blue Planet II” has been generating buzz, and big viewership, for its stunning imagery of underwater life from around the world. Series executive producer James Honeyborne says that some of those images (and accompanying audio) would have been impossible to capture five years ago when the series started production. […]  More

North American Broadcasters Association and European Broadcasting Union Release Joint World Broadcasting Unions’ Cyber Security Recommendations

Toronto, ON – February 5, 2018 – For several months, the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) have jointly worked to develop the World Broadcasting Unions (WBU) Cyber Security Recommendations for Media Vendors, Systems Software and Services, a set of cyber security recommendations intended to create a dialogue with media […]  More

Broadcast TV Audio Riding The IP Wave

As broadcasters’ comfort level in doing things over IP networks has risen, more and more vendors are offering ATSC 3.0-compatible products that include such features as immersive sound and object-based audio. At the same time, wireless microphone vendors and their customers are tackling the present-day challenge of moving off of the 600 MHz UHF spectrum. […]  More

What Matters Most in Buying a New Computer for Audio Post Production

TheBroadcastBridge.com reminds us that there comes a time about every three or four years when it is smart to upgrade the computer that is the basis for a digital audio workstation. This upgrade ensures you are running hardware that is capable of handling the increasing capabilities of new audio software. See the complete story at https://www.thebroadcastbridge.com/content/entry/10327/what-matters-most-in-buying-a-new-computer-for-audio-post-production  More

A Banner Opening Day for the Audio Engineering Society’s Innovative AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium

— AES@NAMM, a new education and training event targeted specifically at NAMM Show attendees and members of the pro audio community seeking a dynamic educational experience, draws diverse attendance base on its first day — Anaheim, CA, January 25, 2018 — The inaugural AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium: Live & Studio opened today, offering a full […]  More

2018 Audio Prognostication—What Lies Ahead?

TVTechnology.com looks at 2018 and asks “What Lies Ahead?” The beginning of a new year is an excellent time to reflect on life and ponder mysteries—such as why we make a big deal out of one year starting as another ends, and whether time is just an imaginary construct in the first place. Of course, […]  More