Remote Production Virtualization Forum: Decentralizing Audio Contribution, May 19

May 19th, 2021
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET

As we continue to deconstruct and adapt live production workflows, content creators are increasingly decoupling signal acquisition, digital processing, and mix control functions; rearranging these to suit evolving requirements.  We will discuss some of the use cases for console remote control surfaces, centralized mix cores, production hubs, and cloud-based audio production solutions.  We will look at Europe and elsewhere where audio production has made significant steps to permanently migrate away from the venue.

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INTRODUCTION
Roger Charlesworth, Executive Director, DTV Audio Group

EMERGING USE CASES AND CAPABILITIES FOR CONSOLE REMOTE OPERATION
Tom Knowles, Product Manager, Broadcast Systems, Solid State Logic

Christian Struck, Senior Product Manager Audio Production, Lawo AG
Pete Walker, Senior Product Manager, Calrec Audio

THE REALITIES OF MIXING FROM HOME
Mike DiCrescenzo, Senior Audio Engineer, NBC Sports
Dana Kirkpatrick, Independent Senior Audio Engineer

Glenn Stillwell, Senior Audio Engineering and Operations Manager, PAC-12 Networks

AUDIO IMPLICATION OF EVOLVING PRODUCTION WORKFLOWS
Paul Bonar, Vice President of Engineering, Game Creek Video

Alex Judd, Technical Specialist, Sky Sports
Henry Rousseau, Associate Director Remote Production Operations, ESPN
Tom Sahara, Media Technologist and Advisor

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