Eric was invited to sit on an expert panel entitled, “Corporate Events: Complex Setup, One Chance to Get it Right, What Could Go Wrong?” at the 137th International Audio Engineering Society Convention. It was in interesting seminar filled with discussion about how to approach corporate events from a techniques, politics and equipment perspective.
Info on the session and a link to get the recording – http://www.aes.org/events/137/livesound/?ID=4226
Eric’s Bio Page at the AES – http://www.aes.org/events/137/presenters/?ID=2763
When you step up to audio for corporate events, you will find that the clients are more demanding, with a higher expectation that the spoken word is heard very clearly. Corporate sound can be rewarding but it can also be difficult to accomplish, since “the look” is often more important than the optimal loudspeaker placement. The routing of signals can get very complicated, with multiple loudspeaker zones and teleconferencing. Our panel will describe years of frustration and success in the trenches at corporate events.