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  • AES New York 2015 Project Studio Expo: Mic to Monitor Sun, Nov 1, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

    AES New York 2015 Project Studio Expo: Mic to Monitor Sun, Nov 1, 110 am - 40 pm



    So, you care about your sound, but don't know why you can't quite get the results you strive for!


    Learn from our panel of experts from acoustics, high-end audio product design, music recording and production. Supercharge your music or recording career!

    Attend the Prism Sound Mic to Monitor seminars at AES New York's Project Studio Expo and discover tips, techniques, ideas and solutions you can start using right away!

    The Mic to Monitor seminars will cover practical aspects of room treatment, loudspeaker placement, loudspeaker technology, microphone technology and microphone selection and positioning, A/D & D/A converters, clocking strategies and some fascinating insights into psycho-acoustics.

    Grammy-nominated producer, engineer, mixer and musician, Steve Greenwell is our VIP speaker. He has contributed his skills to over 11 million units in worldwide sales for artists Joss Stone, Diane Birch, Andy Grammer and James Maddock. He has also played a pivotal role in the recording of such diverse talents as Ultraviolet Sound, Susan Cagle, Arrested Development and Disney.
    Make the journey from Mic to Monitor and open your ears to a whole new way of creating your own hit sound!

    We hope to see you at AES!


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