Concert Sound Master Classes
What Is It: The Concert Sound Master Classes bring together leading FOH engineers and top audio professionals to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges encountered by FOH on concert tours, as well as the architecture of the rig, line arrays, digital consoles, and life on the road. The event includes approximately six sessions, continental breakfasts, and lunches, as well as private access to leading sound manufacturers on the LDI show floor, plus a performance and post show-discussion at a performance venue in Las Vegas.
Where Is It: The Las Vegas Convention Center as part of LDI2013, North America’s largest trade show and conference for the entertainment design & technology industry.
When Is It: November 21-22 as part of LDI2013 in Las Vegas.
Who Is On The Faculty: Speakers have included Matt Herr, David Scheirman, Michael D. Jackson, Kevin Harvey, and more.
Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain insight into the world of concert sound; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising audio professionals from around the world.
What You’ll Learn: Sessions have included: Introduction to RF System Design; Case Study of Elton John's The Million Dollar Piano; Line Array Technology on the Road; Careers in Concert Sound; and more.
What Does It Cost: Prices will be announced in the spring of 2013.
How Can I Participate As A Sponsor: Manufacturers and dealers of concert sound gear or anyone interested in reaching concert sound professionals can sponsor Concert Sound Master Classes at a variety of levels, from something as simple as mentoring a deserving student to a corporate sponsorship that enables you to show off your wares to both attendees and speakers. The structure of the CSMC provides manufacturers both the intimacy and face time of a boutique event and the traffic of a trade show, all for one low price. Sponsorship info for 2013 will be available in the spring.
When Can I Register: Registration opens in the spring.