The 6 acre Plaza just opened to the public in Spring of 2022. Featuring multiple venues with audio systems permanently installed outdoors, the main attraction is the Stage Pavilion and Amphitheatre Lawn.
Representatives of the audio design team at IMEG Corp will be on hand to discuss the processes of the design challenges, as well as representatives from New Era Technologies for their part in the installation. We’ll also hear from the Westfield Parks and Rec’s as to the day to day usages.
This should be a very fun and informational event providing attendees with view points from the design, implementation and owner/usage at one of the regions newest event venues!
Members of the Central Indiana Section of the Audio Engineering Society-
After some delay due to the present health crisis, we are once again preparing to hold our biennial section election! This election will include the positions of section chair, vice-chair, secretary, and treasurer, as well as committee members. Candidates for these positions must be AES member in good standing who list Central Indiana as their primary section. To nominate yourself or another member of the Central Indiana Section, please email the name, member number, email address, and short bio & headshot (if available) to the current section secretary, Brett Leonard by Thursday, January 20th, 2022. In addition to section officer elections, the upcoming ballot will also include a proposed change of the Central Indiana Section’s name to the Indiana Section, intended to reflect that our Section activities are open to all throughout the state by removing the reference to the central Indiana geographic area, which often has been misinterpreted as being restrictive. The full text of the relevant changes to the bylaws will be included in the ballot.
Voting will open on Monday, January 24th, 2022 via a secure, anonymous online ballot using your AES member number, and voting will remain open for two weeks. Following voting, election results will be announced at the next section meeting, held virtually on Tuesday, February 8th, 2022 at 7 PM.
We are looking forward to a great year, a variety of new events/meetings, and a happy New Year!
The Central Indiana Section of the Audio Engineering Society presents “Historical Development of the Unidyne I, II, III”
Have you ever wondered how the Shure “Unidyne” became one of the most recognized and familiar items in the audio and broadcasting business?
Joins us as Michael Pettersen and Gino Sigismondi share historical information and photos from the Shure archives to give us an interesting and accurate history of the development and marketing of this classic microphone.
Central Indiana AES Section joins in toasting the New Year!
To help get the year 2021 started in a positive way, we have opted for a virtual “Social Hour.” This will be an opportunity to re-connect with your professional friends in the audio and related fields…
– catch up on what you’ve been doing
– chat about what’s ahead
– share any concerns or positive events during the pandemic
– chat about industry happenings, changes, trends
– find out which company bought out the other
We hope this will be a way to help engage members and professionals in looking forward to a solid recovery in the New Year. If there are enough participants, we will set up breakout rooms to provide a better opportunity to share among a smaller group.
Looking forward to seeing and hearing from you on January 5th! Don’t forget to bring your favorite drink so we can to toast to everyone’s health and well-being in the New Year.
This event is free and will be hosted virtually on Zoom. Register below at our Eventbrite page to receive connection info.
Join us for this first in a series of roundtable discussions about different career tracks in the audio industry. This panel will feature five local (Indiana) professionals, representing the following career areas:
Live Sound & Basic Audio Operator Training
TV Sound & Freelance
Join us for this opportunity to hear more and ask questions about careers in these audio specialty fields.
Join us when guest presenters Gino Sigismondi and Michael Pettersen will be reviewing the various challenges automatic mic mixing was developed to address, along with the evolution of Shure products – from early designs to today’s advanced products.
They will note various applications for installed systems, such as: education, board rooms,courtrooms, legislative halls, convention facilities, houses of worship and broadcast studios.
Gino Sigismondi is Associate Director of Technical Support & Training at Shure, Inc. Michael Petterson is Director of Corporate History at Shure, Inc.
You must register via this Eventbrite Link (free) in order to receive the link to join the webinar: