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:
Amidst the turmoil of the current global health situation, the Audio Engineering Society’s 148th International Convention is going online! Join us for the Virtual Vienna Convention, with online sessions from presenters including Thomas Lund (Genelec), Eddy Brixen (DPA), Nadja Wallaszkovits (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Daniel Belcher (d&b audiotechnik), Bob McCarthy (Meyer Sound), Alex Case (UMass Lowell;Focal Press), and many more!
Some live presentations will air in the morning through early afternoon in the Eastern timezone, while others are available on-demand. Registration has been drastically discounted.
What: Sound Reinforcement for Acoustic Jazz with Dr. Ian Corbett When: January 25, 2020 – 2:00pm – 3:30pm Where: University of Indianapolis, Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center ( 1400 E Hanna Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46227 ) RSVP: Use our Eventbrite page or our Contact form
While all sound reinforcement scenarios share certain aspects, each genre of music can present unique challenges. Acoustic jazz can couple a large variety of instrumentation, a wide dynamic range, and a demand for high fidelity and clear sound. How does the modern engineer deal differently with reinforcement of this demanding musical genre? Dr. Ian Corbett, renowned live sound and location recording engineer, and author of Mic It!, presents his approach to operating in the world of acoustic jazz to create the ideal experience for both the audience and musicians on stage. Join us for discussion, live demonstrations, and Q&A!
Live Sound for a Major Musical Show and Holiday Dinner (Please read carefully.)
When/Where: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019, 4:15 PM @ Hilbert Circle Theater followed by Dinner at Shapiro’s ~ 5: 45 PM.
Join us for a hands-on talk with Alan Alford, audio engineer for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, as he explains the details and challenges for the ISO’s 34 st annual IPL Yuletide Celebration musical production. Among the challenges of this production is handling over 35 wireless microphone systems. This season, Alan will be using a Yamaha PM7 console, the Shure Axient wireless radios and Clear-Com FreeSpeak wireless systems.
NOTE: There is a tight window for this session – the talk with Alan will begin promptly at 4:15 PM and end at 5:15 PM. We have been asked to assemble just inside the 32 E. Washington Street entrance (Symphony Center) by 4:15 PM; specifically, do NOT enter the theater by the main doors on the Circle.
Also, because of the tight schedule and very busy backstage area, it is important that you RSVP so we can have an accurate list of those attending – otherwise, you may not be able to be admitted.
There are two Yuletide productions that day, one at 2:00 PM and the other at 8:00 PM. Frankie Moreno is this year’s host. You may wish to attend one of these (your option) in order to have a greater appreciation for the magnitude and complexity of the task of handling live sound for this major production. (We are not able to hold a block of tickets; that is, you must purchase your own ticket(s), available online at www.indianapolissymphony.org.) HCT is located at 45 Monument Circle, Indianapolis. Parking is available in several nearby garages and at Circle Center (underground).
Immediately following we will proceed to the nearby Shapiro’s restaurant, 808 S. Meridian, for a holiday dinner. Cost for AES members only will be $7.00, with the balance being subsidized by the Section. Treasurer, Phil Hodson, will take your $7 share (cash only) before paying the total bill. Non-AES members will need to pay the full amount.
What: Acoustics with Gavin Haverstick When: November 14th 6:30pm Where: Forney Hall G124 – Purdue University (480 W Stadium Ave, West Lafayette, IN 47907) RSVP: Use our EventBrite or Contact form
Join Central Indiana AES and Purdue University’s Student Chapter for a presentation on acoustics by Gavin Haverstick
Event is free but we ask that you register so we know you’re coming. Parking is on own. Visitor parking on campus is available at various locations including Northwestern Avenue Garage located at 504 Northwestern Ave, West Lafayette, IN 47906 .
What: IUPUI ReverBall – Free! When: November 7th 3:30pm – 10:30pm Where: Eskenazi Fine Arts Center – 1410 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202 RSVP: Use our EventBrite or Contact form
Our Central Indiana AES Section meet time will be 6:30 PM at Eskenazi Fine Arts Center (1410 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis). This evening’s activities will include a Tour of IUPUI’s Music Technology facilities across campus, along with various ensembles that will be performing throughout the Eskenazi Fine Arts Centeras part of IUPUI’s ReverBall. We will see various installations plus exhibitions and performances by students from the Herron School of Art and the Music and Arts Technology program.
Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Eskenazi Fine Arts Center. After meeting at the EFAC as a group we will take the Yellow JagLine to the Music and Arts Technology building on campus at approximately 7:00pm. Tour will wrap up by 8:00pm and we will head back to the arts center.
The ReverBall exhibit and performances at Eskenazi Fine Arts Center are free and open to the public. However, we ask that any AES members wishing to join on the tour of the technology facilities to please register for the event at our eventbrite page or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Our host will be Dr. Tim Hsu, faculty member in Purdue’s Music Technology program.