March 4, 2017 - The LA Audio Show, running at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel from June 2 through June 4, has announced an ambitious group of 17 seminars over the three day period. "Our partner, the Los Angeles & Orange County Audio Society (LAOCAS), put together a team, headed by Mark Katz, the organization's Chairman, and charged it with developing the most diverse and exciting series of seminars ever held at an audio show," said Marine Presson, LAAS Show Director. In addition to, Dr. Katz, the team includes LAOCAS Vice President, Gary Rotter, and Executive Vice President for Programming, Chip Moore.
"Whether our guests are experienced audiophiles or new to high performance audio, we've got sessions planned that will be both educational and entertaining," said Dr. Katz. Typical of the breadth and diversity of the program are sessions on high resolution audio—what it is and what it isn't—conducted by Mark Waldrep of AIX Records, and leading proponent of High-Res audio, and The Care and Future of Vinyl, presented by Michael Fremer, of Stereophile and Analog Planet.
For those curious about how recordings are made, Cookie Marenco, Founder of Blue Coast Records, will take attendees on a tour of the process from studio to listening room.
Additionally, for music fans who are passionate about streaming, Marc Finer, Senior Director of DEG, the Digital Entertainment Group, will lead a panel of consumer electronics and music industry executives who will discuss the benefits of the latest studio quality hi-res streaming services.
Robert Harley, of The Absolute Sound, again moderates one of the most popular panels, "Meet the Legends," bringing together some of the most celebrated audio engineers and designers to talk about high performance audio and how they approach it.
Today, people enjoy music on the go as well as in well-equipped listening rooms. And the LA Audio Show has seminars for those folks, as well. Kevin Voecks, of HARMAN Luxury Audio, will lead a seminar on Car Audio and headphones and personal listening will be addressed by a panel headed by Andy Regan, of Jerry Harvey Audio.
For a complete list, see http://www.laaudioshow.com/
The LA Audio Show is a presentation of the Orion Group and is managed by Marine Presson, Show Director. Prior to joining the LAAS effort, Ms. Presson served as the Show Manager for the T.H.E. Show in Newport Beach. She comes to the LA Audio Show after four years at T.H.E., beginning in 2013, when she was in charge of meeting and planning. For space availability and similar questions, Ms. Presson can be reached at (720) 328-8037 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For other Show information, visit: http://www.laaudioshow.
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