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Thursday, October 21 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Case Studies: Deploying Audio Networks for Live Sound Applications Using Milan

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Touring audio systems are built under unforgiving circumstances: they must be set up to be configured quickly while scaling to venues of various sizes. With thin financial margins and often constrained physical space, using audio networking will reduce cables and consolidate distribution, but the savings cannot come at the cost of quality, flexibility, or ease of use; the audio data must be precisely timed and utterly reliable for it all to work.

This session will examine IEEE-based audio networking protocol Milan in particular, a widely accepted solution to the audio distribution challenges posed by live sound applications. Through live sound case studies, including Roskilde Festival, Northern Europe’s largest running music festival, Rammstein stadium tour featuring 180+ networked Milan amplifiers/processors, Arcade Fire tour across over 50 locations, the 17,000 seat Hollywood Bowl venue, Metallica tour, and others, the presenters will demonstrate in detail how Milan networks would be deployed and configured in a variety of live sound applications. We will examine the capabilities and constraints of the protocol, clarifying how they impact system design.

The real-world case study examples will also demonstrate rapid deployment of a reliable, deterministic audio network with interoperable audio endpoints from a wide variety of vendors. Attendees will learn about the core challenges of AV networking and how to solve them, as well as when to select Milan for audio distribution – and upon selection, how to design the network, specify components, and deploy the system correctly – crucial considerations under touring timelines.

Visit www.avnu.org/milan to learn more, or visit the Milan public forum to ask questions and connect directly with Avnu’s Pro AV members.

Speakers
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Richard Bugg

Digital Products Solutions Architect, Meyer Sound Labs
Richard Bugg is the Digital Products Solutions Architect for Meyer Sound. He is responsible for developing solutions to meet demanding artistic requirements for Meyer Sound customers. For the past two decades Richard has been working with Digital Audio Show Control and immersive sound... Read More →
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Morten Lave

Adamson Systems
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Scott Sugden

Product and Technology Outreach Manager, L-Acoustics
Scott Sugden contributes to the success and growth of L-Acoustics by liaising with key stakeholders across geographies and company functions to help L-Acoustics identify and capitalize upon new product opportunities. He is responsible for accompanying L-Acoustics products from launch... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm EDT
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