At the upcoming Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention in Los Angeles, Sensaphonics founder and president, Michael Santucci, AuD, will be joining legendary sound engineer Mark Frink for a presentation on “Safe Sound & IEM Fundamentals.” The session will take place Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 12:00 PM on the Live Sound Events stage. The 141st AES Convention takes place September 29 to October 1, 2016, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
With their complementary perspectives as audiologist and engineer, Santucci and Frink are expected to bring a powerful combination of knowledge and perspective on hearing health and music touring sound. The information presented at the session, when properly implemented, will help engineers create a stage environment that is conducive to both high-impact, high-resolution monitoring and long-term hearing wellness.
Michael Santucci is an internationally acclaimed audiologist and hearing conservation expert. He is co-chair of the AES Technical Committee on Hearing and Hearing Loss Prevention. His firm, Sensaphonics Inc, is a manufacturer of custom in-ear monitors.
An independent engineer and tech writer, Mark Frink is production manager and sound engineer for the Jacksonville Symphony. He has mixed major tours ranging from Zac Brown to the Three Tenors, and had done major events including the Super Bowl halftime show, the Pope at Giants Stadium, and the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.
Live Sound Expo is a venue dedicated to sound reinforcement topics, and is part of the AES Convention. The expo stage is located on the convention show floor along with the manufacturer exhibits, and is free to all registered attendees.
For more information, visit the Live Sound Expo page on the AES Convention website.
Image credits: Meyer Sound; Mark Frink; Michael Santucci, Sensaphonics