PLASA London 2013, which takes place at ExCeL London from 6–9 October 2013, has added new sessions to the AudioLab programme this week, including: • Glastonbury 2013 – join the team behind the famous Arcadia stage to delve into the creative and technical vision behind the UK's most cutting edge festival show. • Demystifying Audio Techniques – d&b audiotechnik utilise visual experiments and practical demonstrations to expand your knowledge of the basic principles of electroacoustics. Discover what happens to sound as it travels from the loudspeaker to the listener, how the room affects what we hear and what you can do to improve it. • RG Jones present “Everything you know is wrong” - Renowned live sound engineer Simon Honywill shares his thoughts on the latest developments in loudspeaker design. This eye opening session will leave you questioning what you thought you knew! Chris Toulmin, head of events, PLASA London 2013, commented: “It’s fantastic to see these pioneering audio companies embrace the ethos of AudioLab so enthusiastically. The Theatre will see the brightest and best audio engineers freely sharing their knowledge and experiences, and in the Interactive section we have some exciting experiments set up that are designed to test pro audio theory and really push the boundaries of what this equipment is capable of.” Additionally, PLASA London has confirmed that specialist asset finance company Medialease will sponsor the AudioLab Arena. “The PLASA show is a great opportunity to meet so many audio and lighting professionals under one roof. The exciting new AudioLab Arena offers a new demo and product selection experience, which we expect to be second to none. It gives users the chance to compare the latest technology in an innovative and engaging environment, which we fully support,” said Paul Robson, managing director, Medialease. www.plasashow.com
Last chance at free registration for PLASA London 2013
Within the week, PLASA London 2013 will close its free registration offer. In order to save the £20 ticket price, visitors are urged to sign up online for the 6-9 October event.