Reproduced Sound takes residence from November 15-17 at Southampton, which is home to two universities involved in acoustics teaching and research.
The conference, which is being held at the Holiday Inn and has the theme Sound with Pictures: Time is of the essence, will include two full days of papers and presentations on the Wednesday and Thursday and a workshop on virtual audio on the Tuesday evening.
Keith Holland, Reproduced Sound (RS) chairman, says: “We are again keeping with the ever popular residential format familiar with RS conferences, which encourages valuable and sociable networking between attendees. We have taken RS to Manchester in the past, which resulted in excellent contributions from Salford and Manchester Universities, among others, and this time we are hoping for something similar from the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) and from Southampton Solent. “
The programme includes a wide variety of papers from practitioners, consultants and academics, along with a number of workshops and demos, says Holland.
Holland adds: “The papers cover many aspects of sound reinforcement, 3D auralisation, speech intelligibility, sound for cinema/TV, PAVA systems, transducers and measurement systems. There will be opportunities to visit both Southampton Solent (Thursday evening) and the ISVR (Friday morning). “
RS is organised by the Institute of Acoustics’ Electro-Acoustics Group.