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Shure MXCW Wireless Conferencing System 

Description: Learn about the latest in conferencing solutions from Shure. From the Microflex Complete Wireless (MXCW) all-in-one system dedicated to providing exceptional audio quality, audio security, and ease of use - to the Microflex Complete Wired (MXC) digital conference system with natural, intelligible audio that transforms conferences into productive, effective, and collaborative discussions. Shure has the ideal solution to help you manage your meetings and conferences.

Language: English and French
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Studio 1
Level: Beginner
Presenter: Antony Chliaropoulos
Bio: Antony Chliaropoulos, Market Development Specialist at SFM for Conferencing and Broadcasting, has more than 20 years of experience in the audio and project management industry of all types such as for government, broadcasting, live tours and industrial markets.
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Vectorworks 2020: Your all-in-one Software Solution for Event Design

Description: Join Vectorworks Senior Entertainment Product Specialist, Jim Woodward, as he demonstrates what’s new in Vectorworks, Vision, and Braceworks 2020. Using sample files, Woodward will show enhancements that make for a seamless workflow when moving from 2D to 3D to previsualization and rigging analysis. Additionally, get an inside look at GDTF and MVR, the open file formats that allows you to send data from a CAD program to a previsualiser software, to a console.
 
Language: English
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Studio 3
Level: All levels
Presenter: Jim Woodward
Bio: With over 40 years in the entertainment industry, Jim Woodward has worked around the world on everything from concert touring to designing and producing large-scale corporate events. Woodward also worked as a teacher and consultant to the Vectorworks community, as well as presenting and guest lecturing to the industry in general.
 

IP Network Technology And AES67 in Wired and Wireless Intercom Systems

Description: Details to come.
 
Language: English/French
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25, 12:30 a.m. - 13:30 p.m., Studio 1
Level: Détails to come.
Presenter: Martin Lamothe
Bio: Details to come.
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More art Less Noise - NoizCalc

Description: d&b NoizCalc is a simulation software to predict noise in the environment of one or more d&b sound systems. It uses data from the d&b ArrayCalc simulation software and calculates a noise grid map according to international standards. With these tools, the optimal sonic experience is delivered reliably and faithfully to the right ears, and not the wrong ones. 

Language: English
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25, 12:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Studio 2
Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Presenter: Trevor Nash
Bio: Trevor Nash, Education & Application Support with d&b audiotechnik Canada has over 20 years of experience in professional audio. After many years of touring as both system and mix engineer throughout North America and Internationally for a broad range of artists and events now dedicates his time supporting events & installations throughout Canada with system design, implementation and support of d&b systems.
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Overview of multichannel digital audio transport formats

Description: When digital audio signals need to be sent to one or more places, various possibilities are available. This session will explore the MADI, AVB and Dante formats as well as their pros and cons.

Language: English
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25,  2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Studio 1
Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Presenter: Mario Leroux
Bio: Mario Leroux, product manager at Erikson Audio, has acquired over the years a vast knowledge of audiovisual systems. During his career, he held various positions as AV designer, product specialist and technician. Mario is known for developing effective solutions for integrating entertainment and communication technologies.
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Hearing aid or audio streaming using BYOD solutions through a Wi-Fi network

Description: Thanks to the development of high-quality, low-latency audio streaming technologies through wireless networks, sennheiser is bringing a major new solution to all institutions open to the public and is opening a new simple and innovative service area.

Language: French
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25,  2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Studio 2
Level: All levels
Presenter: Jean-Francois Dunogier
Bio: Visionary, good strategist and aware of technological movements, Jean-Francois DUNOGIER has been in the audiovisual industry since 2012. From product manager to audio manufacturer, project manager, then sales representative for 10 years, he remains an enthusiast with a very good technical knowledge. A good teacher, he likes to popularize and simplify his presentations.
 

The history of trussing from the past to the present

Description: Details to come.

Language: English/French
Date/time/location: Wednesday, March 25,  2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Studio 3
Level: Details to come.
Presenter: Details to come.
Bio: Details to come.
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High density laser scanning (HDS) - A must for your 3D site surveys.

Description: Introducing the benefits of point cloud 3D surveying using high density laser scanners and Vectorworks drawing software.

Language: French
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Studio 1
Level: Beginners / Intermediate
Presenter: Dominique Rivard
Bio: Dominique Rivard offers French-language service for Vectorwoks Canada. Combining both technical training in audiovisual and architecture, he worked since 2003 as technical manager and production manager. His company has the dual objective of offering support to professionals in the entertainment and architecture fields for plans and specifications, as well as promoting the influence of Vectorworks software.
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The complete conversion of your incandescent stage lighting to a LED system - the easy way

Description: The session will demonstrate how to convert an incandescent stage lighting system to an LED system using the existing electrical infrastructure.

Language: English
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 12:30 a.m. - 13:30 p.m., Studio 1
Level: All levels
Presenter: Richard Schick
Bio: Before coming to RWDI Richard was principal of the Theatre Consulting firm Schick Shiner and Associates. He served as General Manager of the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Producer/General Manager of the Gateway Theatre in Richmond, B.C. and the Production Manager of the Citadel Theatre for ten years.
 

M-Noise SPL Measurements for Loudspeaker Systems

Description: Details to come.
 
Language: English/French
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 12:30 a.m. - 13:30 p.m., Studio 2
Level: Details to come.
Presenter: David Vincent
Bio: Details to come.
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BlackTrax - Connecting technology for the automation of creative live experiences

Description: Real-time positional data is the driving force for interactivity. Dive in, explore the endless possibilities of BlackTrax and its ability to seamlessly integrate with multiple production tools. This seminar will stimulate your imagination unlike ever before. 

Language: English
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Studio 3
Level: All levels
Presenter: Nicholas Lau
Bio: Nicholas Lau is a Trainer and Products Specialist at CAST Software. A graduate of Ryerson University's Performance Production program, Nicholas is a talented and experienced trainer with a background in the diverse roles of theatrical and live event production and has experience working on productions on a global scale.
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Enable creativity and communication: wysiwyg, the ultimate solution for lighting professionals

Description: wysiwyg is the must-have, original, and proudly Canadian, all-inclusive production design tool. Join Trainer and Products Specialist, Nicholas Lau, as he introduces tools and workflows from the latest wysiwyg release (R44), designed to enable creativity and communication. 

Language: English
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Studio 3
Level: All levels
Presenter: Nicholas Lau
Bio: Nicholas Lau is a Trainer and Products Specialist at CAST Software. A graduate of Ryerson University's Performance Production program, Nicholas is a talented and experienced trainer with a background in the diverse roles of theatrical and live event production and has experience working on productions on a global scale.
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An Introduction to Dylos (ONYX) 

Description: What is DYLOS? DYLOS is the new dynamic processing engine behind the pixel and media control feature of ONYX.  DYLOS aims to provide new and innovative ways that far exceed the capabilities of regular pixel-mapping systems. This preview allows users to examine how Obsidian envisions the integration of fixture, media and pixel control into the ONYX platform.

Language: French
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 14:00 p.m. - 15:00 p.m., Studio 1
Level: Intermediate
Presenter: Pierre Roy
Bio: Pierre Roy is a professional lighting designer who started his career in 1984. His work has been seen across the world including the United States, Europe, Canada, South America and Asia. Pierre pursues his career as a lighting designer, in hopes to find freelance entertainment projects where he may implement his artistic vision. On this site you will find samples of his work from numerous shows, concerts and corporate events.
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8K ROI camera acquisition system

Description: Panasonic in collaboration with Solotech have developed a new 8K ROI (Region of Interest) multi-camera system, changing the landscape of broadcast production by allowing up to four different 3G images to be produced from a single 8K camera.  Using a small footprint camera and innovative controls, producers can reduce seat kills, minimize labor and give more creative options to directors of live events and sports production. 

Language: English
Date/time/location: Thursday, March 26, 14:00 p.m. - 15:00 p.m., Studio 3
Level: Beginners / Intermediate
Presenter: David Lemmink
Bio: David Lemmink is Director of Engineering for Solotech in their DeKalb, Illinois facility.  With over 30 years of experience in video engineering and live production, working with the top manufacturers and artists,  he has brought innovations to the concert touring and corporate video production workspace through custom packaging, integration, hardware, software and manufacturing.
 
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