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TUESDAY 23 AUGUST

10:30 11:30

Breaking Down the Barriers

Richard Neville has gone from lighting school shows at high school in Sydney to designing world concert tours, massive dance parties and jointly founding, building and managing the country’s only visual design firm. Contrary to public opinion, it didn’t happen with the flick of a switch. In this session, Richard will talk through the barriers that have been jumped, sidestepped, broken down or completely rebuilt as he has built a career, a company and lifestyle around a job that he loves. Touching on his personal history, the evolution of Mandylights and a few of his favourite projects along the way, Richard will offer an insight into his work and business that is sure to interest those starting out or anybody interested in the world of lighting, visual and production design.

Richard Neville Richard Neville
12:00 1:00

Mixing it up - Setting Yourself Up for a Successful Gig

Mixing live sound is one of the most fun and rewarding, yet often challenging aspects of being an audio engineer. Getting the best sound possible requires a lot more than just setting gain and pushing up faders. Tod Deeley will draw on his 20 years experience in the industry to share his tips and tricks to avoid common difficulties of mixing live sound. The session will discuss the importance of setting the system up right, mixing for the space, pre-empting problems, knowing the music and trusting yourself to positively enhance the audience’s experience. An interactive session where you will be encouraged to ask questions and seek guidance. You will take away ideas to give yourself a better chance to get a great mix at your next live show.

Tod Deeley Tod Deeley
1:30 3:00

Media Servers For Live Events - Combining Science and Art to Make Magic Happen.

The growing use of digital footage and/or animation technology in live performance environments such as theatre, corporate events, dance, installations and music shows over the past few years has led to the development of media servers designed specifically for live events. There seems to be no end to the spectacular visual effects that can be created with this technology as it is continually evolving. Often it is the team work of the designer and their programmer that produces amazing results. Facilitated by ALIA President and Lighting Designer Rohan Thornton, this panel of leading lighting, video and projection designers and their programmers will share their experiences with the technology. The discussion will cover the process and workflow they follow in different live event situations including live music concert, theatre production, television and installation projection to ensure the creative vision is delivered – everytime!

Richard Neville Richard Neville Pete Lynn Pete Lynn Clint Dulieu Clint Dulieu Ian Anderson Ian Anderson Steve Cain Steve Cain
3:30 4:30

Variable Room Acousitcs at the Touch of a Button - The Telstra Customer Insight Centre Case Study

A detailed look at Australia’s first Meyer Sound Constellation electroacoustic architecture system and how our biggest telco Telstra is leading the way in cutting edge technology at the customer insight centre in Sydney CBD. Meyer Sounds Constellation addresses a problem most performance venues suffer from: the need For multi‐functionality. The problem is, multi‐function venues often end up being ‘no‐function’ or ‘multi‐ compromise’ venues — at least from an acoustical perspective. Learn how electroacoustic architecture systems are changing the way venues are designed.

Harley Richardson Harley Richardson