This year’s Inter BEE show will be hosting the Japanese debut of the 8361A and 8351B coaxial three-way studio monitors, alongside the W371A adaptive woofer system. These three additions to The Ones family bring point source precision to a wider range of room sizes, listening distances and SPL requirements - from ultra-nearfield to main monitor applications.
Located in Hall 1, Booth 1307, the entire family of The Ones will be on demonstration in both stereo and immersive formats, alongside the S360A high-SPL two-way monitor and our Aural ID HRTF technology for headphone users.
In addition to a rolling program of monitor listening sessions, we have scheduled a program of booth presentations, which take place each day (13, 14 and 15 November) at these times:
12:00 Aural ID workshop with Akiyuki Okayasu
Sound artist Akiyuki Okayasu demonstrates the use of Genelec Aural ID in conjunction with a Cycling '74 Max patch, which enables personalised and highly reliable headphone monitoring of immersive audio files from within your DAW.
13:30 Immersive audio production workflow with Florian Camerer
Based at ORF in Vienna, Florian Camerer is one of Europe’s finest audio engineers, and is a world authority on immersive recording. Here Florian talks us through his approach to immersive audio production with some fine music examples.
15:00 Barriere to Bottesini: Immersive classical recording with Mick Sawaguchi
Renowned engineer Mick Sawaguchi travelled to Finland this summer to produce an exquisite immersive recording of some of the country’s finest classical musicians. Hear Mick discuss this fascinating project and play the material for the very first time in public.
16:00 High resolution ambisonics production with Masaaki Enatsu
Highly respected composer and engineer Masaaki Enatsu discusses his involvement in the recording of the world’s first high-resolution ambisonics album.