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  • UserRupert Brun
  • ClockTuesday 15 August 2023, 19:00-20:30
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In this talk, Rupert Brun will explain what audio objects are and why we need them. He will describe his award-winning Wimbledon “NetMix” experiment from 2011 and how it led directly to a focus on accessibility as the key feature for Next Generation Audio. He will talk about how audio objects can be created for both live and post-produced content, and how they can be distributed to the consumer. He will call on his extensive experience delivering audio object content for a wide range of programmes, from the Eurovision Song Contest to the European Athletics Championship. Rupert will base his talk on his personal experience with MPEG -H but will also mention the importance of other standards including the Audio Definition Model (ADM) and the emerging serial version SADM .

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