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Dave Haydon from TiMax presented with the eminent Dr Wolfgang Anhert on the state of the art in spatial audio past and present to over 140 AV consultants. Special thanks to Renkus Heinz for laying on the event.
This year we are working with Renkus-Heinz at InfoComm to produce a multi-channel immersive audio system to feature as part of the hourly loudspeaker demonstrations in room N101. Presenters will also be localized by TiMax object-based spatial reinforcement.
Today the music in St George's Chapel, Windsor was controlled by a MultiSystem built by 1602 Group. We created a control system for almost every royal venue in the UK.
The first organ for Canterbury Cathedral was built in 1784. Now 1602 Group is proud to work with Harrison and Harrison to supply a control system for the new organ. The system will employ the latest MultiSystem II technology with network control over fibre to run the instrument in multiple locations.
New York City Center Theater uses a TiMax Soundhub to provide spacial audio images for areas of the stage. As new shows move in the audio can be quickly positioned using presets in the TiMax. The upgrade gives the theater the latest tools from TiMax including PanSpace.