A single cable can radically improve your workflow!

Join us March 24th to explore the hottest topic in Pro Audio!

Networked Audio is here to stay and spreading through every aspect of professional audio, from signal routing, monitoring, and transmission. Coming in a variety of flavors - Dante, Ravenna, Livewire, AES70, Symnet, etc.. networked audio is providing productivity benefits in every audio application from live sound to studio recording, to broadcast and installation audio.

Join us Friday March 24th to learn from industry experts how new networking technologies can transform how you work with audio. Learn how the modern generation of networked audio is helping save significant time, resources, and money to make the world a better sounding place.

Featured Speakers:

Joe Shalhoup is an Emmy Award winning Audio Engineer (Mixer) for NBC Olympics. He’s worked on nine NBC Olympic broadcasts. He’s also been the senior audio mixer for "Meet the Press", the longest running show in television history, for the past 20 years.

Dave O'Brien is a Broadcast Systems Engineer for NBCs Washington News Bureau. He specializes in Avid, EVS, and Chyron Engineering. He has facilitated the bureaus Avid workflow for engineers, editors, and production personnel.

Joe and Dave have been working side by side at NBC News in Washington, DC for 15 years. Together, they designed and built a digital audio control room in the NBC Washington Bureau. As part of that build, they re-engineered and built out an RTS ADAM 720-port intercom matrix. There is seamless integration between the intercom, the audio control room, and all other audio facilities within the bureau. In 2016, they designed and built an extensive Dante network to support NBC audio operations at the Democratic National Convention. The network included RTS intercom, Yamaha Dante audio consoles, and an assortment of field end devices from Yamaha, Focusrite, and Studio Technologies. At the 2017 Presidential Inauguration, for the "Network Pool", they engineered a patchless workflow utilizing Dante and MADI protocols to interface over 100 audio sources, and communications, from inside and outside the US Capitol, to the Game Creek Video “Pride” mobile unit.

Ben Cochran is an engineer with Audio-Technica, working in emerging technology product development and research. Ben has been working in networked audio for the last several years. His work helped Audio-Technica to develop the world’s first Dante-networked microphone. In recent years, he has developed AES67 concept microphones to introduce broadcast engineers to the possibility of introducing networked edge devices into their workflow. Ben serves on the AES standards committees for networked audio, open control architecture and microphone testing.

Loud Technologies' Matt Herrin has over a decade of music and pro audio experience from all sides of the stage to studio.  As a 4-year Mackie veteran, Matt has further added audio networking specialization, product presentation and in-field demonstration to his resume, along with consistently demonstrating his focus toward offering Mackie users the highest levels of product education, technical support and customer service.

Jim Latimer is in his 20th year of sales management for professional audio manufacturers, including 15 with Symetrix. Prior to that he was a retailer of musical instruments, and a touring guitarist. He’s visited 41 US states and 6 Canadian provinces in his professional lives. He lives in Ohio with his wife, son, and their Golden Retriever.

When: Friday March 24th, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Where: Dale Pro Audio, 148-04 95th Avenue, Queens, NY 11435


registration closed

Further questions about this event?
Contact Us!

Call Toll Free 888-462-7828 or