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    • 15/03/2024
    • 16:00
    • 17/03/2024
    • 15:15
    • University of Warwick Conference Centre, CV4 7SH
    • 3

    Based in the Conference Centre of the University of Warwick, near Coventry, in the Heart of England, this residential weekend is a much anticipated return.

    This full weekend programme of varied sessions has been planned to educate and entertain you. The company of your friends and colleagues is sure to be stimulating amongst the comfortable facilities.

    Location: University of Warwick Conference Centre, Radcliffe Building, Coventry, CV4 7SH. What3Words By car from the M6/M42/M40, A45. By train to Coventry Station and a regular shuttle bus service.

    All tickets (except day tickets) include: attendance at all sessions, any support materials, your own en-suite double bedded hotel standard accommodation, all meals (2 x breakfasts, 2 x lunches, 2 x dinners), all-day refreshments, car parking.

    SESSION PROGRAMME (the session order and final content is to be confirmed)

    °    Audio Interconnections and Fault Finding
    Hugh Robjohns (Audio Consultant and Technical Editor of Sound on Sound magazine) will cover the basics of analogue audio connectivity and how to identify and fix common faults. Essential learning for all new audio engineers, and a great refresher for the more seasoned.
    °    Audio over IP
    A subject every sound engineer needs to know about. Richard Merrick (Broadcast Audio Manager) and Daniel Solomon (IT Systems Manager, TTS&L) will be busy demonstrating how to implement AoIP in the real world, building robust systems and passing on tips and tricks to keep your audio flowing reliably.
    °    Latency & Lip Sync
    Sound Supervisors Andy James and Pete Bridges will investigate the increasingly common problem of lip-sync in broadcast systems. They'll look at the causes, how to measure it, and how to fix it.
    °    Live Audio for Large Events
    Griff Hewis (renowned live sound engineer) will explain how he designs and mixes audio for large events, and will take us through a case study of an immersive audio event at the Royal Albert Hall.
    °    Location to Post
    What do post want from location audio these days and what exactly can they fix? Kate Davis (Dubbing Mixer/Re-recording Mixer) will explain all.
    °    One Take Wonders
    Kiff McManus (Production Sound Mixer on "Boiling Point") and Simon Bishop ("Lost in London") describe the practical and technical difficulties that they had to overcome with these successful feature films.
    °    Psychoacoustics
    Dr Russell Mason (Senior Lecturer on the Tonmeister Course at University of Surrey) will explain the science of sound perception and delve into spatial audio.
    °    The Dark Arts of RF
    Marcus Blight (Sennheiser) will take us through the theory of RF and Jonathan Edwards (Terry Tew Sound & Light) will look at some of the practical aspects, including spectrum management and mixing analogue and digital systems.

    If you are self-employed the costs for attendance (including travel) can be set as a CPD business expense against your end of year tax bill.
    If you are an employee
    we feel sure that your employer will appreciate the benefit to the company knowledge base of allowing you to attend. The costs can, likewise, be set against any company training budget.

    Over the weekend other engaging and interesting 'side-attractions' are being planned in collaboration with various manufacturers, suppliers and facilities. Companies in attendance will be: Calrec, CEDAR (Saturday), Everything Audio, emerging, Raycom, Rycote. There will also be a Pro-Tools demo room with the facility to work on your problem audio.

    Should you wish to be accompanied by a partner, to share your accomodation, there will be a modest half-board upgrade charge to cover breakfast and dinner, etc. This charge will need to be paid directly to the UoW at check-in. Advance notice is required and so please contact the organisers if you want to take advantage of this offer. There is plenty for a partner to do and visit in the local area, whilst you are fully engaged during the day.

    The organisers may find, for many reasons, that it is necessary to change or amend the intended schedule and or facilities or even, without liability, cancel the event. Any known changes or amendments will be published on this site, and where or when possible registered attendees will be notified by email.

    • 19/03/2024
    • 20/03/2024
    • Coombe Abbey, Brinklow Road, Binley, Nr Coventry, Warwickshire CV3 2AB

    ISCVEx is the annual event for all sound, communications and visual professionals, working within our industries.

    If you’re working in commercial system design, integration, project management or sales, ISCVEx provides excellent opportunities to learn, engage and discuss commercial sound, communications and visual solutions in an intimate, non-imposing environment.

    ISCVEx is a multi-faceted event that includes seminars, training, networking dinner and an exhibition of the industries leading manufacturers and distributors. There are plenty of opportunities to meet up with industry colleagues, share ideas and discuss projects in informal environments.

    View full details and register here

Past events

23/01/2024 Music on Set and in Post
12/01/2024 Spatial Audio ~ Call & Response Studios visit
14/10/2023 Pro-Audio Show 23
21/09/2023 "How Do They Do That?"... Radio Drama
10/05/2023 MPTS 2023
26/03/2023 IPS Van Boot Sale
12/12/2022 “What I did on my Holidays! – Throwing NFL Technology into Soccer Stadiums”
15/10/2022 The Pro-Audio Show 22
11/05/2022 The Media Production & Technology Show
13/02/2022 IPS Van Boot Sale
10/02/2022 How Do They Do That? - The Proms
20/10/2021 The Austrian Audio story
18/05/2021 Brave New (latent) World!
02/02/2021 New Year Fireworks - How Did They Do It?
15/12/2020 Seasonal Pub Night
16/11/2020 Audio Drama - How We Do It (Wot No Cameras!...)
13/09/2020 ***CANCELLED*** Van Boot Sale
19/05/2020 How Are We Doing It?
19/03/2020 *** POSTPONED *** Ambisonics with John Leonard
27/02/2020 'Rocketman' *** postponed reschedule TBC ***
11/02/2020 AoIP - Dante plugfest
28/01/2020 Can They Fix It In Post?
11/12/2019 NFTS Dolby Atmos
07/11/2019 8 Days: to the Moon and Back
26/10/2019 SoundPro '19
24/10/2019 An Evening With Chris Watson
17/10/2019 Analogue In A Digital World
29/09/2019 Audio Van Boot Sale
15/09/2019 PLASA Show 2019
13/09/2019 IBC 2019
27/08/2019 Visit Spiritland New Mobile & Plus 4 Audio
18/06/2019 Location to Post
09/05/2019 Audio for Games & AGM
28/04/2019 Spring Audio Van Boot Sale
09/03/2019 ABC of AoIP
26/02/2019 BVE 2019
17/01/2019 Visit to the set of "Not Going Out" sitcom
06/10/2018 SoundPro 2018
03/10/2018 RF & Radio Mic meeting
26/06/2018 AGM & Tony Faulkner talk
09/06/2018 Visit BBC Springwatch
20/05/2018 IPS Audio Boot Sale
11/04/2018 Visit to The London Studios
22/03/2018 An Evening with Scott Farr
10/03/2018 "Stick it on the Bird" - Satellite Comms
06/03/2018 IPS Member Visit to TV Centre
27/02/2018 BVE 2018
31/01/2018 The Single Shot Casualty Special
15/01/2018 Meet the Metadata
19/12/2017 Christmas Social
08/11/2017 IPS 40th Anniversary events around the UK
07/10/2017 IPS 40th Anniversary celebration (London)
07/10/2017 SoundPro 2017
17/09/2017 PLASA 2017
14/09/2017 IBC 2017
10/09/2017 IPS Audio Boot Sale
03/07/2017 IPS (post election) Any Questions
06/06/2017 Mike Valentine talk & AGM 2017
20/05/2017 Audio Powerhouse 2017 (pt 2b)
20/05/2017 Audio Powerhouse 2017 (pt 2a)
19/05/2017 Audio Powerhouse 2017 (pt 1)
28/04/2017 Visit BT Sport studios
26/03/2017 IPS Audio Boot Sale
06/03/2017 Visit Science Museum Reserve stores
28/02/2017 BVE 2017
24/01/2017 IPS Any Questions
20/01/2017 Visit to the National Sound Archive at British Library
14/12/2016 Festive Evening with Neil Brand
24/11/2016 IPS visit to Fountain Studios
17/11/2016 The Sound of Story 2016
15/11/2016 Reproduced Sound 2016 - Sound with Pictures
08/11/2016 KitPlus Show
07/11/2016 Visit to BT Archive
12/10/2016 Dick Mills on BBC Radiophonic Workshop (pt 2)
06/10/2016 (ISCE) Introduction to Live Sound Engineering
24/09/2016 SoundPro 2016
18/09/2016 PLASA 2016
08/09/2016 IBC 2016
11/05/2016 Visit to ISVR Southampton
08/05/2016 IPS Audio Boot Sale
17/03/2016 Visit to BT Tower
02/03/2016 Any Questions - Live
23/02/2016 BVE 2016
16/12/2015 A Radiophonic Christmas!
23/11/2015 Lights Out and Away we Go!
02/11/2015 PAT Testing Training
19/10/2015 Ear Ear! - Hearing Protection 2015
04/10/2015 PLASA 2015
26/09/2015 Sound Pro 2015
14/08/2015 Visit to Emley Moor transmitter
24/06/2015 AGM and social
28/04/2015 ProTools training day
09/04/2015 Intro to ProTools Free
23/01/2015 Visit to British Grove Studios
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