Pre – registrations are open for ENTECH! We are already seeing hundreds of industry professionals registering for the first calender show in the industry for 2013!!
ENTECH is Australia’s Live Technology & Installation show, putting you in front of the latest technologies from leading manufacturers and distributors in Australia. ENTECH will be hosted across three days, with over 40 seminar sessions for you to attend.
With international and national industry experts presenting topics, ranging from Audio, Vision, Integration to Lighting Rigging & Staging plus, we are bringing back manufacturers sessions.
Register Now, as you will automatically go into the exclusive prize draw to win either an Audio & Integration tour or a Lighting tour of the Sydney Opera House! This is a once in a life time opportunity to go back stage in one of the world’s most iconic venues!
the ‘fungibility of found sound’
Fungibility – From the Latin word “fungibilis” meaning to ‘serving in place of’. We explore how the capturing of sound in our everyday environments can be transformed into evocative, dramatically involving new sound worlds. Using the simplest of tools, the workshop celebrates the analogue techniques and inspired imaginations of sound gurus like Ben Burtt (Star Wars) Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now) and Alan Splet (Eraserhead).
Audience: Sound designers, engineers, studio owners, music producers, owners of personal and project studios and students of music and recording technologies.
Fundamentals of Audio Equalization
The expertise of a sound engineer is required in the fields of film, television, radio, theatre, and corporate functions and of course in music. Equalization is one of the fundamental tools audio engineers have at their disposal, yet it is frequently misunderstood and misused. This seminar will provide an introduction to equalization, and help you understand how to use equalization effectively and apply it to virtually any situation.
Speaker: Michael Carpenter, JMC Academy
Audience: This seminar is an entry-level overview of Audio Equalization, but a basic knowledge of sound engineering is necessary.
Amber Technology is returning to ENTECH for the first time in 5 years, much to the delight of the ENTECH team.
Visitors to the Amber Technology stand will get the opportunity to see firsthand a number of new brands such as Vue Audiotechnik & Van Damme which join our established brands such as Radial Engineering, TC Electronic, DPA Microphones, Solid State Logic, Neutrik, Canare, Cordial and Gefen.
International Manufacturer, Meyer Sound, is the latest company to have chosen ENTECH to showcase their latest products at in 2013.
ENTECH will be the Australian launch platform of Meyer Sound’s latest introduction, the Galileo Callisto. This is their newest loudspeaker management system for calibrating line array systems and will be shown along with the new 1100-LFC low-frequency control element.
Design Quintessence is one of Australias leading suppliers of staging equipment including truss, portable staging, lifting quipment and road cases.
Leading Brand names like Global Truss, VMB and Encore will be featured on the Design Quintessence island stand A14, located in Hall 5.
Returning to ENTECH is PWB Anchor who will be located in Hall 5 on stand D15.
Operating from Bundoora, Australia and recognised world-wide for the manufacture and distribution of premium quality lifting equipment for nearly 90 years, PWB Anchor Limited boasts a proud history of association with prominent and successful corporations in Australia and Overseas.
one day pass for only $135.00
The Riggers Forum has been specially designed to examine and debate the use of newly devised products, industry practices and to review the process of standardisation. Whether a rigging practitioner, production manager or policy maker – everyone is invited to learn more about what makes the industry stay up and stay safe.
Common Practice – Exploring the practical realities of rigging rather than the regulatory aspects
Overview of session:
The panel will present some of the common techniques and policies that are in the world of rigging 2013 style, including load monitoring. There are new pieces of equipment, new regulations, and new “best practices” that are now part of our world. It is not enough to say “I always did”, you now also need to say “and so does the rest of the world”.
Speaker (s): Bill Sapsis, Sapsis Rigging, USA Nick Barnfield, ShowQuip NZ Tiny Good, Showtech (OZ)
Audience: Rigging professionals