This event facilitates an intense exchange at the highest level for participating sound professionals from diverse fields, thanks to its comprehensive congress program and the affiliated trade fair. Meet sound engineers, decision-makers, producers, artists, manufacturers, distributors, developers, and scientists.
The range of topics spans from acoustics to networked audio and video technology, from immersive audio to mastering, from research and development to live sound and theater. Two dedicated rooms for various immersive audio formats, a binaural room with 100 headphones, and a surround room provide the technical infrastructure for the contributions.
The congress is complemented by an extensive exhibition area where representatives from the pro-audio industry showcase their latest products and technologies. In a relaxed atmosphere, there is ample space for personal discussions and intense exchanges with developers, CEOs, and colleagues.
Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of this thrilling event! Join us as the Tonmeistertagung 2023 paves the way for the future of sound!
In his capacity as an official expert for the esteemed Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB), Martin played a significant role in defining the immersive audio content for this groundbreaking occupational profile.
But that’s not all: With fervor, he spearheaded the creation of the very first video course for this fascinating training, already in use at various educational institutions.
This groundbreaking course will be made available to interested individuals until the Tonmeistertagung, offering insights into the incredible technical and creative possibilities. Martin covers content that goes far beyond Dolby Atmos and object-based audio, from breathtaking 360-degree videos to impressive AR head-tracking and interactive VR sound in game engines.
For Martin, one thing is clear: Immersive audio is more than just 3D music—it’s an entirely new realm of sonic artistry!
Martin’s presentation will take place on Saturday, November 11th, from 10:00 – 10:30 AM at the Open-Stage (OS). It is curated by Ingo Weismantel and moderated by Christian Birkner.