Hi-Res Audio Pavilion To Debut At CES 2017

Posted: Dec 10 2016, 10:31am CST | by , in CES


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Hi-Res Audio Pavilion to Debut at CES 2017
  • Major music collaborators to set up Hi-Res Audio pavilion, a new exhibit space, at CES 2017

Collaborators include the Digital Entertainment Group (DEG), in addition with music labels; Warner Music and Universal Music.

The Digital Entertainment Group (DEG) just announced they will be at the helm of a hi-Res music pavilion to be set up at CES 2017. The display space will be arranged by DEG, which is a coalition of Hollywood studios and CE retailers, in collaboration with major partners from the music industry.

The exhibit will be set up at the LVCC’s Central Hall in Las Vegas next month. Supporters of the display include major music labels like Warner Music and Universal Music Group.

Other supporters include the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the Japan Audio Society, MQA Ltd along with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

According to DEG senior director Mark Finer, the aim of the display is to come up with a new studio-quality experience and bring it to the new generation of fans.

The pavilion will be 50x40-foot long and wide with a fully equipped world-class recording facility. The facility will stimulate the advantages of high-res sound. The pavilion will also feature a series of live sessions with award-winning music producers and engineers.

According to Maureen Droney, the managing director of The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing and Recording Technology, these professional aspire to make recording to impact emotions.

The exhibit space will also display the best audio products from major audio device companies like Samsung, Sony, Astell&Kern, AudioQuest, Autonomic, Onkyo, Bluesound, ELAC, Mytek, dCS, DTS, and Westone.Music mastering engineers working with big names will be holding the recording sessions.

The engineers include Gavin Lurssen, Eric Boulanger, Mick Guzauski, Al Schmitt, Bruce Botnick and JacHolzman. Other music engineers include Dion “No I.D.” Wilson, Vic Anesini, Justin Smith and Steve Berkowitz.

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