Get the best sound for your venue and look at best practice around sound mangement
Date/time: 3.00 - 4.00pm, Wednesday 3 May 2017
Venue: Prince of Whales, St Kilda
Siobhan McGinnity (Audiologist/Researcher)
Siobhan is a PhD candidate researching the prevention of hearing injury in the music industry at the University of Melbourne. She lectures in tinnitus and the hearing care of musicians, as well as supervising clinical masters of audiology students. She also heads Musicians 4 Hearing, a non-for-profit using musical events and activities to supply hearing care for children in the developing world.
Gillian Lee (Marshall Day)
Gillian Lee is a Senior Consultant with the Melbourne office specialising in 3-D environmental noise modelling and studio design. She started at Marshall Day Acoustics as a consultant in 2011 and has been involved in a wide range of projects including environmental, building and room acoustics. Project-specific tasks include 3-D environmental noise modelling, residential building assessments, road noise modelling and entertainment venue assessments. In addition, Gillian is a classically trained pianist and freelances as a recording engineer in her free time.
Fraser Walker (Moniker Audio)
Fraser Walker is a freelance audio engineer based in Melbourne. Through mixing bands in various venues it became apparent to him that a venues system design is a critical factor in the success of a show.
This focus on system design lead to work as a system engineer for Clair Brothers, Monitor City and has proved invaluable as a touring FOH engineer. Fraser has been touring with Australian artist Flume for the past 18 months, picking up best practice and noting the mistakes of venues and festivals around the world.
Fraser currently puts this experience into practice, specifying and installing systems for venues around Melbourne - and helping venues maximise the potential of their existing systems.
Good Music Neighbours is a Victorian Government initiative.