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EASERA SysTune to be Introduced at AES in NYC
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EASERA SysTune Introduction and Seminars

AFMG will introduce EASERA SysTune at the 123rd AES Convention, October 5 - 8 in New York City. EASERA SysTune is a new software based measurement system that measures time-domain and frequency-domain simultaneously using live program material while an audience is present.

The Ahnert Feistel Media Group (AFMG) will conduct two seminars during the 123rd AES Convention in New York City on "Tools & Techniques for Measuring & Optimizing Loudspeaker Systems". The presenters, Prof. Dr.-Ing.habil. Wolfgang Ahnert and Dipl.-Phys. Stefan Feistel, will share their extensive experience with measuring and tuning complex loudspeaker systems for live sound reinforcement and discuss actual applications of EASERA and EASERA SysTune. The seminars will be held in Room 1E04 at the Javits Convention Center on Friday, Oct. 5th from 1:45PM to 3:15 PM and on Saturday, Oct. 6th from 12:45 PM to 2:15 PM.

See the following web-sites for more information: EASERA SysTune and SDA Software Design Ahnert GmbH

For more details please see the press releases at SysTune Launch and SysTune Seminar

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