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October 2014 Meeting Notice

Using Audio Processing to Predict Receiver Behavior


Tuesday, October 14, 2014 


6:00 PM Refreshments, 6:30 PM Meeting


Max Media, 3033 South Parker Road, Suite 700, Denver, CO


Using Audio Processing to Predict Receiver Behavior 


Michael Erickson, Systems and Support Engineer, Wheatstone Audio Processing 


A buffet supper will be provided by Broadcast LED
Our thanks to owner Daniel Hyatt for his sponsorship

For years, receivers and tuners have been designed around the shortcomings of FM stereo broadcasts, from adaptable IF to blending to high frequency cut. With advances made in the audio processor, we can now predict receiver behavior and adapt the processor to make the listening experience more enjoyable.

Mike Erickson has been with Wheatstone for 5 years as the System & Support engineer for Wheatstone's line of audio processors. Before working for Wheatstone, Mike was a staff engineer at WFAN in New York and then the Chief Engineer for CBS Radio's WCBS-FM in New York.

Our sponsor, Daniel Hyantt, will also provide a brief tour of Max Media of Denver after the meeting.

Parking is available at the building.

Jim Schoedler
SMPTE Rocky Mountain Section Chairman

Shane Toven
Chairman, SBE Chapter 48

Volunteer Opportunity for SMPTE-SBE48 Members:

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015 are scheduled to take place at Vail and Beaver Creek, CO.

The organizers are looking for volunteers for a variety of jobs, many of them technical. If you are interested you can view the job list and download a volunteer application at the following link:

Jim Schoedler
SMPTE Rocky Mountain Section Chairman

Shane Toven, Chairman,
SBE Chapter 48


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