PAMA Reschedules Upcoming Virtual Session for March 30
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) has rescheduled its upcoming live virtual event.
The open meeting is titled “Mixhalo: Unrivaled, Immersive Audio Experiences At Live Events”, and will include a conversation with the CEO of Mixhalo, John Vars, a prominent online technology specialist. The event will now take place on Thursday, March 30, at 12:30 p.m. EDT/9:30 a.m. PDT.
The original session by PAMA had previously been slated for March 16; those who have already registered do not need to re-register for the rescheduled session.
By leveraging its patented, ultra-low latency technology, Mixhalo delivers pristine soundboard mixes at concerts, undelayed play-by-play broadcasts at live sporting events, and clear conference audio to fans and event attendees in real time, according to the company. Vars will tell the story of Mixhalo’s founding by Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger and internationally-acclaimed violinist Ann Marie Simpson—from the original epiphany through the challenges of inventing a new technology, bringing in A-list investors and clients, and all the ups and downs along the way.
The session will feature not only a truly original story, but will also focus on how the world of live events is changing before our eyes and in our ears. The meeting is free and open to all, but registration is required. Click here to reserve a seat.
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