TMT 28: Call for Contributions
As accustomed, it will focus on the latest trends in product development, findings from research and practical application, professional topics, and provide an opportunity for colleagues to share experience.
To ensure a broad and representative overview of the latest developments in technology and markets, Verband Deutscher Tonmeister calls for interested sound editors, sound engineers, artists, producers, scientists, publishers, companies and institutes to take an active role in creating the programme for this renowned international specialist convention.
If you would like to take part, you can propose contributions until 31 July 2014.
A number of formats are available. As yet unpublished and product-neutral talks and poster presentations discuss current industry developments and practical topics. Workshops offer the opportunity to showcase hands-on audio-visual work. Several halls will be set up for high-quality presentations of a variety of formats, including (3D) multichannel audio and HD videos. The same is planned for the Talkback forum where sound editors, producers and students can present their productions for a critical and constructive discourse with colleagues. Exhibitors can also present their latest developments to visitors in Product Contributions.
The wide range of topics you can submit contributions for are listed at the website www.tonmeister.de/tmt/2014. Here you will also find additional information on registration and regular updates on the status of preparations.
In the more than 50 years since its inception, Tonmeistertagung has grown into one of the most important international conventions of the professional audio industry. Every two years, it provides a condensed summary of the latest trends in product development, research and practical application. The convention is all about attendees sharing their personal experience.
The Tonmeistertagung is addressed to a wide number of professions in the audio-visual industry from radio, studio, interactive media, film, television, CD and DVD production, stage production, events, hardware and software manufacture, and research and development.
VDT is the association of audio professionals who work in the arts, media and communication, and wish to maintain or increase the aesthetic and/or technological quality of their products. It is open internationally to a broad range of professions.
The association's roughly 2.000 members include audio professionals from sound media production, radio, film, television, interactive media and stage production, representatives from the media, equipment industry, events, research, development, teaching and training, as well as numerous sponsoring companies.
VDT members can take advantage of specialist congresses and seminars, publications, advice on insurances and legal matters, as well as many discounts.