Ann Arbor Video Interest Group Live on Zoom presents Bob Heil, Audio Engineer

ANN ARBOR – The guest speaker for Ann Arbor Video Interest Group on October 11 will be Bob Heil, a seasoned sound engineer who worked with legendary rock musicians in the sixties and seventies. He developed a quadraphonic arena sound system for The Who and designed microphones with Joe Walsh in California.

Heil Sound is Bob’s company, founded 55 years ago and now based in St. Louis, MO. Since February 2020, Bob has given over 200 Zoom talks to groups around the world. On Monday evening he will start by talking about audio technology, human hearing and the way we listen.

The Zoom link will be sent a few hours before the 7:00 p.m. meeting to those who RSVP. Thanks to the Executive Chair of the Program Committee, Andy Sacks, for choosing this month’s speaker.

Agenda
7h00 Welcome and presentations
7:15 am Bob Heil, sound engineer
8:15 Video “Asks” – Open forum for those looking for help, resources, advice on video projects, etc.
8:25 Show and Tell – Videos created by and / or featuring our members. Submit requests to stream videos of less than 5 minutes to [email protected].

8:30 am Next meeting info & adjournment


RSVP here: http://bit.ly/A2VIG-RSVP

Here is the RSVP List from those who have already answered.


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