IPS Turns Up The Volume On The Pro-Audio Show 2023

The Institute of Professional Sound (IPS) is turning up the volume on its Pro-Audio Show 2023 at Greenford Hall in west London on Saturday 14 October. The IPS Pro-Audio Show is the only event in the UK totally dedicated to sound professionals.

With live Q&A sessions, over 30 international exhibitors representing more than 70 brands, and UK debuts of a number of technology products, the free one-day event caters for everybody with a passion for professional sound. In addition to providing access to technology experts from across Europe, the IPS says its remit stretches even further.

Exhibitors from across the UK and Europe will be on hand to introduce their newest technologies, including UK debuts from the likes of Sound Devices’ complete Astral range of wireless audio products, and Bubblebee Industries’ new tailored Windbreaker for windshield baskets or blimps.

A series of free live presentations have already attracted some big names, including BAFTA nominated Dubbing Mixer and Head of Sound at Directors Cut Films, Kate Davies, who will lead a session on post production. Production Sound Mixer Stuart Piggot will talk about overcoming challenges on Apple TV+’s Hijack, while BBC R&D’s Chris Baume will unveil some of the BBC’s recent sound innovations and provide a glimpse into the future.

The IPS Pro-Audio Show 23 is at Greenford Hall in west London, 11:00 - 17:00 on Saturday 14 October 2023. Register for free at http://proaudioshow.uk

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