Bob McCarthy has been involved in the design and analysis of sound systems for over 30 years. As a pioneer in the development of Meyer Sound's SIM System he has helped push the science of tuning sound systems from the laboratories into practical world of theaters, arenas and stadiums. Bob is recognized worldwide as a leading specialist in sound system design and optimization and has shared his experience through the years via his seminars and multiple books on the subject. He is newly relocated to NYC and honored to be invited for his 7th appearance BSMC.

He currently resides in New York City, and is president of Alignment and Design Inc.

Session: Ready, Aim, Oops!

How to aim a speaker, or two, or twenty. Sounds simple, but it is one of the most common, costly, and time-consuming mistakes in sound system design. This seminar will show a step by step process for finding the aim point for a single speaker or an entire array, splay angles inside array, spacing for frontfills and delays and more. Simple theories put to practical use, applicable for theater or venues of any size.

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