Reproduced Sound 2021

You’re on Mute – The importance of Audio

The Electro-Acoustics Group Committee of the Institute of Acoustics is pleased to announce Reproduced Sound 2021: You’re on Mute – The importance of Audio. The conference will be held in Bristol on 16 – 18 November, 2021.

NOTE: We are not sure at this time if this conference will be in-person, hybrid or virtual, we will make a decision in May 2021, once the situation is clearer.

Now in its 37th year, the conference represents the cutting edge of modern audio and acoustics in an informal environment that allows consultants, manufacturers, contractors, end users, academics and students to mingle and share insights and information.

Call for papers

37th ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION 2021
Organised by the Electroacoustics Group of the Institute of Acoustics
in collaboration with ABTT, AES, APRS & ISCVE

REPRODUCED SOUND 2021
You’re on Mute – The importance of Audio

16-18 November 2021

The Bristol Hotel, Princes Street, Bristol

The 37th Reproduced Sound Conference will focus on all aspects of electroacoustics, and will bring together practitioners, educators and students in an atmosphere with a friendly and enthusiastic ‘buzz’, which is a hallmark of past RS conferences.

The importance of audio to our lives has been highlighted by the global pandemic. What will our audio future look like?

Call for Papers:
The committee invited papers on all electroacoustic topics including the following:

  • Video conferencing
  • Streamed and hybrid live events
  • Acoustics in Rooms
  • Audio System Design
  • Audio Signal Processing
  • Installation Sound
  • Loudspeakers and microphones
  • Immersive Audio
  • Speech Intelligibility
  • Measurement and Evaluation
  • Cinema and Broadcast Sound
  • Case Studies

Please send your abstract (150 words) for papers plus a short biography of up to 150 words to linda.canty@ioa.org.uk by Friday 14 May 2021. Final written papers for the Proceedings must be submitted by Friday 1 October 2021.

Technical Contacts:
Keith Holland    krh.ex.isvr@gmail.com
Adam Hill         a.hill@derby.ac.uk

For further information, please visit the IOA’s event website.