We’re diving deep into wireless technologies, how they differ, and why you’d want to select one over the other depending on your application. Capturing great audio is all about knowing how to best use the tools you have at your disposal, and that’s what we’re here to help you with. Be sure to stay tuned until the end for the Q&A where we’ll answer your questions with specific use-case examples. See you there!
Robb Blumenreder’s bio: Robb Blumenreder has more than 20 years of experience in the field of professional audio. Since 2002, he has worked with Sennheiser in a variety of roles ranging from Product Management, Regional Sales Management and Commercial Management with a focus on Audio for Video. He currently works within their Professional Audio Business Unit as part of the Customer & Market Insights group. When not obsessing over audio, you can find him in his woodshop, playing music or out enjoying the Connecticut River Valley.
Greg Simon’s bio: Greg Simon is a member of Sennheiser’s Technical Applications Engineering team and Heads training for the Americas region. Greg has a degree in Music Production and Engineering from Berklee College of Music. He has been designing audio and wireless microphone systems in the Pro Audio industry for over 15 years. Projects include full A/V system design and project management for large scale clubs, recording studios, house of worship and corporate environments. Greg has also completed training in Sennheiser’s global RF expert program which specializes on wireless microphone technologies and applications.