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Renkus-Heinz Engineers Appearing at AES Convention
Posted on Monday, October 26, 2015

New York, NY | October, 2015 - Two of the top minds at Renkus-Heinz will be participating in the upcoming 139th International Audio Engineering Society Convention in New York City. Senior Vice President Ralph Heinz and Engineering Manager Tim Shuttleworth will both make appearances when the show meets at the Javits Center next week.


Senior VP Ralph Heinz will participate in the AES Live Sound Track Seminar LS10 – Loudspeaker Developments and their Impact on the Industry. Held on Sunday, November 1 from 2:45 pm — 4:30 pm, the panel also includes Dave Rat of Rat Sound, David Gunness of Fulcrum Acoustic, and Dave Natale, FOH engineer for the Rolling Stones.


Renkus-Heinz Engineering Manager Tim Shuttleworth, an AES Fellow, will participate in two separate sessions during the Convention. On Thursday, October 29, Shuttleworth will chair AES Panel N2: "AVB/TSN Ethernet is Built-in Everywhere Now; How Do You Make the Most of It? A System Implementation Primer for Consultants and Tech Managers." On Friday, October 30, Shuttleworth will serve as Presenter for the AES Session "From the Ether: A Distributed Performance Concert and Panel Discussion." 


Cited as inventors on numerous patents, both Ralph Heinz and Tim Shuttleworth have played prominent roles in the development of Renkus-Heinz technologies, and have been deeply involved in the company's ascent as world leader in steerable sound. 

The 139th International AES Show takes place on October 29 through November 1, 2015, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. For more information, visit AES.org.