As part of the IPS Pro-Audio Show 2023, a panel of experts will discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on the audio industry.
The panel, titled The future, NOW!, includes BBC R&D’s Chris Baume, David Ronan of AI mixing and mastering start-up RoEx and freelance producer Tyronne Hannick.
“While considerations like consumer rights, data protection and copyright all need to be addressed, technology has always empowered the creative process,” says Hannick. “Fundamentally, the debate around the future of AI is about ownership, ethics, and business pressures; there are parallels we can draw with previous technological advances and lessons we can leverage, but we shouldn’t judge AI in an isolated way.
“AI still needs people who know how to use it; when it comes to creative development and production, AI is a tool and not an author.”
Other free Q&A sessions during the event include production sound mixer Stuart Piggott, who will talk about how he adapted Dante to capture the audio on Apple TV+’s real-time drama Hijack in an extremely hostile RF environment.
The IPS Pro-Audio Show 23 is at Greenford Hall in West London on Saturday 14th October 2023.