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Sound & Communications: December 2020 Digital Edition

Audio Forecast
Over The Horizon

Some thoughts on the evolution of pro audio in the foreseeable future.
By Peter Mapp, PhD, FASA, FAES

IoT
The Dominoes Will Fall

My top 10 predictions for 2021.
By David Danto

House of Worship: Business
Rays Of Hope Amid Darkness

Even though 2020 had many challenges, there were bright spots.
By David Lee Jr., PhD

The Commish
Signal-To-Noise Ratios

Mind your processing blocks.
By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQD, CQT

What Would You Do?
Conflict Resolution, Part 2

Lacking skills in this area could mean your job!
By Douglas Kleeger, CTS-D, DMC-E/S, XTP-E, KCD

AVIXA POV
Navigating A Choppy Recession

AVIXA analyzes the macroeconomic factors affecting the AV industry.
By Peter Hansen

Marketing AV
Placing A Bet On Marketing In 2021

Key strategies for creating a profitable content ecosystem.
By Steven Picanza

Video Forecast
Welcome To The Jungle

Emerging video trends for 2021 and beyond.
By Robert White, CTS

Industry POV
Ease Of Use + Secure Collaboration

This hybrid-office recipe is worth perfecting.
By Chad Wiggins

Industry POV
Open Control In Media Networking

How AES70 is completing the solution.
By Ethan Wetzell

Industry POV
Four Ways To Reshape Customer Experiences With Digital Signage

Projection is lending itself to impactful, informative signage without limitations.
By Remi Del Mar

Industry POV
Effective Communication Upon Returning To Work

Commercial buildings and corporate facilities need new integrations.
By Graham Hendry

High Energy In The Office Space

Aspect Energy creates ‘wow’ factor for its new headquarters.
By Dan Daley

Advancing Medicine In Rural Regions

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine is well connected.
By Dan Daley

Rethinking Acoustics, Part 1

Disentangling ‘sound’ from ‘noise,’ and distinguishing ‘silence’ from ‘quiet.’
By Viken Koukounian, PhD, P.Eng., and Niklas Moeller

AVent Horizon
2020: Helter Skelter!

The challenges have been numerous, as have been the innovative adaptations.
By Pete Putman, CTS

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