Auralex Acoustics

Auralex Acoustics

NAMM 2019




Thursday, January 24Saturday, January 26: 10AM–6PM

Sunday, January 27th: 10AM-5PM

The Auralex booth is located on the first level of the newest building facing north on Katella Avenue. ACC North, Level 1, Booth #14921.




Thursday, January 24th: 11:00 AM

Glenn Rosenstein: Meet & Greet

Grammy-winning Producer and mixer for artists including U2, Talking Heads and Ziggy Marley, Glenn Rosenstein, now has personal studios in Nashville and Muscle Shoals, and Auralex® products have allowed him to create seamlessly consistent acoustical environments between studios.


Thursday, January 24th:  2-3:00 PM  &  Saturday, January 26th:  2-3:00 PM

Denny Jiosa w/quartet

“Decidedly not geared toward purists, guitarist/composer Denny Jiosa’s music blends cool Wes Montgomery-esque jazz with elements of rock & roll, gospel, R&B, and blues, growing out of his extensive experience as a wide-ranging Nashville session musician and producer.” (


Friday, January 25th:  11:00AM:

Steve Marcantonio: Meet & Greet 

Grammy-winning Sound Engineer and Mixer, Steve Marcantonio, who has worked on albums for Blake Shelton, Brantley Gilbert, Faith Hill, and many others;  will be at the Auralex booth for a meet & greet session.  




Friday & Saturday, January 25 & 26: 4-6 PM:  


Hilton Hotel, Level 4, C2

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Carl Tatz, inventor of the Phantom Focus System and Robb Wenner of Auralex Acoustics explain and provide solutions
that can make dramatic improvements to your monitoring system and solve common complaints, such as:
“Why do I have such a hard time getting the low end right? My high end monitors go down to 30Hz yet
when I make the bass and kick sound the way I really want them to, my mixes are way too bass heavy
during the car test.” “My center image is really weak and panning placement is vague.” “I’ve added two
powerful subwoofers and although it seems to have extended the low end, I still have a hard time figuring
out the bass.” “I had my control room analyzed and spent quite a bit of money on acoustic treatment with
bass traps, but I’m still not confident about my mixes.”



More information on the official NAMM Website