The annual hi-fi industry conference takes place on 1st May at Dolby’s UK head office in Soho Square, London.
Starting at 11am with bacon/sausage butties and pastries (and vegan options), the presentations will commence at 12noon.

Headline Address - Heff Moraes

We are delighted to welcome Grammy Nominated recording engineer, Heff Moraes (Annie Lennox, Paul McCartney, Grace Jones, Simple Minds), who will share his experience and expertise in the art of mixing music in Dolby Atmos.

Immersive audio has really taken off over the last few years, with users able to stream their favourite artists via the likes of Apple and Tidal in Dolby Atmos and Sony 360 Reality Audio. The number of dedicated immersive audio mixing studios has increased dramatically, a trend which is showing no sign of slowing down.
Heff will talk about how immersive audio works, how it’s mixed, the creative benefits it brings for artists and the experience for listeners, in a fascinating presentation, with audio demonstrations, that we know you’re going to love.

The Rise of Vinyl
Kat Ourlian is global sales and marketing director for Cadence Distribution, a respected record producer and analogue audio specialist. She will be presenting her thoughts on all things vinyl, with a passion that is going to captivate you.

We welcome Nick Simon back to the Clarity Hi-Fi Industry Conference once again to bring us up to speed with the trends in audio. GfK’s data, gathered from actual sales, provides an invaluable insight for both retailers and manufacturers and is always one of the highlights of the afternoon.

Paul Laville
T21 Group is the leading training provider for the hi-fi industry. Having run very successful courses for Clarity, Retra and many retailers and major manufacturers, Paul Laville is the go-to man for specialist industry training. As a board member of Clarity, Paul is heading up our focus on training and will share the direction that future Clarity training will take.

Marc Carey

Marc is the CEO of Evolution Music, the company behind Evovinyl, a sustainable, plant-based, alternative to the environmentally damaging PVC used for the production of vinyl records.

Attendance at the conference is FREE to paid up Clarity members and just £25 per person for non-members.

Click on the button below to reserve your place(s) and if you are a non-member a payment link will be sent to you - the £25 is fully refundable if you opt to take up Clarity membership by the end of May.