Die Kirche, das Dorf und 3D-Audio - was gehört wohin?
Florian Camerer joined the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF) in 1990. In 1995 he became a staff-sound-engineer („Tonmeister“) mainly in the field of production sound and post-production. Already in 1993 Camerer started to get interested in Multichannel Audio. He mixed the first program of the ORF in Dolby Surround („Arctic Northeast“) and is since then involved in all aspects of Multichannel Audio at ORF. Since autumn 2008 Camerer chairs the EBU group PLOUD, successfully introducing loudness normalisation instead of peak levelling in Europe. He is lecturing on an international basis especially in dramaturgical aspects of surround sound productions, microphones for surround sound, multichannel audio for HD and loudness.