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Synthetic Reverberator - January 1960
Multichannel Sound Reproduction Quality Improves with Angular Separation of Direct and Reflected Sounds - June 2015
Clean Audio for TV broadcast: An Object-Based Approach for Hearing-Impaired Viewers - April 2015
AES Member Profile
- Libraries, Governments, Cultural Institutions - Archive/Restoration
- Broadcasting - Archiving/Restoration
- Mastering Engineer
- Information Technology Worker
- Other: Archivist
James works at the intersection of audio, metadata, archives, and information technology. Focused on developing creative, efficient, and effective solutions for big problems, he has taken a lead role in helping to save the world's sonically-recorded history for over a decade.
James graduated from the American University in 2003 with a B.S. in Audio Technology. He looks forward to AES conventions and chapter meetings to continue learning about all aspects of audio.
At Stanford University's Hoover Institution Archives since 2006, James manages the technical aspects of the preservation program for over 100,000 audio assets, collected from around the globe. Prior to this gig, past clients included the Library of Congress, National Archives, The Smithsonian, Columbia University, The Field Museum, and quite a few private families' memories.
Why Am I An AES Member?
AES is the premier place to meet and learn from audio folks from across industries, which has been useful for networking, collaborations, and sheer pleasure.
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