In This Section
- AES Opens Early Registration and Discounted Pricing for 140th International Convention in Paris, June 4 – 7
- FREE "Exhibits-Plus" Badge and premium "All Access" Badge options now available online for Europe’s largest pro audio event of the year
- The Audio Engineering Society Launches AES Live Online Video Collection
- Exclusive videos featuring interviews with past, present and future leaders of our industry
- Binaural Listening Trends Tracked at 140th International Audio Engineering Society Convention
- An ever-expanding aspect of present-day audio
- Call for Board of Governors Nominations
- Deadline is February 15th
AES Historical Committee Report 2004-10-15
AES Historical Committee Preliminary Report
for the Board of Governors Meeting at the
117th Convention, San Francisco, 2004-10
The presently active AES Historical Committee projects [as
in our Guidelines]
are as follows:
and maintain an archive relating to the history of the Audio
- Project-leader Roger Furness has been unable to devote any time to organizing and cataloging the history of the AES itself.
- We have posted on our website the available History of the AES, updated from the history written by Don Plunkett.
8 [Encourage each Local Section and each Convention Committee to organize an appropriate session on the history of audio engineering, or a display on an appropriate historical subject. When requested, provide information to help them to do so.]
- AES HC members under the leadership of Ernst Voelker
presented a very successful historical exhibit for the 116th
- The Historical Committee, Bill Wray, project leader, has organized seven historical presentations for this (San Francisco) Convention.
- There will be an open meeting of the Historical Committee in a room to be announced, on Sunday, Oct 31, from 09: to 11:00 . We welcome all interested persons to come and discuss projects in progress, and those planned.
- There are as yet no plans for a Historical Exhibit at the 118th Convention in Barcelona, 2005-05.
- Join our reflector. The email reflector continues on the "recordist.com" server, with thanks to David Josephson.
- We continue to upgrade and add to our website . We have added many new links. For the new things, see "What's New on this Website" .
- The project leader, Myles
Cochran Davis, has reviewed and annotated the links on our website, which may be seen here. He will be contacting the
museums in order to establish better coordination with the AES HC.
- Cornelius Bradter and Klaus Hobohm of the TU-Berlin are continuing of the work of Manfred Krause and the Historical Committee, with the new Thiele-Krause-Online-Archive for the history of communication technology. It is a web-based archive independent of physically existing documents. It is based on the Thiele-Archive but is intended to go far beyond it. (The new online-archive should not be confused with the Thiele-Archive, which is the actual documents collected by H.K. Thiele.) The new Thiele-Krause-Online Archive will be an online-platform for historic documents connectedwith audio, video, acoustics, measurement and so on.
- The project continues with more new interviews. A complete list of interviews completed, and their dates, and interviews proposed, is now available.
We have now begun editing some of the interviews into a form that we
can make available. We are also transcribing a few of the
interviews. But our emphasis is still on recording new interviews.
- We continue to solicit your suggestions both for interviewers and for further interviewees, especially for countries outside of the US.
AES Historical Committee
Report written on 2004-10-15