Sound On Sound and Craig Anderton Collaborate on Full Program of Training Clinics to Complement Project Studio Exhibition
The 133rd AES Convention has announced the updated program for the highly- anticipated Project Studio Expo, which will feature practical training sessions as well as a special exhibit area focused on technology for the project studio. Developed in partnership with Sound On Sound and Craig Anderton, the Project Studio Expo (PSE) will offer free admission to attendees, and bring the latest techniques, best practices, and practical tips from leaders in the recording business.
“We expect the two-day Project Studio Expo to be a highlight of the convention,” states AES Executive Director Bob Moses. “It builds on AES’s long history of leadership in the recording industry, and addresses issues of deep importance to people working in small studios.”
In a statement co-signed by the most influential editors in the audio industry: Sound On Sound Editorial Director Dave Lockwood and Editor Paul White; Craig Anderton, Executive Editor, Electronic Musician and Editor in Chief, Harmony Central; Frank Wells, Editor, Pro Sound News and the AES Daily; Sarah Jones, Editor, Electronic Musician; Tom Kenny, Editor, Mix; Strother Bullins, Pro Audio Review; Recording Magazine Editor, Lorenz Rychner and Associate Editor Mike Metlay; and Tape Op Editor/ Founder, Larry Crane, and Publisher John Baccigaluppi, these industry leaders stated: “We strongly support AES in striking out in this new direction. We believe that in the years to come, the Project Studio Expo will continue to grow, and in the process, enhance the overall Convention.”
The updated schedule of presentations can be found on the Project Studio Expo website.
The 133rd AES Convention Project Studio Expo is open to the public. Other AES Convention Technical Program events may require separate paid registration.
Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012