Registration is now open for the AES Vienna 148th International Professional Audio Convention, May 25 — 28 at the Austria Center, Vienna.
— Europe’s preeminent professional audio education and networking event will showcase a “A World of Audio” with exclusive content and events —
The Audio Engineering Society has opened registration for the upcoming AES Vienna 148th International Professional Audio Convention, taking place at the Austria Center, May 25 – 28. Early Registration discounts are available through February 29 for the largest, dedicated European pro audio event of the year, which will bring together industry professionals, educators, students and more to celebrate “A World of Audio.” One-, two- and four-day All Access badges are available, as well as Exhibits-Plus badges, which offer admission to not only explore the exhibition floor but also to the special events line-up of experiences. Exhibits-Plus registration is complimentary for all AES members through May 15, with deep discounts on the upgrade to All Access registration for everything the Convention has to offer.
AES Vienna attendees will experience stellar, leading-edge recordings – including VR productions from the Abbey Road Spatial Audio Forum and examples of immersive music and game audio – presented with production insights from the engineers who brought the projects to life. Genre-shaping legacy productions will be examined, such as the music of Bruce Springsteen. Core audio topics and the technology of today and tomorrow will be explored, including audio for new distribution platforms like Magic Leap. Regardless of their level of expertise, AES Vienna will let audio professionals build their skills and enhance their careers across the full gamut of audio specialties – recording and production, acoustics and psychoacoustics, sound reinforcement, archiving and preservation, networked audio, product development and audio education, along with student and career development sessions.
The 2020 AES Europe Convention is co-chaired by Piotr Majdak of the Acoustics Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and Nadja Wallaszkovits, AES Past President and Chief Audio Engineer at the Academy’s Phonogrammarchiv. AES Vienna committee members include Facilities Co-Chairs Thomas Gmeiner and Michael Mihocic; Papers Co-chairs Thomas Sporer and Areti Andreopoulou; Workshops and Tutorials Co-chairs Mattias Frank, Daniel Deboy, and Ana Monte; Technical Tours Co-chairs Michael Iber and Andreas Büchele; Student Volunteers Coordinator Katharina Pollack; and Education Chair Magdalena Piotrowska.
Visit aeseurope.com to find out more and register by February 29 for best pricing and options.
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2020