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New AES Member Benefits web page and offer from Taylor & Francis Group

New AES Member Benefits web page and offer from Taylor & Francis Group

35% e-books discount in May for everyone, 30% discount on print titles always for AES members on Routledge, CRC Press and Focal Press titles

Taylor & Francis Group – publisher of books for all levels of academic study and professional development, across a wide range of subjects and disciplines – has launched a new AES member benefits page which unites the book imprints Routledge, CRC Press and Focal Press.

To celebrate this merger of resources, Taylor & Francis Group is offering a discount of 35% on all e-books until May 31st (no discount code required). As always, AES members are entitled to a 30% discount on online orders of print books, applied by using the discount code available through the AES Member Portal.

Titles available include the collaboratively developed “AES Presents” series of books, featuring the recent releases:

Women in Audio by Leslie Gaston-Bird, a valuable resource for professionals, educators, and students looking to gain insight into the careers of trailblazing women in audio-related fields and represents required reading for those looking to add diversity to their music technology programs.

Intelligent Music Production by Brecht De Man, Ryan Stables, Joshua D. Reiss, presents the state of the art in approaches, methodologies and systems from the emerging field of automation in music mixing and mastering. It covers the music production processes; methodologies in classification, data collection and perceptual evaluation; and advances on introducing intelligence in audio effects, production and interfaces.

Beep to Boom: The Development of Advanced Runtime Sound Systems for Games and Extended Reality by Simon N. Goodwin, a rigorous, comprehensive guide to interactive audio runtime systems. Using practical, lowest-common-denominator techniques, Goodwin covers soundfield creation across a range of platforms from phones to VR gaming consoles.

Loudspeakers: For Music Recording and Reproduction, Second Edition by Philip Newell and Keith Holland is a comprehensive guide, offering the tools and understanding needed to cut out the guesswork from loudspeaker choice and set-up. This new edition provides significant updates on the topics of digital control, calibration, and cinema loudspeaker systems.

AES members interested in writing a book for the AES Presents series are encouraged to contact the editor, Hannah Rowe, whose contact details are on the member web page.

Posted: Tuesday, May 5, 2020

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