In This Section
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
Interaction During Convention Panel
AES members are part of a special "community". You can think of this as the "Society" component of the Audio Engineering Society.
AES Conventions, Conferences and local Section meetings provide an opportunity for those of us who are passionate about audio to get together with other like-minded people. We network, we exchange ideas, we do business and we simply enjoy seeing each other.
We are working on ways to extend this vital sense of community to the online world. In the Community area of the website you will find some early steps in that direction.
Tutorials are presented, produced and made available by AES members, for AES members. The JAES Forum seeks to encourage discussion of papers published in the journal. The Member Profile allows members to identify themselves as AES members to each other and to the world at large. The Find an Audio Engineer tool provides a service to members as well as potential employers.
You will find the AES is active on your favorite social networking sites. Follow the AES on Twitter @AESorg and send your own AES-related tweets. There is an AES LinkedIn Group on the popular professionals-oriented social-networking site. If you are on Facebook be sure to click the "Like" button on our AES Facebook page. Users of Google+ can now circle our AES G+ page. And don't forget to watch some AES videos on YouTube.
Welcome to the AES community. We encourage you to take part.