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- The results are in!
- Time to Vote: 2014 AES Elections
- Deadline was Friday, July 11th
- AES Showcases Latest Audio Innovations and Best Practices at 136th International Convention in Berlin
- Successful Technical Program and Exhibition draw high attendance and positive response from attendees and exhibitors alike
Program-Friday, 26 July
AES 50th Conference—Audio Education
(Preliminary program details)
• Ear training for non-technical students using a web-based training system. Akira Nishimura, Tokyo University of Information Sciences
• Critical Listening and Acoustics as an Essential Part of the Audio Production and Sound Technology Curriculum. Paul Thompson, Leeds Metropolitan University;
Ben Mosley, Leeds Metropolitan University; Michael Ward, Leeds Metropolitan University.
• Encouraging Students Towards Meaningful Subjective Comparisons. Bradford Swanson, Pratt Institute.
• Experimental comparison of two versions of a technical ear-training program: Transfer of training on tone colour identification to a dissimilarity-rating task. Mark McKinnon-Bassett, University of Sydney; William Martens, University of Sydney; Densil Cabrera, University of Sydney.
• Utilizing Effective Media, Demonstrations and Exercises on the Perception of Sound. Sandra Guzman, Columbia College Chicago; S. Benjamin Kanters, Columbia College Chicago; Pantelis Vassilakis, Columbia College Chicago.
• Effective College Teaching: planning for instruction, designing effective lessons, and devising meaningful assignments
• Job Skills, Careers and Academic Preparation: An Industrial Perspective
• Professional Certifications Place in Higher Education. Adam Olson, Shenandoah University.
• A Collegiate Audio Internship Program: A Comprehensive Model. Daniel Pfeifer, Middle Tennessee State University.
• The Case of the Unsuccessful Student: Exploring an Assessment Model Used at a Canadian For-Profit Postsecondary Institution. Benjamin Coulas, Art Institute of Vancouver.
• Teaching Audio Signal Processing Theory without Calculus or Complaints. Will Pirkle, University of Miami.
• Learn about Harmonics by means of Vacuum Tube Guitar Amplifier. Toshihiko Hamasaki, Hiroshima Institute of Technology.
• Feedback Frequency Identification and Reduction Primer (FFIRP): Development of a Training and Application E-book. Mike Estep, Cameron University; Chuiyuan Meng, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.
• A simple, Educational Microphone Preamplifier Design to Support the Teaching of Introductory Electronics to Students of Audio. Robert-Eric Gaskell, McGill University.
• Atlantic Crossing: 20 Years of Music Production and Recording at the University of Stavanger. Mark Drews, University of Stavanger.
• Sea and sound waves: Islands of the North Atlantic and the challenges of on-line music collaboration in a new Scottish university. Miriam Iorwerth, University of the Highlands and Islands; David Paterson, University of the Highlands and Islands; Mark Sheridan, University of the Highlands and Islands.
• Towards a systematic ear training curriculum: Effective and efficient learning in audio education
• Current Practices in the Delivery and Assessment of Internships in Audio Education
• Integrating Metadata Education into Existing Recording Curricula
• Nashville Studio Crawl and Reception