[feature article] The AES 22nd International Conference, held recently in Espoo, Finland, highlighted themes of vital importance to the future of audio engineering. Prominent among these was a clear challenge for audio engineers to look at the authoring of audio content in an entirely new way compared to traditional approaches used in the creation of content for the entertainment industry.
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