The March Issue of the AES Journal is Online!
Download the latest papers and articles today by visiting www.aes.org. The March issue is a special issue on high resolution audio, coordinated by guest editor, Rhonda Wilson. This highly anticipated collection includes eight papers on high-resolution audio, a review of the entire signal chain from sound origination to playback.
The March issue also includes the 116th Convention Preview, feature articles on semantic audio analysis and audio for games, and the calls for papers for the 117th Convention and the 26th Conference.
Plans for AES Speaker's Bureau in the Works
AES President Ron Streicher, in cooperation with the Board of Governors, has announced the inauguration of the AES Distinguished Speakers Program. Still in its developmental phase, the Distinguished Speakers Program is intended to become an important element of the Society's educational efforts, making it possible for local AES sections to host speakers who can address a wide variety of topics to thousands of audio professionals world wide.
Financial support for the speakers bureau has been initiated with the establishment of a special fund created by Streicher, who made a large personal contribution to its launch. The AES Speaker's Bureau will feature a roster of leading authorities, who will travel to various AES sections worldwide presenting the latest developments in today's rapidly advancing audio world.
Streicher plans for the Bureau to be operational before the end of his term in October, 2004, and is spearheading a campaign to obtain additional funding from both private and public sources.
Richard Chalmers has been appointed as the new AES Standards Committee Chair by the AES President, Ron Streicher. The AES wishes to express its sincere gratitude to former Chair, John Nunn, for years of dedication to AES Standards Initiatives and welcome Richard Chalmers to his new position.
AES Events Update
May 8 - May 11, 2004, Messe Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Hotel information is now available on the 116th website. Rooms at the AES special rate are limited, book your hotel room today and take advantage of discounted rates. Preliminary program and registration information will be added shortly.
26th Conference: High-Quality Analog Audio Processing
October 1-3, 2004, Baarn, The Netherlands
The 26th Conference will explore the new insights in analog audio technology that have contributed to a significant increase in the quality of modern digital audio systems. An invitation for submission of technical papers and proposals for demonstrations at the event has been opened by the Conference Committee. The deadline for proposed titles is May 17, 2003. Proposed titles should be submitted in a 60 to 120 word abstract, in addition to a 500-1000 word precis of the paper. Please make your submissions via the internet at www.aes.org/26th_authors anytime after March 19.
25th International Conference: Metadata for Audio
June 17-19 2004, London, UK
The manuscript deadline for accepted authors is just weeks away! April, 7, 2004!