TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 35th Conference: Audio For Games (London)
2. Nashville Recording Workshop and Expo
3. Tutorial on Sound Archiving
4. December AES Journal Available Online
35th Conference: Audio For Games (London)
London, UK / February 11-13, 2009
The Audio for Games conference is the 35th
international conference of the Audio Engineering Society, focusing
specifically on the technical and creative aspects of game-audio. The
conference is for game-audio professionals and those whose work is
related to audio for games.
The conference programme is designed to cover cutting edge technology
and techniques in today's and tomorrow's titles, including areas such as
digital signal processing, spatial audio, music and sound content
creation, codecs and speech processing. This is a chance for the games
industry to share experience of how to get the best out of current and
This isn't a conference about games with an audio bit, and it's not a
conference about audio with a games bit, this is a conference about
audio for games!
Nashville Recording Workshop and Expo
Nashville, TN, USA / February 20-21, 2009
Get the most from your studio - Come learn with the Pros!
Whether a recording musician, a songwriter laying down demos, or a
professional engineer working in a personal production space, the
Recording Workshop and Expo has information you need.
Kicking off the event will be a Keynote Address by Ricky Skaggs,
followed by many opportunities to learn from audio pros, mingle with
your peers, and check out the technology and tools in the exhibits
area. If you are serious about music production,
NRW+E is a Do-Not-Miss
Tutorial on Sound Archiving
The latest in our series of online tutorials is now available. Members can
now view a tutorial on Sound Archiving given by Dietrich Schüller at the
122nd Convention. It can be accessed at www.aes.org/tutorials.
Please note that during the pilot phase for this project these tutorials are
only available to view online in streamed form and there is no downloadable
version. We welcome your feedback about these tutorials, which can be
provided by clicking on the link below the presentation.
December AES Journal Is Available Online Here
This issue includes:
• Papers on:
Efficient Lagrange Fractional Delay Filters
Optimizing Bandwidth Restrictions for Multichannel Surround
Energy-Balance Algorithm Improves Sigma-Delta Modulators
• Engineering Report on:
All-Pass Linear Arrays
• 125th Convention Report, San Francisco
• Feature: Perception of Reproduced Sound
• Feature: New FCC Rules for Wireless Microphones
• Education News
• Call for Papers: 127th Convention, New York
• Index to Volume 56
• AES Standards Committee News
• News of the Sections, New Products and Developments, etc.
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