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July 14, 2010 - Book Hotel for AES San Francisco, 41st Conference Call for Papers, New Journal

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  1. Book Hotel for AES San Francisco
  2. 41st Conference Call for Papers
  3. AES Journal June Issue Now Available

Book Hotel for AES San Francisco

AES 129th Convention

AES 129th Convention
Your Bridge To The Future
Conference Dates: November 4-7, 2010
Exhibit Dates: November 5-7, 2010

You can now book your hotel for the 129th Convention in San Francisco. If you want a specific hotel we'd suggest booking early before any hotels sell out. We will be posting additional convention information next month.

New Feature: Interactive Exhibitor List!

Ever wonder what an exhibitor does? AES has moved forward to help its membership identify exhibitors and their products with a new feature on our website. The Exhibitor List (as of July 13) for the upcoming 129th Convention in San Francisco is now interactive, linking a company's preview to the exhibitor name. Just roll your mouse over the exhibitor name and if a listing has already been submitted, it will bring up the preview. This will be great in planning your exhibit floor visit!

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41st Conference Call for Papers

AES 41st Conference

AES 41st Conference
Audio For Games
Dates: February 2-4, 2011
Location: British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), London, UK

After the success of the AES 35th International Conference in 2009, the Audio Engineering Society is pleased to announce its second conference dedicated to audio for games, to be held 2011 February 2–4 at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), London, UK. Current- and next-generation gaming platforms offer unprecedented levels of processing power specifically for audio. These changes facilitate a range of complex real-time audio architectures and DSP effects, offering creative possibilities never before seen in the areas of interactive sound design and music composition. Such devel- opments in technology also present new challenges in audio programming, engineering, and sound design, drawing on areas of multidisciplinary expertise that were not previously relevant. This conference focuses on these new challenges, and will reflect on changes in the industry since the first conference in 2009 and bring together new and established professionals in the area of audio for games.

Authors have until September 24th to submit a paper proposal and can find more details in the call for submissions.

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AES Journal June Issue Now Available

AES Journal

This issue includes:

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