AES E-News: October 11 – 133rd Convention Tracks, Mobile App, Awards, Rome Call for Papers, Job Board, 50th Conference, Journal
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AES 133rd Convention
Possibly the most technologically advanced and fastest growing segment of the audio field, Game Audio is the perfect storm of signal processing complexity, evolving requirements, and mass market appeal. The Game Audio Track promises to deliver the latest technologies, developers, and ideas. The Sound For Pictures Track explores emerging trends in 3D, large room reproduction systems and acoustics, and techniques employed by some of Hollywood's top sound mixers and designers. The Product Design track gives design professionals insight into the latest techniques for audio hardware and software development. Why not join us for the first ever Project Studio Expo, created in partnership with Sound On Sound, bringing together the top people, tools, and techniques? It’s open to the public and free if you register in advance. The Networked Audio Track explores the latest developments in methods, protocols and applications of all things networked audio, from low latency media distribution to command and control of networked audio devices. The renowned AES Broadcast/Streaming Track is in its third decade as the industry's best forum for the latest advances in radio, TV, and Internet streaming with top experts in the field. Live Sound is a major focus of the 133rd AES Convention, ranging from small room acoustics to large venues. Microphone placement techniques, networked audio distribution, mixing, troubleshooting, and many other disciplines and technology trends are explored.
Make sure to check out the exhibitor-organized Audio Industry Seminars, too. Find out about the latest developments from audio industry manufacturers and representatives.
Join your international audio colleagues to Listen, Learn, and Connect at the 133rd Convention!
Your interactive guide to the 133rd AES Convention
Download the AES Mobile Convention app, and navigate your way through the technical program. The app is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, and any smartphone that has web-enabled browser capability (such as BlackBerry). The AES Mobile Convention App allows you to:
There’s no better way to investigate the multitude of events, organize your schedule and maximize your investment in the 133rd AES Convention.
Each year the Audio Engineering Society presents special awards to members who have made outstanding contributions to the Society in such areas as research, scholarship, and publications. Members whose accomplishments have advanced and enhanced our industry are recognized for their endeavors. This year’s Awards, which include a Distinguished Service Medal for John Vanderkooy, will be presented during the opening ceremonies of the 133rd AES Convention on Friday, Oct. 26th at SF’s Moscone Center. “While their individual areas of expertise are diverse, AES Award recipients are similar in that each of them has made an indelible mark on the advancement of the art and science of pro audio,” remarked Awards Committee Chair, Diemer de Vries.
AES 134th Convention
Authors can now view the Call for Papers and Engineering Briefs for our upcoming convention in Rome, Italy. Authors can choose 3 different categories for their papers: complete-manuscript peer-reviewed papers, abstract-precis-reviewed papers, and synopsis-reviewed engineering briefs.
The AES Job Board is where audio companies post their latest job openings. As an AES member you receive notifications of the most recent postings here:
AES 50th Conference – Audio Education
Calling all teachers, researchers, trainers and administrators, both academic and commercial, working in the area of audio education: the AES Conference on Audio Education invites proposals for papers, posters and workshops showcasing innovative curricula, creative use of facilities and technology, and descriptions of unique collaborations between industry and academia. Visit http://www.aes.org/conferences/50/ for all the details and submit your suggestions and abstracts by November 1, 2012.
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