AES E-News: Jan 4 – Audio for Games, Nashville Recording Workshop, E-Library Updates, Job Board Update, Latest Journal
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AES 49th Conference – Audio for Games
Audio for Games is delighted to announce the keynote and several sessions for the AES 49th Audio for Games conference! Robin Rimbaud, aka "Scanner", is an artist, writer, plasticien sonore and composer working in London, whose works traverses the experimental terrain between sound, space, image and form. His keynote is entitled "Inspiration from a Different Place" and you can learn more about his talk and many other sessions on our conference website. More sessions and papers will be announced leading up to the conference.
Early bird registration has been extended to Wednesday January 9th so be sure to register soon!
Keep an eye on the @AESGames twitter account for up-to-date news!
Nashville Recording Workshop and Expo
Kristian Bush, one-half of the award-winning super-duo, Sugarland, will deliver the keynote address to kick off the 4th annual Nashville Recording Workshop and Expo (NRW+E). NRW+E 2013 will be held once again at the Rocketown event center in downtown Nashville on February 15 & 16. The event is designed to share the expertise of audio pros with home studio owners, be they musicians, songwriters, producers or engineers. Showcasing presentations by top industry professionals as well as exhibits by many leading manufacturers in audio gear technology, the NRW+E 2013 is presented by the AES Nashville Section in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society.
Supported by overwhelmingly positive responses to a recent survey, the AES Journal now offers an Open Access (OA) publishing option to its authors. OA papers will have the OA logo next to them in the E-Library and will be freely downloadable by anyone, even if they’re not an AES member or E-Library subscriber. You can search for OA papers, and we launch this exciting new venture with a first offering by Alex Case, “Recording Electric Guitar—The Science and the Myth”.
Engineering Briefs (eBriefs) presented at conventions will be of interest to many AES members. Topics can be very wide-ranging, such as studio experience, equipment construction and new loudspeaker concepts. All of these can now be freely accessed by any AES member from the E-Library.
If you regularly need access to the latest research in audio engineering, why not consider a subscription to the AES E-Library? This gives you unlimited access to papers describing the results of over 60 years of research and development in audio. Available for both individual and institutional access.
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:
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