AES E-News: November 26 – Sean Olive Presidency, New Networked Audio-Over-IP Interoperability Standard, Conferences & Job Board Updates, November Journal
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The AES welcomes Dr. Sean Olive as its new President, taking over from outgoing President Frank Wells. Currently serving as Director, Acoustic Research, HARMAN International, Olive is based in Northridge, California, placing him in an ideal location to guide the AES into the 137th Convention, which will take place in Los Angeles in the fall of 2014. Sean displays an unwavering passion for audio and the AES organization, and his unique perspective as a musician, educator, recording engineer/producer, audio researcher and consumer places him in an ideal position to guide the course of the society through the next year and help plot that course for coming years.
AES has officially announced the publication of AES67-2013, a new engineering standard for networked/streaming audio-over-IP interoperability. Developed under the leadership of Kevin Gross, it provides comprehensive interoperability recommendations in the areas of synchronization, media clock identification, network transport, encoding and streaming, session description and connection management.
We have also created a forum where AES members can discuss implementation details for this new Standard. If you are considering implementing it or have already begun the process, then you can ask your questions in the AES67 Implementation Forum.
London, UK, January 26–29, 2014
London, UK, June 12–14, 2014 The call for contributions is now open and closes January 31. Chaired by Mark Huckvale and Jeff Smith, this conference is dedicated to exploring advances in the field of audio forensics by providing a platform for research related to the forensic application of speech/signal processing, acoustical analyses, audio authentication, and the examination of methodologies and best practices.
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