AES E-News: April 16 – 136th Convention, 137th Convention, Klippel Online Presentations, Job Board, April Journal
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AES 136th Convention
Our Berlin convention is fast approaching. Among the highlights, the Project Studio Expo (PSE) features award winning recording engineers and educators to help you push your career to its next level. Wieslaw Woszczyk will deliver the keynote at the opening ceremonies, and Dietrich Schüller is presenting a fascinating Heyser lecture on the preservation of sound recordings. Sound for Picture is a major theme, including a master class by world-famous film composer, Christine Aufderhaar, during which you can watch her develop the sound track for a feature film.
Online registration is still open and, as a special member benefit, AES members can still register for a free Exhibits Plus badge that enables access to the exhibits as well as the Special Events and Project Studio Expo. (Note: the Exhibits Plus badge is only free if you use this link.) An All Access badge will get you into the full technical program.
Why not download the mobile app too, to keep track of everything that's going on at the convention?
AES 137th Convention
The AES returns to Los Angeles in October for the world's premiere audio gathering. This is going to be a milestone convention, so save the date and join your colleagues! The Call for Papers for this meeting is open, and there's plenty of time to submit your contribution.
A collection of the presentations of Wolfgang Klippel, given at recent conventions, is available for viewing from our online tutorials by AES members. Klippel, a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, has mainly been concerned in recent years with developing control and measurement systems, dedicated to loudspeakers and other tranducers. Our online audio-visual recordings include his Rome Heyser Lecture: "Small, Loud-speakers: Taking Physics to the Limit", as well as tutorials entitled "Rub and Buzz and Other Irregular Loudspeaker Distortions", and “Hot and Nonlinear – Loudspeakers at High Amplitudes”.
-- Michael Williams, AES Convention Technical Program Video Recordings Manager
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:
Individual AES members receive free access to the Online Journal. This month's issue includes: