AES E-News: February 5 – Award Winners, 136th Convention eBriefs, 137th Convention, International Conferences, Job Board, Journal System, Jan/Feb Journal
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The Audio Engineering Society congratulates AES members who brought home Grammy Awards: Brian Losch, Bob Ludwig, Tim Martyn, Joseph M. Palmaccio, Tom Ruff, Al Schmitt, and Mark Wilder. Their superlative audio craft and commitment to quality is reflected in the artistic and critical success of their work.
AES 136th Convention
Engineering Briefs (eBriefs) are still being accepted for the 136th Convention. A short synopsis is needed by February 12, followed by an electronic manuscript by March 20. These can be short verbal or poster presentations on topics such as studio experience, equipment construction, new loudspeaker concepts, room acoustic measurements, analysis of audio equipment, and project studio startups, to name just a few possibilities.
Location: Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA
The AES returns to Los Angeles in October for the world's premiere audio gathering. The Convention Co-Chairs are Valerie Tyler and Michael MacDonald. Valerie has been co-chair of the last three west coast conventions, and brings a wealth of experience to this demanding job. Michael is President of ATK Audiotek, a world-leading audio production company, and a leader in the pro-audio business community. This is going to be a milestone convention, so save the date and join your colleagues! The Call for Papers for this meeting is now open, so it's time to start considering your contribution.
London, UK, June 12–14, 2014
Helsinki, Finland, August 27–29, 2014
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:
As a result of considerable dissatisfaction with the old Journal management system, AES has now switched to a new system based on Aries Editorial Manager, which offers an improvement in functionality and reliability. All existing users' login credentials have been moved to the new system, but papers that started out in the old system will continue to be managed there. Eventually the old system will be retired.
The Journal has also clarified its Open Access Policy.
This month's issue includes: