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AES 105th Convention -- San Francisco, USA September 26-29, 1998

The TECHNICAL COMMITTEES, coordinated by the AES Technical Council, track trends in audio in order to recommend to the Society special papers sessions, standards projects, publications, and awards in their fields. The TC meetings were to all convention registrants.

Sunday, September 27
10:00 am Studio Practices and Production (Room 305)
12:00 noon Microphones and Applications (Room 308)
Network Audio Systems (Room 304)
Transmission (and Broadcasting) (Room 301)
12:30 pm Signal Processing (Room 306)
6:30 pm Loudspeakers and Headphones (Room 306)
Perception and Subjective Evaluation of Audio (Room 308)
Monday, September 28
4:00 pm Optical Recording (Room 309)
5:00 pm Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement (Room 304)
6:00 pm Multichannel and Binaural Audio Technologies (Room 306)
6:00 pm Coding of Audio Signals (Room 308)

Special Event
Open House of the Technical Council

Saturday, September 26, 6:00 pm 8:00 pm
Room 305

Guest Speaker: Jorg Sennheiser

The Technical Council and its committees invited participants to join them for a glass of 'cheer' and fine music to be performed by the Hot Club of San Francisco at this open house. Find out what the Technical Committees are up to and what the Technical Council is about, chat with the experts, voice your ideas, and even get involved. Jorg Sennheiser, an expert and innovator of microphone technology, was our special guest. Professor Sennheiser's address, 'Audio on My Mind,' touched on the aspects of new technologies and the future of audio as seen from his unique perspective. Technical Committee chairs and members were on hand to greet participants.

Jorg Sennheiser is currently chairman of the board of Sennheiser electronic and a professor at the Technical University of Hannover where he teaches electroacoustics. Dr. Sennheiser's special interests include the field of electroacoustics, with emphasis on transducers, such as loudspeakers, headphones, microphones, and related equipment.

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