AES Vienna 2007
Home Visitors Exhibitors Press Students Authors
Technical Program
Technical Tours

Spotlight on Broadcasting

Spotlight on Live Sound

Spotlight on Archiving

Detailed Calendar

Convention Planner

Paper Sessions



Exhibitor Seminars

Application Seminars

Special Events

Student Program

Technical Tours

Technical Council

Standards Committee

Heyser Lecture

Last Updated: 20070419, mei

Monday, May 7, 16:00 — 22:00


This tour will center on the setup and recording of Graham Blyth's organ concert at the Jesuitenkirche. This will be a hands-on session with direct involvement of anybody attending. The concert will be recorded in 2+2+2+2 surround with height and in conventional 5.1 surround.

The following aspects of the recording process will be explained during the setup:
- Microphone selection and placement
- Equipment configuration, recording chain
- On-location monitoring via headphones

The new organ of the Jesuitenkirche is one of the most famous organs in Vienna. Its control elements are rebuilt from a typical Cavaillé-Coll console.

Tickets for this technical tour will be available at the front desk. Meeting point is the ACV main entrance. A student will guide all participants to the church (Dr. Ignaz Seipel Platz). Public transportation will be used.

In conjunction with this recording, Werner Dabringhaus and Ulrich Vette will present a workshop at the convention on Tuesday at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. For details see W26, W27.