AES New York 2017 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Camden Labs - Ottawa, ON, Canada
Dr. Gilbert Soulodre has many years of experience in the audio field, both as a mixing engineer and a researcher. He has written numerous scientific papers in the areas of concert hall acoustics, auditory perception, subjective testing, digital signal processing, and multi-channel audio. As founder of Camden Labs, he has invented a wide variety of audio processing algorithms and has authored more than 30 patents. His development efforts include a wide array of products in the areas of cinema, telecom, military communications, the music recording industry, microphone processing, hearing aids, music compression, and automotive audio. Dr. Soulodre is a Fellow of the AES and has received recognition and awards from the Acoustical Society of America, the American Institute of Physics, the IEEE, and the Canadian Government. In 2006 he received the AES Publications Award. In 2012, Dr. Soulodre received a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In 2017, he collaborated with film director Kahlil Joseph to create an immersive audio experience for the exhibit "Shadow Play" which is currently showing at the New Museum in New York.
RP10: Come Together: Concepts in Audio Normalization (Panelist)