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40th International AES Conference: Program

40th International AES Conference

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Primary Conference Program

This program is subject to change without notice. (updated on October 1st, 2010)

Complete program in two formats are available.

Day 0 (Organized by Japan Student Section) at Tokyo University of the Arts
Oct. 7 18:00 Pre-Conference Special Workshop (18:00-20:00) [Room 1] -Free Admission-
Anatomy of 3-D Technology / Chair: Elisa Sato
Day 1 at NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories
Oct. 8 8:00 Registration [Foyer]
8:55 Opening Remarks [Auditorium]
9:00 Keynote Address 1 (9:00-10:00) [Auditorium]
History and current state of the war between the two main approaches to surround sound: discrete speaker feeds versus hierarchical matrix / Angelo Farina
10:00 Paper Session 1 (10:00-11:30) [Auditorium]
Perception and Evaluation of Spatial Audio 1
Workshop 1 (10:00-12:00) [Studio]
Measuring High-Quality Room Impulse Responses for Artistic Applications / Chair: Wieslaw Woszczyk
Paper Session 2 (11:30-13:30) [Auditorium]
Spatial Rendering and Reproduction 1
Workshop 2 (12:00-13:30) [Studio]
Space Builder: A Comprehensive Production Tool for 22.2 Channel Sound Design / Co-chair: Wieslaw Woszczyk and Kimio Hamasaki
13:30 Lunch [Cafeteria] & Demo: Advanced Multichannel Live Sound Reproduction System / Presenter: NHK [Auditorium] (60 min.)
14:30 Paper Session 3 (14:30-17:30) [Auditorium]
Spatial Rendering and Reproduction 2
Workshop 3 (14:30-17:00) [Studio]
Periphony - More than Just Over Your Head / Chair: Jeff Levison
 
17:30 Super Hi-Vision & 22.2 Multichannel Sound Demonstration [Studio]
18:30 Dinner [Cafeteria]
19:30 Welcome Concert: Japanese Traditional Music and Multichannel Sound Music [Auditorium]
Day 2 at Tokyo University of the Arts
Oct. 9 8:00 Registration [Entrance Hall]
8:55 AES President Address [Hall]
9:00 Keynote Address 2 (9:00-10:00) [Hall]
Auditory Displays and Microphone Arrays for Active Listening / Yôiti Suzuki
10:00 Paper Session 4 (10:00-11:00) [Hall]
Applications of Spatial Audio
Workshop 4 (10:00-12:00) [Studio A]
3-D Sound / Co-chair: Thomas Sporer and Kazuho Ono
Poster Session (11:00-12:00) [Lounge]
12:00 Lunch [Room 1] & Demo: Synthesis of Ultradirective Virtual Microphones Enploying a 32-Capsules Spherical Array / Angelo & Adriano Farina [Hall]
13:00 Paper Session 5 (13:00-16:00) [Hall]
Surround Sound with Height
Workshop 5 (13:00-15:00) [Studio A & B]
Surround Recording for Music / Presenter: Akira Fukada
Workshop 6 (15:00-16:00) [Studio A]
New Theoretical Model of Sound Field Diffusion / Presenter: Toshiki Hanyu
Paper Session 6 (16:00-17:30) [Hall]
Signal Processing and Coding
Workshop 7 (16:00-17:30) [Studio A]
Mixing and Production of Spatial Audio / Chair: Florian Camerer
18:00 Banquet: Dinner cruise —Japanese Cuisine in a Japanese Houseboat— [Chartered Bus]
Day 3 at Tokyo University of the Arts
Oct. 10 8:00 Registration [Entrance Hall]
9:00 Keynote Address 3 (9:00-10:00) [Hall]
Space Concept in the Contemporary Music / Mikako Mizuno
10:00 Paper Session 7 (10:00-12:00) [Hall]
Perception and Evaluation of Spatial Audio 2
Workshop 8 (10:00-12:00) [Studio A]
The Art and Practice of Multichannel Field Recording / Chair: Charlie Fox
12:00 Lunch [Room 1] & Surround Soundscape Concert [Studio A] / Mick Sawaguchi
13:00 Paper Session 8 (13:00-14:00) [Hall]
Microphone and Mixing Techniques
Workshop 9 (13:00-14:30) [Studio A]
New Spatial Audio Coding Methods Based on Time-Frequency Processing / Chair: Ville Pulkki
Paper Session 9 (14:00-16:30) [Hall]
Spatialization and Reverberation
Workshop 10 (14:30-15:30) [Studio A]
The Importance of the Direct to Reverberant Ratio in the Perception of Distance / Presenter: David Griesinger
Workshop 11 (15:30-18:00) [Studio A]
In Pursuit of Spatialized Sound in Games / Co-chair: Steven P. Martz and Kazutaka Someya
Paper Session 10 (16:30-18:00) [Hall]
Measurement and Analysis of 3-D Sound
18:00 Closing Remark / Executive Director [Hall]

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