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AES Press Release: AES New York 2011
AES Educational Events: Programmed To Elucidate
For Release: September 13, 2011
Tutorials on Delay & Comb Filter; Mentoring; Career Fair; Ben Folds & More
NEW YORK: 131st AES Convention Chair Jim Anderson reports that Education Committee Chair John Krivit has fashioned one of the conventions’ most eclectic and colorful programs. “From a one-on-one conversation with recording star Ben Folds to highly anticipated Alex Case Tutorials on Delay and Comb Filters, this year’s Education Events will cover issues totally connected to today’s generation of college level audio students,” Anderson says. Scheduled for Oct. 20-23, the Convention will be held in NY’s Jacob Javits Center.
AES CONVENTION EDUCATION EVENTS INCLUDE:
Thursday, Oct. 20
Alex Case, Tutorial on Delay: Noted author, U of Mass. professor and dynamic speaker, Case will explore the copious applications of this essential production effect. An integral element of all recording sessions, delay is the DNA of a broad range of effects, and represents one of the most powerful signal processes in the audio toolbox.
First Meeting of the Student Delegate Assembly: Finalists in the AES Student Recording Competition to be announced; student registration for the SPARS Mentoring Sessions and, the PMC Student Recording Critiques. An exceptional opportunity to network with fellow audio students from around the globe.
Friday October 21
Exhibition Hall Opens: Perhaps the largest “candy store” of audio equipment a pro audio student will ever encounter. Student engineers will discover new products and, learn which companies are pioneering the most meaningful technology.
Career and Education Fair: An abundance of colleges and pro audio educators gathered for the express purpose of providing potential students with detailed information about their audio programs. A sterling opportunity to discuss career goals and educational options with the very teachers they may be studying with.
Mentoring “Speed Dating” Workshop: SPARS-sponsored lunchtime event designed to provide students with quality time to engage professionals in every aspect of pro audio.
Student Recording Competition: Finalists in Sound for Visual Media and Traditional Acoustic Recording categories will be presented to the judges,
Also scheduled for Friday are: A presentation by Karlheinz Brandenburg, the father of the mp3; and, a one-on-one dialogue with recording artist Ben Folds.
Saturday October 22
Education Forum: An open dialogue among educators regarding curriculum, facilities and pedagogy and a chance to hear about a proposed Summer 2013 AES Education Conference.
AES Student Recording Competition: Focused on traditional and non-traditional Multi-track Recording categories. All attendees, including non-finalists, will gain tremendous insights from the judge’s comments on student presentations.
Sunday October 23
Alex Case Untangles the Comb Filter: Describing, defining, visualizing and quantifying this ever-present, always important audio element, Case will provide a more complete understanding of its ubiquitous ability to help students track and mix with confidence.
A Career in Game Audio: An overview of the skills required to matriculate into the game audio industry. The unique roles audio team members play in game audio design; content creation; technology development and, implementation of audio assets will be reviewed.
Second Meeting of the Student Delegate Assembly: Winners of the AES Student Recording Competition will be announced. Election for a new SDA officer.
Photo: AES Education Committee Chair John Krivit
Consult the 131st AES Convention Preliminary Calendar of Events for time and location
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org