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AES Press Release: AES Rome 2013
Rome 2013 — 134th AES Convention Amplifies Spatial Sound
For Release: May 1, 2013
ROME: “Reviewing the many authoritative papers and workshops submitted for the 134th AES Convention, the Committee recognized a prevalence of 3-D Sound-related proposals,” reveals AES Executive Director Bob Moses. “It became apparent that we had enough perceptive, well-researched events to establish a formal Spatial Sound Track.” “By assembling nearly two dozen-papers and four timely workshops into a dedicated bloc, we can direct 3-D Sound-focused attendees to a comprehensive overview on this topical field.” The 134th AES Convention will be held May 4–7 at Rome’s Fontana di Trevi Conference Centre.
Spatial Sound Track Paper Sessions Include:
• Recording & Production
• Spatial Audio – Part 1: Binaural
• Spatial Audio – Part 2: 3-D Microphone and Loudspeaker Systems
• Spatial Audio – Part 3: Ambisonics, WFS
• Applications of 3-D Audio in Automotive
• Properties of Auro 3-D Room Signals
• Bernstein and Beethoven in 3-D
• 3-D Audio: Produce the New Dimension
Visit: http://www.aes.org/events/134/spatialsound/ for a complete list of events.
For Convention details visit the Preliminary Events Calendar at: http://www.aes.org/events/134/calendar/calendar.cfm
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