For Release: August 12, 2015
— The Project Studio Expo, presented in association with Sound on Sound magazine, Genelec, Neumann and Prism Sound, features a variety of events covering some of the more practical, yet often overlooked, aspects of personal and project studio recording space and workflow —
If it’s about audio, it’s at AES, and the 139th AES International Convention, October 29 – November 1, 2015, at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, is where the Audio Engineering Society will once again showcase its popular Project Studio Expo (PSE). Taking place October 30, 31, and November 1 at the PSE Stage on the Exhibition floor, the Project Studio Expo offers presentations targeted to working in personal and project studio environments and is open to all AES139 attendees with either a FREE Exhibits-Plus or Premium All Access badge.
This latest edition of the AES Project Studio Expo, presented in association with Sound On Sound and sponsors Genelec, Neumann and Prism Sound, offers attendees an ideal environment to listen, learn and connect with their peers, while bringing together the latest tools, techniques and experts in audio engineering and production. This year’s presenters on the PSE Stage for days one and two are slated to include respected industry veterans Craig Anderton, Larry Crane, Fab Dupont, Brian Jackson, Manhattan Producers Alliance, Hugh Robjohns, Mike Senior, John Storyk and Paul White. Topics cover a wide range of interesting and relevant topics, from “Making the Most of Your Project Studio Purchasing Budget,” “The Five Most Common Project Studio Recording Mistakes,” “Personal Networking for the Audio Professional,” “Outside the Box: Alternative Outlets for Your Music,” and “Building and Developing a Career,” to more technical issues including “Levels, Headroom, and Loudness,” “The REAL Skills You Need to Record Professionally,” “Mixing an Ensemble Recording,” and more.
On the third day of the Project Studio Expo, November 1, premier sponsor Prism Sound will take over the PSE Stage to present their “Mic to Monitor” series of educational seminars and workshops. Targeted at all levels of music production and engineering attendees, Mic to Monitor aims to dispel the many myths surrounding the recording process. The events answer all-important questions, such as what makes great gear “great,” what it takes to become a successful and in-demand audio engineer, how recording professionals tackle different aspects of their productions, and how a hit sound is achieved. Each seminar features presentations from recording professionals, with audience Q&A, and an opportunity to demo and win recording equipment.
“Our Project Studio Expo events have really added a new dimension to the AES Exhibition floor over the past few Conventions,“ stated Bob Moses, AES Executive Director. “Attendees can learn fundamentals and tricks of the trade from industry masters, in a forum that is not available anywhere else. Our NY team and Sound On Sound have upped the game yet again, and we invite everyone to come to one of these sessions and see what the buzz is about.”
About the Audio Engineering Society
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 and now 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. Currently, its members are affiliated with more than 75 AES professional sections and more than 95 AES student sections around the world. Section activities may include guest speakers, technical tours, demonstrations and social functions. Through local AES section events, members experience valuable opportunities for professional networking and personal growth. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org