The AES offers a range of resources in audio engineering and applications. A sample of the content relating to Recording Technology and Practices is highlighted here. Some content is available only to AES members or e-library subscribers.
Recording and Mastering at AES 136th Convention, Berlin
The Project Studio Expo brings the latest techniques, tools, and experts together for professional training on topics ranging from acoustics in small spaces to microphone placement, mixing, and mastering.
AES 136 Student Recording Competition
If you are an AES student member you can enter our competitions, to be held during the Berlin convention, from April 26–29. Compete in a number of different categories, get direct feedback from our panel of renowned industry professionals, and win amazing prizes! Registration deadline is March 25th, so if you have any great projects in the pipeline, get them ready for submission and make use of this great opportunity.
AES Members Get Grammys
The Audio Engineering Society congratulates AES members who brought home Grammy Awards: Brian Losch, Bob Ludwig, Tim Martyn, Joseph M. Palmaccio, Tom Ruff, Al Schmitt, and Mark Wilder. Their superlative audio craft and commitment to quality is reflected in the artistic and critical success of their work.
Les Paul - Multitrack Recording
Les Paul led a triple life...
Stokowski and the Evolution of Recording Techniques
Leopold Stokowski was active as a recording artist from 1917 until 1977—virtually the entire period of the recording of music by analog technology.
Technical Committee on Recording Technology and Practices
The committee offers the expertise of its international members, representing the professional studio community, to the research, development, and manufacturing segments of the Society. It aims to collaborate with other technical committees in establishing equipment evaluation and testing procedures that reflect the real-world conditions of professional use. It seeks to evaluate and recommend procedures and practices relevant to production, as well as to suggest new tools and areas of investigation essential to the advancement of professional audio production. The committee intends to become a forum that networks members of other professional organizations.
Technical Document: Delivery of Recorded Music Projects