AES67-2015, AES standard for audio applications of networks - High-performance streaming audio-over-IP interoperability has been translated into Chinese and published by the China State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television. Its publication is indicative of the wide acceptance of the AES-67 standard in professional and broadcast audio applications world wide.
This is the culmination of work begun in early 2016 by China National Radio, China Central Television, China Academy Of Broadcasting Science, China State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, China Academy Of Broadcasting Planning, Suzhou Fortune Technology Co., Ltd., Digital Media Technology Co., Ltd., and Hanzhou Linker Technology Corporation.
Your can download a copy of Chinese version from this link
Posted on January 17, 2017 at 6:00:00 AM EST
Calls for comment on reaffirmation of the following AES standards have been published on 2017-01-09:
AES-10id-2005 AES information document for digital audio engineering – Engineering guidelines for the multichannel audio digital interface AES10 (MADI)
AES-12id-2006 AES Information Document for digital audio measurements - Jitter performance specifications
AES-21id-2011 AES Information Document for audio-file transfer and exchange - Screen-less navigation for high-resolution audio on Blu-ray Disc™
AES52-2006 AES standard for digital audio engineering — Insertion of unique identifiers into the AES3 transport stream
AES57-2011 AES standard for audio metadata - Audio object structures for preservation and restoration
AES62-2011 AES standard for audio connectors - Modified XLR-3 Connector for Digital Audio
Posted on January 9, 2017 at 6:00:00 AM EST
The AES is pleased to announce that Dr. Richard C. Cabot will be assuming the duties of Standards Manager. A former President of the AES, he has been involved with AES Standards since its early years, having chaired the development of the AES17 standard on digital audio measurement. He was one of the founders of Audio Precision, and developed their digital audio measurement technology. In addition to his standards work, Dr. Cabot's company, XFRM, Inc., designs professional audio equipment, consults on Intellectual Property patentability and infringement issues, and evaluates technology to guide companies in their investment decisions. He noted "I'm excited by the opportunity to guide AES Standards development going forward".
Mark Yonge, standards manager since 2001 has announced his intention to retire after the Berlin convention. During Mark's 16 years in the post he has expertly shepherded dozens of standards through the process from initial concept to published document. Under his guidance the AES Standards organization has grown to become the premier venue for coordinating technology in the audio field. Mark commented that, "it will be a wrench to step aside from the work of audio standards development, but I am delighted that Rich is taking up the task."
Please join me in welcoming Rich to his new role, and I know you will assist him in the coming transition. Until the AES 142nd convention there will be a transitional overlap period when Mark and Rich will be working together.
I look forward to seeing you at our standards meetings in Berlin at the AES 142nd Convention.
AES Standards Committee Chair.
Posted on January 6, 2017 at 6:00:00 AM EST
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