In This Section
- Eastern Region, USA/Canada
- VP: Anthony Schultz
- Central Region, USA/Canada
- VP: Michael Fleming
- Western Region, USA/Canada
- VP: David W. Scheirman
- Northern Region, Europe
- VP: Bill Foster
- Central Region, Europe
- VP: Nadja Wallaszkovits
- Southern Region, Europe
- VP: Umberto Zanghieri
- Latin American Region
- VP: Valeria Palomino
- International Region
- VP: Toru Kamekawa
New York AES Section
If there is a meeting topic you think would be of interest to the membership, please contact us. There is no fee to attend most section meetings and they're open to everyone with an interest in professional audio. Students are especially welcome at all meetings.
May 28, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Location: Dolby Laboratories NY Screening Room 1350 Ave of the Americas Main Floor
Moderated by: Ken Hunold
Come help mark the 50th anniversary of Dolby Laboratories. Chartered on May 17th 1965, Dolby was set up as an American corporation by Ray Dolby, but located in offices in London, England.
Dolby’s first office in the USA was at 333 Avenue of the Americas, in space sub-let from friend and part time office manager Marc Aubort of Elite Recording.
Help us turn on the “way-back” machine and trace the path of Dolby Laboratories through its products and locations.
Bring your own recollections of Dolby stories (old ones, but new ones are OK, too.) You may be asked to tell your stories to the group.
Posted: Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Upcoming Meeting: "UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHTS" A Panel Discussion about Music Royalties, Rights & Trademarks
June 9, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Location: The New School for Jazz Performance, 55 West 13th St
Moderated by: Ray Archie, CEO of MixLuv, Inc.
Speaker(s): artist, Ryan Shaw; engineer, producer, and song-writer, Jack Douglas; Deezer’s VP of Music Rights and Label Relations, Julien Simon; entertainment & trademark attorney, Keith A. Weltsch, Esq.; S-Curve Records head and GRAMMY-winning producer, Steve Greenberg; SESAC’s VP of Writer/Publisher relations, Linda Lorence-Critelli.
The New York Section of the Audio Engineering Society, The Recording Academy’s New York Chapter, and The New School for Social Research will present a panel discussion on ‘Understanding Copyrights’. From the “Fair Play, Fair Pay Act” to promises of digital royalties for Producers, Mixers, and Engineers, new bills in Congress seem to guarantee a new brighter horizon for many who have not enjoyed this type of revenue in the past. But is this future so promising? This panel discussion will explore details of these new house bills as well as touch on under-utilized or unclaimed revenue based on existing royalty, rights, and trademarks.
You must RSVP by clicking More Information below to attend. Space is limited.
Posted: Friday, May 22, 2015
April 28, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Location: ABC Television Network , 47 W 66 St., NYC
Moderated by: David Bialik – CBS Local
Speaker(s): Troy Jensen, Shure; Chris Spahr, DPA; Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics; Alan Venitosh, TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik;
This will be a discussion of technology and technique not a sales presentation. We hope to discuss the considerations that go into mic design, materials, how polar charts are read/misread, types of mics, placement, how to use the mic, and the various uses.
Troy Jensen has been involved in the audio/visual industry for over 30 years in various capacities. His expertise includes Architectural Acoustics, Audio/Video System Design, and Project/Business Management. He currently is a Market Development Specialist with Shure, Inc. has held high level consulting/management positions with Peter George Associates, RPG Diffusor Systems, and ALTEL Systems. His involvement in the industry includes contributions within the Manufacturing, Consulting Engineering, Music Production, Live Sound Reinforcement, and Systems Integration aspects of the business. He is also certified on several computer predictive techniques as they relate to acoustics and audio-visual systems design and is trained on several measurement systems to document the performance of these spaces/systems. He currently is a guest lecturer at the Yale School of Drama for the M.F.A. Technical Design and Production program.
Christopher Spahr has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Barry University and a recording arts associate’s degree from Full Sail University. His 20-year career spans the music, recording arts and pro sound industries. He comes to DPA Microphones as Area Sales Manager for Eastern U.S. from RTW, where he oversaw U.S. sales and operations. Prior to that, he spent seven years as a Market Development Manager and certified U.S. RF Expert for Sennheiser, in both the installed sound and professional channels. He has also served as Staff Engineer at Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida and performed live sound work for various concerts, corporate functions and theater applications.
Karl Winkler is currently Director of Business Development for Lectrosonics, Inc., a leading manufacturer of wireless microphone, networked audio and matrix mixing products for professional use. Mr. Winkler has provided hundreds of frequency coordinations and wireless microphone system designs for theaters, broadcast studios, reality TV and feature film productions, major touring acts and houses of worship. Prior to Lectrosonics, Mr. Winkler worked as Brand Manager for Neumann/USA and Business Area Manager for Professional Products at Sennheiser USA. Mr. Winkler holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance from the University of Arizona and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Recording Arts from the University of Southern California. In his spare time, Mr. Winkler enjoys time with his wife and daughter, and performing classical music in the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra and the Petroglyph String Quartet.
Alan Venitosh has been a recording and audio engineering enthusiast his entire life. Spending time as a touring musician in his late teens and early 20s, Alan experienced both sides of the glass in the recording studio environment, acting as both performing musician and audio engineer. He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Music Production & Technology from the Hartt School of Music at University of Hartford in 2002. His experience in music retail and interest in electrical engineering lead him to his position at TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik, manufacturers of some of the world’s finest vacuum tube based microphones. His current role as Director Of Operations finds him participating in the development of new microphone technology, as well as forensically looking to the past for historic European microphone design. Alan is an expert in microphone technique and application.
Other Business: SEATING IS LIMITED. You must register via EventBrite. Click on the link below.
Posted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015