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August 22, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Location: KAS MUSIC AND SOUND 36th Street and 35th Avenue Astoria, NY 11106

Moderated by: Dan Gaydos, Institute of Audio Research

Speaker(s): Joe Castellon (Executive Creative Director) and Bernard Fox (Assistant Engineer) of KAS

August 2014 AES Regional Chapter Meeting: 
Tour Kaufman Astoria Studios Music And Sound in the revered Kaufman Astoria Studios complex. One of the most prestigious and eminent recording, mixing and mastering facilities in New York City. They never stopped churning out astounding sound since the early 1980's and they're still going strong!!  
Let's see what they've got and how they do it. 
Date: Friday August 22. 
Time: 2-5PM. 
Our KAS hosts will be none other than 
Joe Castellon – Executive Creative Director and 
Bernard Fox – Assistant Engineer 
Meet at the security booth at 36th Street and 35th Ave. Astoria, NY 11106 
Our own AES IAR student section officers Anthony and Kwame will greet you and lead you down to one of the greatest facilities New York has to offer. The demos and tour are not to be missed. Students most welcome. 

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Posted: Wednesday, August 13, 2014

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Past Event: THE 2014 AES-NY PICNIC

July 13, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Location: 217 Storer Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Moderated by: Allan Tucker

Speaker(s): Foothill Digital


Skipping down the cobblestones, looking for fun
                        and eating bratwurst! **
        THE 2014 AES-NY PICNIC
               for members and their families
Join us for an afternoon of fresh air and sunshine
in lovely tree-lined New Rochelle
Date:  Sunday, July 13, 2014
Time:  2pm-5pm
At the home of:
   Allan Tucker
   217 Storer Avenue
   New Rochelle, NY  10801
RSVP to  with  "AES PICNIC"  in subject line —
      *** Be sure to tell us how many adults and kids will attend
      *** Please email RSVP ASAP ***
Admission is free if reserved in advance
(Otherwise, oy!, you're in such trouble)
Chips will be served! Bring the kiddies!
Wine will be served! Bring yourself!!
AES-NY thanks Dale Pro Audio for its generous support of the 2014 Picnic, and thanks Allan Tucker for once again hosting the event.
DIRECTIONS to Tuck and Jeremy's house:
From Grand Central Station, take a New Haven line Metro North train that stops in Pelham. From Pelham station, the house is a gorgeous 10 minute walk. See walking directions below.***
DRIVING from West Side of Manhattan and points South and West:
Take Henry Hudson Pkwy north to Cross County Pkwy east. Follow signs to Exit 9: Hutchinson River Pkwy south. Go one exit on Hutch south to Exit 12: Lincoln Ave. As you exit on the ramp, bear right to a traffic light, and turn right onto Lincoln Ave (at Getty station). Go 0.6 miles, then turn left at Storer Ave, just past a small fenced construction site. Follow Storer Ave around to the right to house number 217, which will be on the left.
DRIVING from East Side of Manhattan:
Take FDR Drive north to Madison Ave Bridge. Get onto Deegan Expy north. Exit onto Cross County Pkwy east. Follow directions above as in West Side.
DRIVING from points South and East:
Take Whitestone Bridge to Hutchinson River Pkwy. Take Exit 12: Lincoln Ave. Turn left at stop sign to get to traffic light (Mobil station), and turn right onto Lincoln Ave. Go 0.6 miles, then turn left at Storer Ave, just past a small fenced construction site. Follow Storer Ave around to the right to house number 217, which will be on the left.
DRIVING from points North:
Get to Hutchinson River Pkwy southbound. Take Exit 12. Follow directions above as in West Side.
*** WALKING from Pelham Metro North Train Station:
Upon leaving the train in Pelham, find the center stairs near a small waiting room.
(If there's a taxi, about $5 will get you to the studio, if you're not in the mood for a short walk.)
By foot, continue out of the station parking area to the first street, Pelhamwood Ave.
Turn left onto Pelhamwood and walk down the hill.
Make the first possible left turn, at the bottom of the hill, onto Highbrook Ave., and immediately go under an underpass.
Stay on Highbrook. Walk under another underpass, and get to a traffic light: Lincoln Ave.
Turn right onto Lincoln.
You're now walking east on Lincoln. Take the first left turn onto Storer Avenue.  Follow the road until you see a red Honda in a driveway on the left. That is 217 Storer Ave.  Welcome to the picnic!
[*Thanks and apologies to Paul Simon]

Other Business: Announcement of the date, time, and location for our August 2014 meeting. Maybe the same for our September 2014 meeting as well. The only way to find out will be to make it to the picnic!

Posted: Tuesday, July 8, 2014

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Past Event: Studio of the Future: 2020—2050

John La Grou

John La Grou

April 3, 2014 at 7:00 pm

Location: NYU Clive Davis Institue, 194 Mercer Street Studio 510, NYC

Moderated by: Jim Anderson, NYU

Speaker(s): John La Grou, The POW-R Consortium, Millennia Media

A brief look at the evolution of audio electronics, a theory of innovation, and a sweeping vision for the next forty years of audio production technology. Informed by the growth theories of Moore, Cray, and Kurzweil, we project the next forty years of professional audio products, production techniques, and delivery formats.

John La Grou is founder and chair of POW-r Consortium, the world's leading digital-audio bit-length reduction algorithms, used annually on roughly 1/3 of all CDs and audio downloads (licensed by Apple, Avid, etc.). “If you listen to music, you listen to POW-r.”  He is founder and CEO of Millennia Media, a world leader in the design of audio electronics for critical acoustic music. Roughly half of all major Hollywood film scores are recorded via Millennia electronics. Over 50,000 Millennia channels are in use worldwide. Millennia has received 30+ major industry awards and was recently selected by the U.S. Library of Congress to design and manufacture a new generation of archiving electronics for converting the Library's collection of 3 million legacy audio recordings (of every conceivable historic format) onto high resolution digital storage.

Other Business: Come to the Meet and Greet at 6:30. Election results and new officers will be announced.

Posted: Friday, March 14, 2014

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