Location: NYU Steinhardt, Music Tech Dept. 35 West 4th St., 6th floor
Moderated by: Robert Auld
Speaker(s): Barbara Haws, New York Philharmonic; Seth B. Winner, Audio Engineer
Barbara Haws has been the N.Y. Philharmonic’s archivist for the past 34 years. During her tenure, four historic broadcast sets of the orchestra were produced and issued; two of them were nominated for a Grammy award. In 2012 Barbara commissioned Seth Winner to preserve a further series of live historic broadcasts, in a project which was funded by the Grammy Foundation. The first batch was done in 2014 and a second go-round has just been completed. This evening Barbara and Seth will discuss the importance of this project, as well as the intrigue involved in locating the sources to these legendary recordings. Selected examples from the broadcasts will be played for the audience.
Posted: Monday, June 11, 2018
Location: 35 W. 4th St. 6th floor. NYU Steinhardt, Music Tech Dept.
Speaker(s): Prof. Edgar Choueiri, Princeton University
Prof. Edgar Choueiri, Chief Scientist and Director of Princeton University’s 3D Audio and Applied Acoustics Lab, and President of Theoretica Applied Physics, will give a hands-on workshop at NYU’s Dolan Recoding Studio on the latest tools for mixing and rendering binaural 3D audio for speakers and headphones for applications ranging from recording mix enhancement to AR/VR. Using Theoretica’s industry-leading BACCH-dSP 5.0 (https://www.theoretica.us/bacch-dsp/), Prof. Choueiri will demonstrate the design and use of optimized crosstalk cancellation filters for rendering binaural audio in true 3D over a regular stereo pair of monitors; 3D mixing and binaural content creation with complex 3D imaging using generic and individualized HRTFs; and up-to-fourth-order HOA-to-binaural rendering and 3D sound-field navigation using up to 20-speaker full dodecahedron virtual speaker system and individualized HRTFs, using a 4-th order 32-capsule HOA mic.
Posted: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Alex U. Case
Location: Studio 510 (5th floor) at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, 194 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012
Speaker(s): Alex U. Case, Past President, AES; University of Massachusetts Lowell
Pitch shifting as an audio effect is still maturing, even though the technology was there from the beginning. Recording at one speed but playing back at another has been the pitch shifting modus operandi across all analog formats – cylinders, disks and tape. Digital audio continued these time-domain techniques, exploiting sample rate differences between record and playback. Frequency-domain pitch shifting, offering new effects possibilities, became an important part of the pop engineer’s tool kit in the late 90s.
But what are we to make of the aesthetic? What is the creative potential of pitch shifting? Alex U. Case looks at several iconic examples of pitch shifting effects in pop music. He delivers a listening-guided analysis – integrating the disciplines of music, signal processing, and psychoacoustics – that defines the full range of the effect and how it might find a place in your next project.
Posted: Friday, December 29, 2017
Location: YokeyPokey VR Arcade, 537 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217.
Moderated by: George R. Casseus Jr., Yokey Pokey Immersive VR
Speaker(s): Glenn Forsythe, G'Audio; Anthony Matanna, Hooke Audio
A special NY AES co-presentation with Brooklyn Immersive Media MeetUp!
This months meetup will be smothered in gravy and will sound sweet to our ears. Just in time for Thanksgiving. For those who are interested in how to mix Audio for Immersive media, this one is for you!
please note the special place and time
YokeyPokey VR Arcade in BROOKLYN near the Barclays Center.
5:30pm to 8:00pm
Meet other VR / Immersive enthusiasts, and see demonstrations of the first binaural microphone/headphone combo made for social media as well as new technology by Theoretica Applied Physics called BACCH4Mac. A system that allows you to mix 3D audio over loudspeakers. NO Headphones needed. This technology can speed up your workflow and help you mix for VR by actually listening to the way we hear sound naturally.
Posted: Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Location: Institute of Audio Research, 64 University Pl. btwn 10th & 11th.
Speaker(s): Michael D. Griffin, Essential Sound Products, Inc. - Rochester, MI, USA
A widely held paradigm among many in the pro-audio community and beyond is that power cords cannot possibly affect audio component performance. In this session we will review fundamentals of audio component power supply performance and various data that supports the conclusion, “how could changing the design of the power cord not affect audio component performance?” Further, we’ll discuss our approach to power cable design to optimize audio component performance.
Posted: Thursday, October 5, 2017
Location: NYU Clive Davis Institue, 194 Mercer St., Studio 510, NYC
Speaker(s): Lon Neumann, Wheatstone Corp.
The IP model of audio transport (AoIP) provides a unique combination of features that are well suited for today’s emerging remote At-Home production model. Integrated routing, processing, mixing, and control spread across interconnected devices on an IP network can be used to build a venue-side matrix of audio and control that includes mic-ingest, local mixing, low latency IFB, and control-logic from local or remote inputs. The resultant audio streams can then be transmitted to a distant At-Home production facility via AES67 (AoIP) for synchronization with the accompanying video streams.
Come join NY AES as Lon Neumann from Wheatstone Corp. walks us through the new era of IP remote production.
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Posted: Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Location: The Institute of Audio Research Jack Douglas Music Hall, 2nd Floor 64 University Place
Moderated by: Ron Ajemian, Owl Fiber Optics
Speaker(s): David Kuklinski, Neutrik USA
In today’s world of audio/video technology, engineers, technicians and studio operators are finding it a daunting task to decide what cables and connectors to deploy for high speed data intensive networks. This meeting will address the most current and popular A/V connections to deploy by updating past and present Fiber Optic connectors and cables with a brief overview at wired Ethernet Category CAT 5 – CAT 8 specifications.
As data rates and speeds keep increasing in the networks used for many applications in A/V and broadcast a need to better understand these connections for optimum performance has become necessary.
David Kuklinski will talk about the latest connectors from Neutrik’s product line of OpticalCon and EtherCon connectors.
Ron Ajemian will give a brief tutorial on Fiber Optic Connectors and Cables along with an overview of the new and upcoming standard for Category CAT 8 Ethernet connections.
Q and A will follow after the presentation. All students and members are welcome, but you must RSVP via the link below.
Posted: Thursday, May 4, 2017
Location: NYU Steinhardt, 35 West 4th, 6th floor
Moderated by: Colin Pfund - NBC Universal
Speaker(s): Janice Cruz Brooks, SNL; Mark Corbin, Avid; Dave Amels, Bomb Factory; Howard Bowler, Hobo Audio; Chris Gehringer, Sterling Sound.
The audio job market is vast and competitive. Let us break it down for you.
Join us at NYU's Steinhardt Recording Studios for an evening with some of the best audio employers in the NYC-area. Hosted by a diverse group of audio professionals, this panel discussion will cover the myriad of opportunities available to a graduating senior. With experience-based examples of career paths, panelists will provide expert advice for prospective employees and entrepreneurs. Students of all ages are highly encouraged to attend and pose questions to our panel. We will hold a lengthy Q&A session followed by open networking time. Bring your thoughts, bring your dreams!
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Posted: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Edgar Choueiri, Professor of Applied Physics at Princeton University
Location: Sennheiser’s new Pop-Up Store, 134 Prince Street in Manhattan
Speaker(s): Prof. Edgar Choueiri, Princeton University
As most humans have only two ears, in theory we should need only two channels/transducers to hear recorded audio in full 3D. Princeton University Professor Edgar Choueiri will describe the challenges of binaural audio through headphones and loudspeakers, recent solutions to these challenges, and the state of the art of processing and content delivery development tools for each. Choueiri will describe and demonstrate his BACCH 3D Sound technology and BACCHdSP software. This system relies on crosstalk cancellation filters and the use of head tracking and automatic individualization for a particular listener. Headphone and loudspeaker reproduction hardware will also be discussed and demonstrated. To attend this meeting you must RSVP via the link below. (Click on "More Information") ABOUT Prof. Choueiri: Edgar Choueiri is professor of Applied Physics at Princeton University where he is Director of two research laboratories: The Electric Prolusion and Plasma Dynamics Propulsion Laboratory (where he works on advanced propulsion for deep space spacecraft), and the 3D Audio and Applied Acoustics (3D3A). He is the author of more than 200 scientific articles and publications and the recipient of numerous awards.
Posted: Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Location: NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, Rosenthal Pavillion
All are welcome to attend.
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Posted: Friday, February 10, 2017