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59th Conference on Sound Reinforcement Engineering and Technology
July 15-17, 2015, Montreal, QC, Canada
PNW Pro-Audio/Video Events
The place to find Pro Audio and Video events in the PNW area.
JJ's Heyser Lecture
JJ delivered the Heyser Lecture at the 133rd AES Convention. PPT deck.
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Last modified 05/30/2015.
NOTE: anyone can attend this meeting regardless of their status as an AES member.
AES MEMBERSHIP IS NOT REQUIRED.
Mac Pro and Logic X Professional Discovery
Presented by Apple / Apogee
The new Mac Pro delivers more power than ever before. Paired with the correct audio solutions the possibilities are endless.
Join the University Village Business Team in exploring what is possible by making the jump into Apple's latest technology.
Apogee Electronics will be partnering for this event.
More info, including registration information.
Thursday, August 6
7pm - 8:30pm
Puget Sound Antique Radio Assn
For 33 years, the Puget Sound Antique Radio Association has held an annual public swap meet. This year's event takes place:
Sunday, August 16, 2015,
If you're buying, admission is free. If you want
Shoreline Community College,
from 9am to 1pm.
to sell, please download the Flyer for details. Each year between 100-150 members and others sell radios, audio gear, phonographs
and records, computer gear, amateur radios, test gear, and parts. It is an outdoor swap meet.
Links of interest
Directions to SCC
NOTE: The event will be held in a parking lot on campus, and not in Room 818.
The June meeting, Algorithmic Reverb, with Sean Costello of ValhallaDSP, was well attended,
with sufficient AES members present to have a quorum of members. Having a quorum let the election proceed,
with Chris Deckard elected Chair, and Steve Turnidge elected Vice-Chair. René Jaeger of JaegerAudio was elected
to the committee. Steve Malott is stepping down from active service, and we thank him for his multi-year
contribution to your Section.
With the June meeting, we complete our year of meetings, and we now take the summer off, to recharge our batteries,
plan the next year of meetings, and to not interfere with your own vacation plans.
If you have an idea or suggestion for a meeting, please let any of the officers or committee know, ASAP,
so it can be factored into the planning process.
The audio and meeting report from the June meeting will be online shortly, along with Sean's slide deck.
See you in September...
AES PNW 2015-2016 Section Chair
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