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On the Student pages you will find information collected and provided by student members of the AES who have been elected officers of the Student Delegate Assembly (SDA). Find out more about us here.

If you are an AES student member, this is the place where you can get informed about student related topics. Also, every student is invited to help keeping these pages a vivid and up to date resource by sending us interesting news and reports from your AES Student Section. 

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Student Recording Competition Rules

As the deadline for submissions is coming closer be sure that you are familiar with rules for Student Recording Competition. Check them here.

At the upcoming 147th, AES Convention in New York students will be able to compete in a new category which is Immersive!

We wish you all good luck! Remember we are waiting for your submissions till the 18th of September 2019!


Posted: Thursday, August 22, 2019

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AES Student Competition: Matlab Plugin - New York AES 145th convention follow-up


 

MATLAB Plugin Student Competition was first time hosted on 145th AES New York Convention. From the 4 submissions qualified to the final presentation, Judges selected one gold, two silver and one bronze award winners. For the 147th Convention Matlab Competition is going back – you are invited to participate, keep the deadlines! Updated competition rules are available here:

 

http://www.aes.org/students/awards/mpsc/

 

For this competition cycle, Mathworks provided special mentoring list for students interested in taking part in competition. Please sign up for the newsletter by sending the mail to gbunkhei@mathworks.com. AES MATLAB Plugin competition have separated page on MathWorks site, everyone interested in the competition updates and future webinars/tutorials should be updated with the information on the page:

https://www.mathworks.com/academia/student-competitions/aes-matlab.html

 

All previous submissions are available on MatlabCentral (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/) by searching for tag: “aescomp”. 

 

One of the competition rules is to upload short video presenting your project possibilities. Now it is a great opportunity for you to take a look at it before submitting to get the knowledge about Matlab possibilities in plugin creation. Please take a look on previous submissions videos on youtube:

 

1st place – Plate reverb –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lSVdCZhfrk

[Aalborg University, Denmark]

 

2nd place ee – Neural Reverberator – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gJ-e1SsPkE

[Clemson University, US]

 

2nd place ee – Binaural Piano – https://youtu.be/HUh6qq0oPyk

[RWTH Aachen, Germany]

 

3rd place – Escalator – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_vV2ysFgX4

[York University, UK]


 

 

More Information about competition


Posted: Tuesday, July 9, 2019

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Ian Corbett Visits Student Section in Gdansk

At the beginning of June, prof. Ian Corbett was invited to Gdansk by the AES Student Section from the Gdansk University of Technology. The event’s success was facilitated by the cooperation of the Multimedia Systems Department of the University, with special assistance from Prof. Bozena Kostek.
 
During his visit Ian Corbett conducted several lectures for students interested in audio and recording technology and he led a session of Recording Critiques. During his lectures, students were able to learn about the fundamentals of audio engineers’ work and got to know how to improve their mixing and recording skills. This lecture was inspired by Ian Corbett’s book Mic it!. Such events are a considered a good opportunity to teach students about the specifics of audio related jobs and inform them about the mission and initiatives undertaken by the Audio Engineering Society.
 
The Student Section of Gdańsk University of Technolog reports that they are very happy that their collaboration with such an incredible AES Member and Educator as Ian Corbett took place, hoping that it will encourage other Students Sections to hold similar events in the future.
 
 


Posted: Thursday, June 27, 2019

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