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As of today registrations for the Student Recording Competition are closed. The Student Delegate Assembly thanks everyone who submitted their work. With the numerous entries we received are set to have a great competition in Los Angeles.
That all said, we're not done just yet. Students are still able to register for our Student Design Competition until September 26th (upload deadline: October 1st).
The Student Design Competition gives students the opportunity to show off their software and hardware design projects to fellowa panel of judges consisting of renowned industry professionals during an exhibition, get feedback, and win awards and great prizes.
What you need to do:
For more information, visit the Student Design Competition page!
The Student Delegate Assembly is looking forward to your submissions!
Posted: Friday, September 12, 2014
Meet Ulrike Schwarz, one of our honorable judges for Category 1: Traditional Acoustic Recording.
Ulrike Schwarz is a sound engineer of acoustic music in the radio, television and recording industries for internationally recognized productions. Her recordings have received multiple German and international awards and nominations and have received two Echo Klassik Awards, Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenindustrie, Ars Acoustica, Diapason d’Or and many others. In August 2014, the Echo Klassik for Ensemble of the Year was awarded to her recording of Alfred Schnittke’s “Konzert für Chor“, performed by the Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks (BR)(BR Choir).
Ulrike received her Tonmeister degree from the Hochschule der Künste Berlin (University of Fine Arts Berlin) and studied under Jim Anderson in New York City and Akira Fukada in Tokyo. Currently she is in the process of defending her masters thesis for her Masters of Business Administration from Technische Universität München (Technical University Munich). Since 2001 she has been employed by BR in Munich, Germany, as a senior sound engineer for large orchestral and jazz productions.
From 1999 to 2000 she was Chair of the Student Delegate Assembly Europe and International Regions of the Audio Engineering Society and has been on the committee of the 106th, 111th, 112th, 116th, 118th, and 126th AES Conventions and also served as AES Governor from 2004-2006.
Posted: Thursday, September 11, 2014
Meet David Bowles, one of our honorable judges of the Student Recording Competition at AES137 in Los Angeles.
David Bowles, also known as "Golden Ears", is a classical and acoustic music recording engineer and producer. He has recorded all styles of music ranging from today's composers all the way back to the Medieval age. His recordings have won awards and acclamation for their vivid sound and committed performances.
Also known for high resolution recordings in surround+height, he has taught at the New York University Tonmeister programme for several years and participated in AES panels on immersive sound technology and application.
Other institutions Mr. Bowles has taught at include Indiana University, Peabody Conservatory and the Banff Centre. He is a member of the AES, SPARS and the NARAS Producers and Engineers Wing.
Posted: Wednesday, September 10, 2014