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AES 140 Meet the Sponsors! Sonnox

  Sonnox is a market-leading audio software company devoted to designing innovative, high quality audio processing plug-ins. The award-winning Oxford Plugins are used by professionals worldwide for mixing Music, Film, Television, Radio and Live Sound.
 
The Sonnox Oxford plug-in range includes invaluable tools such as EQ, reverb, dynamics processing, loudness maximization and de-essing. In addition to these mixing plug-ins, Sonnox offers award-winning restoration software - Sonnox Restore suite for the removal of noise, buzz, clicks and crackles; and a pair of plug-ins developed in partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for the real-time auditioning and encoding of audio to multiple formats, such as mp3 and AAC.
 
Sonnox plug-ins support most popular native DAWs including Pro Tools HDX and UAD-2 platforms.
 
Sonnox is giving away one of their Essential bundles and two Enhance bundles to winners of the Student Recording Competition! 

 

Sonnox website


Posted: Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Judges! Liz Teutsch

AES 140 Meet the Judges! Liz Teutsch

Hailing from the Midwestern United States, Liz Teutsch grew up in a home saturated with music, from her parents’ Beatles records to her multi-instrumentalist grandmother’s square-dance fiddling.  This early exposure led her through studies in violin, piano, cello, percussion, drum set, bass and guitar, and eventually led her to Berklee College of Music’s Boston campus where she majored in Music Production and Engineering.  Her studies in Boston led to a plethora of collaborative, creative ventures in music production, sound for visual media, and of course, teaching.

 Liz feels extremely fortunate that she is now able to fuse two of her passions – music and education – at Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain, where she has worked and taught since 2013.   In the classroom, Teutsch works to make music technology accessible to all, recognizing that these tools can also lead to unexpected creative breakthroughs.  “There are some facets of technology that all students – soon to be professionals – must understand.  However, these technology tools can also be used creatively, and it is our students’ explorations and experimentations with them that will continue to propel the music industry forward for many years to come.”

An Associate Professor and the Director of Academic Technology, Teutsch oversees the Berklee Valencia campus’s technology services and facilities, teaches courses in music production and technology, chairs the Music Technology Minor, and advises students in the Music Production, Technology and Innovation Master's Program.  Liz is an active member of the Audio Engineering Society, the faculty advisor of the Berklee Valencia AES Student Section, and is currently serving a 2-year post as the AES Vice President of the Southern Europe Region.  

Formerly the Director of Audio Production at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts, Liz was based in Boston for over 10 years where she worked as an educator, technician, and tracking and mix engineer for music and multimedia.  She is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Berklee College of Music.

 


Posted: Monday, May 2, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Sponsors! Routledge

 Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group. We are the leading publisher in media technology, providing engaging and practical content, and tools to help you excel in fields including Audio Engineering, Recording, Mixing, Mastering, Editing, MIDI, Music Business, Dance, DJing, and more. For further details visit www.routledge.com/audio.
 
We are offering an exclusive 30% discount on our range of audio books at the 140th International AES Convention in Paris. Make sure you visit our stand to view our new and bestselling books, sign up to our prize draw and win up to 100 Euros worth of free books, and meet our team!

 

Routledge website


Posted: Sunday, May 1, 2016

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Tomorrow is the Student Recording Competition Deadline

Tomorrow is the Student Recording Competition Deadline

The deadline to register for the Student Recording Competiton is tomorrow Sunday May 1st at the end of the day.  The competition is taking place at the 140th AES Convention in Paris France.

Attendants at the convention can submit to any one of the four following categories:

  • Category 1 – Traditional Acoustic Recording
  • Category 2 – Traditional Studio Recording
  • Category 3 – Modern Studio Recording & Electronic Music
  • Category 4 – Sound for Visual Media

  • To register for the competiton click here https://secure.aes.org/events/competitions/?ID=25 

 

For rules and more info click here www.aes.org/students/awards/recording/

 
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Posted: Saturday, April 30, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Sponsors! Mathew Lane

 Mathew Lane audiotools are innovative new solutions, created when no other hardware or software could be found suitable for the task.
 
The DrMS spatial processor is Mathew Lane's first product, already widely accepted by audio professionals as a unique plugin. It's being used by top producers and engineers on songs by well known artists such as Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay and many others. Legendary mix engineer Dave Pensado is a fan and has been showing the use of DrMS on several of his Pensado's Place Into The Lair videos.
 
DrMS is a unique spatial processor, available as AAX/RTAS/AU/VST plugin, with a wide range of applications for mixing, mastering and post production - going from simple MS (Mid-Side) encoding/decoding, over stereo field width and depth enhancement, to fixing mono compatibility issues and more.
 
You can find Mathew Lane and his DrMS plugin at:


Posted: Friday, April 29, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Judges! Robin Lobel

 Robin Lobel has been researching and developing innovative technologies for the broadcast and media industries for years as a freelancer, ranging from 3D to video to audio algorithm and software solutions.
He runs his own company Divide Frame and is the author of SpectraLayers, an advanced audio spectrum editor published by Sony.

Robin's website


Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Sponsors! Linear Audio

Leading audio magazine Linear Audio is sponsoring the Student Design Competition once again, and scouting the Student Design Exhibition floor for projects to include in future issues... 
 
 Linear Audio publishes technical articles about technology, developments and the state of the art in audio and perception from a technical perspective.
It is meant for anyone who is interested in technical audio developments or who wants to contribute. Being employed in audio engineering is not a requirement.

Linear Audio website


Posted: Wednesday, April 27, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Judges Daniel Shores

AES 140 Meet the Judges Daniel Shores

Daniel Shores is a three-time GRAMMY® Nominee (two for Best Surround Sound Album, one for Best Engineered Classical Album) and has recorded, mixed and mastered albums accounting for 17 GRAMMY® Nominations and 1 Latin GRAMMY® win. Shores served as the head of the Sono Luminus record label from 2006–2014 and continues to serve as the label’s head engineer. In addition to Sono Luminus, Shores has engineered albums for Bridge Records, Naxos, RCA Red Seal, Koch, Hannsler Classics, Delos, and the Steinway and Sons Record label, accounting for well over 140 albums.

In his time at Sono Luminus, he has engineered over 25 surround sound releases on Pure Audio Blu-Ray, making Sono Luminus  the first U.S. label to release albums in the format. In 2015 Daniel began working in immersive audio and now has 5 Blu-Ray releases which include an Auro-3D stream, again, the first for an American label.

In addition to his duties at Sono Luminus, Daniel has served as an adjunct professor in the Music Production Recording Technology department at Shenandoah University in Winchester,  Virginia since 2009. There he has taught location recording techniques in the remote recording practicum class as well as classes  on surround sound and recording systems. 

 


Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2016

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AES 140 Meet the Sponsors! DIY Recording Engineering

 Peterson Goodwyn began building his own audio gear in 2008 for one simple reason: he couldn’t afford to buy it. In 2011 he founded DIY Recording Equipment with the vision of making excellent audio equipment affordable and accessible to anyone who was willing to pick up a soldering iron. Since then, DIYRE has enabled thousands of musicians and engineers to build their own equipment, through hundreds of DIY tutorials, designs, and blog posts.

DIYRE website


Posted: Monday, April 25, 2016

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One week to go for the Student Recording Competition Deadline

One week to go for the Student Recording Competition Deadline

There is only one week left to register for the Student Recording Competiton, taking place at the 140th AES Convention in Paris France. The deadline is Sunday May 1st.

Attendants at the convention can submit to any one of the four following categories:

  • Category 1 – Traditional Acoustic Recording
  • Category 2 – Traditional Studio Recording
  • Category 3 – Modern Studio Recording & Electronic Music
  • Category 4 – Sound for Visual Media

To register for the competiton click here https://secure.aes.org/events/competitions/?ID=25 

For rules and more info click here www.aes.org/students/awards/recording/

 

Register for the competiton


Posted: Sunday, April 24, 2016

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