AES Student Blog

October 2012

AES 133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: HARMAN PROFESSIONAL

AES 133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: HARMAN PROFESSIONAL

There's still time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies! 


 

Harman Professional is the world’s largest professional audio company. Harman Professional companies include AKG Acoustics®, BSS Audio®, Crown International®, dbx Professional®, JBL Professional®, Lexicon Pro®, Soundcraft®, and Studer®. These companies design, manufacture and market leading professional audio products for recording and broadcast, musicians, cinema, touring sound, commercial sound and contracting applications.


Posted: Saturday, October 27, 2012

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AES 133 San Francisco | Student Booth

Welcome to San Francisco, AES Students!

Come visit us at the AES Student Booth, located at the main entrance to the convention!

 


Posted: Thursday, October 25, 2012

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AES 133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SONTRONICS

There's still time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

 

www.sontronics.com

 

 

Sontronics was launched in 2005 with a small range of professional-quality microphones at surprisingly affordable prices. Since then, Sontronics has expanded its product line to include studio condensers, valve mics, ribbon mics, drum mics, and handhelds (all designed in the UK), as well as mic stands, cables, popshields, and 100% European-made preamplifiers

 

Sontronics is devoted to designing innovative products capable of delivering outstanding results. Try a Sontronics microphone or preamp today. It may just change the way you hear things!

 


Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

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AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SCHOEPS

 

There's still time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!


www.schoeps.de

 

The SCHOEPS name enjoys great respect world-wide. It is associated with products that are impressive for their simple elegance and practicality, in addition to their excellent quality.
Without a doubt SCHOEPS is among the most innovative manufacturers of microphones, having always followed its own path in product development. 

Professional Condenser Microphones - Made in Germany.

 

 


Posted: Monday, October 22, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Rockin' Student Party

AES133 San Francisco | Rockin' Student Party

AES/SPARS Rockin' Student Party 

 


Audio Students! Rub elbows with industry mentors and mucky mucks at the AES Student Party to be held at Coast Recorders/Michael Romanowski Mastering.  This historic recording studio with the largest tracking room in San Francisco was designed and built by the legendary Bill Putnam over 40 years ago. Tickets must be purchased in advance, either at the first meeting of the Student Delegate Assembly or at the AES Student Chapters Booth located outside of the Exhibit Hall.  There's a limited number available so act fast and don't wait!  A special SPARS Legacy Award will be presented to Record Plant founder and industry stalwart Chris Stone.

 

Where: Coast Recorders/Michael Romanowski Mastering, 1340 Mission St., San Francisco

Saturday, October 27, 2012

 
9pm-11pm

 
Tickets $5


 

 


Posted: Monday, October 22, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SOLID STATE LOGIC

 There's still time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

 


www.solid-state-logic.com

 

Solid State Logic (SSL) is a manufacturer of high-end mixing consoles and recording studio hardware headquartered in Begbroke, Oxfordshire, UK.

From groundbreaking audio consoles to innovative video production systems, Solid State Logic has evolved to become the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for film, audio, video and broadcast professionals. SSL analogue and digital audio consoles are used in both pre- and post-production for film, audio, video and broadcast sound.

With more than 3000 SSL-equipped studios and facilities operational today, the excellence of SSL consoles is universally recognised for unrivalled sonic quality, superb ergonomics, outstanding automation and an international support infrastructure second to none.


Posted: Sunday, October 21, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: IZOTOPE

There's still time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

 


www.izotope.com

 

iZotope is a research-driven audio technology company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Its award-winning products and audio technologies are used by millions of people in over 50 countries, from consumers to musicians to major film, TV, and radio studios. Some of the diverse clients include musical giants like BT, Depeche Mode, and RZA of WuTang Clan; radio stations like Boston's iconic WGBH; and TV programming like CBS's Survivor, the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch, the World Cup broadcast, and the GRAMMY awards. Through an extensive licensing program, iZotope technology is also directly integrated into products made by industry-leaders such as Adobe, Avid, and Sony; video games from companies like Harmonix and Ubisoft; as well as a growing number of mobile phone applications.


Posted: Saturday, October 20, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: RICHARD KING

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: RICHARD KING

 Participants of the Student Recording Competition get their work reviewed and scored by one amazing group of well-known recording professionals, a.k.a. Judges. Here they are, one by one.

RICHARD KING

CAT4 - SOUND FOR VISUAL MEDIA


Richard King holds a bachelor of music from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia (1987), and a master of music with a major in sound recording from McGill University (1991). After 15 years with Sony Music Studios in New York and a successful independent recording business started in 2007, Grammy award-winning recording engineer Richard King has a new position as associate professor at the Schulich School of Music at McGill University in Montreal. He continues his freelance recording work, on a smaller scale, with Sony Classical, Decca, EMI, Nonesuch, and various film companies such as Fox Searchlight and Paramount. He is the audio consultant to the David H. Koch Theatre, which houses the New York City Ballet and City Opera. Richard is a frequent AES panelist, and he workshops with various university level recording programs on a regular basis.


Posted: Saturday, October 20, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: BLUE MICROPHONES

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that have pleged support for our new and improved Student Design Competition. Expect to see some awesome prize giveaways by these generous companies!


www.bluemic.com
 

Blue Microphones designs and creates a line of studio recording microphones that are separated into two series: the Bottle series and the Application series.

Blue Microphones also designs and creates professional-quality USB microphones, including the multi-pattern USB mic, the Yeti and Yeti Pro, the world’s first USB and XLR microphone combining 24 bit/192 kHz digital recording resolution—the highest digital resolution on the market—with analog XLR output.



Posted: Saturday, October 20, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Sponsors: TEXAS INSTRUMENTS

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that have pleged support for our new and improved Student Design Competition. Expect to see some awesome prize giveaways by these generous companies!


www.ti.com

 

Texas Instruments serves the world’s most innovative electronics companies, helping them develop new ideas that change the way we live. By providing semiconductor technologies that promote greater power efficiency, enable more features, enhance performance and deliver more value, TI expands the possibilities every day for how we learn, connect, grow and discover.

With the broadest range of innovative analog chips on the market and impressive line of digital devices, TI helps 90,000 customers tackle design challenges so they can create and deliver high-quality electronic products to their own customers. From analog-to-digital converters to industry-standard op-amps to state-of-the-art DSP chips, Texas Instruments provides audio designers with the tools they need to build the best equipment.


Posted: Friday, October 19, 2012

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AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Student Design Competition

AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Student Design Competition

Student Design Competition
Sunday, October 28, 9:00 am — 10:30 am (Room 132) at the 133rd AES Convention in San Fransico.

Come see some awesome hardware and software projects at the new and improved Student Design Competition!


The three Graduate-level and three undergraduate-level finalists of the AES Student Design Competition will present and defend their designs in front of a panel of expert judges. This is an opportunity for aspiring student hardware and software engineers to have their projects reviewed by the best minds in the business. It's also an invaluable career-building event and a great place for companies to identify their next employees.

 

Judges: John La Grou (Millennia Media), Dave Collins (Dave Collins Mastering), Bill Whitlock (Jensen Transformers), Sean Hill (Apple)

 

Watch the SDC promo here.


Posted: Friday, October 19, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: EARTHWORKS

There's still time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!



www.earthworksaudio.com


"Earthworks is a New Hampshire, USA based company that is dedicated to quality and sonic excellence. Each Earthworks product is made with great care, meticulous attention to detail and a strong emphasis on quality. We pride ourselves in making only the very best in professional audio equipment and it is all made right here in the USA."


Posted: Friday, October 19, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: JIM KAISER

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: JIM KAISER

Participants for the Student Recording Competition get their work reviewed and scored by one amazing group of well-known recording professionals, a.k.a. Judges. We've still got one more!

JIM KAISER

CAT3 - MODERN STUDIO RECORDING

 

Jim Kaiser is an Educator at the College of Entertainment and Music Business at the Belmont University. He also has vast experience in the recording and mastering fields, being the current Director of Technology at MasterMix studios in Nashville.


Jim serves the AES as Past President and has been a member since 1983!


Posted: Friday, October 19, 2012

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AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Student Recording Competition

 The Student Recording Competition

The SRC is a student event that is a highlight at each convention. A distinguished panel of judges participates in critiquing finalists of each category in an interactive presentation and discussion

Detailed schedule:

Part 1

Saturday, October 27, 5:30 pm — 6:30 pm (Room 133)

  • Sound for Visual Media 5:30 to 6:30

Judges: Lora Hirschberg, Shawn Murphy, Richard King

Part 2

Sunday, October 28, 3:30 pm — 6:30 pm (Room 133)

  • Traditional Acoustic Recording 3:30 to 4:30 

Judges: David Bowles, Martha de Francisco, Ulrike Schwarz

  • Traditional Multitrack Studio Recording 4:30 to 5:30

Judges: Jim Anderson, Brandie Lane, Glenn Lorbecki

  • Modern Multitrack Studio Recording 5:30 to 6:30

Judges: Mark Rubel, Stephen Webber, Jim Kaiser

The top three finalists in each category, as identified by our judges, present a short summary of their production intentions and the key recording and mix techniques used to realize their goals. They then play their projects for all who attend. Meritorious awards are determined here and will be presented at the closing Student Delegate Assembly Meeting (SDA-2) on Monday afternoon. The competition is a great chance to hear the work of your fellow students at other educational institutions. Everyone learns from the judges’ comments even if your project isn’t one of the finalists, and it's a great chance to meet other students and faculty.

Get the rules here: www.aes.org/students/awards/recording/reccomp_rules.cfm
Watch the SRC promo video here: 
www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUZfBypU8ls

See you in San Francisco!


Posted: Friday, October 19, 2012

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AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Student Delegate Assembly Meetings

AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Student Delegate Assembly Meetings

SDA-1
Friday, October 26, 2:00 pm — 3:30 pm (Room 132) at the 133rd AES Convention in San Fransico.

The first Student Delegate Assembly (SDA) meeting is the official opening of the Convention’s student program and a great opportunity to meet with fellow students from all corners of the world. Candidates for the next SDA Officer will be introduced, and the finalists for the Student Recording Competition and the Student Design Competition will be announced. All student Convention events will be discussed. Come introduce yourself and your AES student section!!

 

SDA-2
Monday, October 29, 2:00 pm — 3:30 pm (Room 132) at the 133rd AES Convention in San Fransico.

The official closing of the Convention’s student program. At this meeting the students will elect a new SDA Vice Chair. Each recognized AES student section in the North & Latin American Regions will cast one vote. Awards and prizes will be presented for the Recording Competition and Design Competition. Plans for future student activities at local, regional, and international levels will be summarized.


Posted: Thursday, October 18, 2012

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Education Forum at the 133rd AES Convention

Education Forum at the 133rd AES Convention

On Sunday, October 28, 1:30 pm — 3:30 pm (Room 130) at the 133rd AES Convention in San Fransico.  

Education Forum

"What Kinds of Studios Are Built for Education?"

What kinds of studios and facilities are built for education? Five noted educators from diverse programs will share the decision-making process that informs the construction of various college level facilities. How do curriculums and pedagogy prescribe construction and equipment choices? Or does this too-often work in reverse when existing space and budget limitations dictate how and what will be taught? Quick presentations will be followed by a moderated open discussion among educators, manufacturers, students, employers, and anyone with a stake in the next generation of audio professionals.

Moderator:

John Krivit

New England Institute of Art - Brookline, MA, USA; Emerson College - Bay State College

Panelists:

Bill Crabtree

Middle Tennessee State University - Murfreesboro, TN, USA

David Greenspan

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI, USA

David MacLaughlin

Parsons Audio - Estero Florida 

John Scanlon

Expression College for Digital Arts - Emeryville, CA, USA; IllGenetics - Castro Valley, CA, USA  

Terri Winston

Women's Audio Mission - San Francisco, CA, USA   


Posted: Thursday, October 18, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | SPARS Speed Mentoring Sessions

AES133 San Francisco | SPARS Speed Mentoring Sessions

 SPARS Speed Mentoring – Mentoring Answers for your Career

 

SPARS will once again be hosting speed mentoring sessions at the 133rd AES Convention. The Ask SPARS mentoring sessions will take place on Saturday, October 27th from 3:30pm to 5:30pm in room SC4. These mentoring sessions will feature recognized industry professionals in the fields of GamingLive Sound/Live RecordingManufacturingMasteringSound for Picture and Studio Production. The mentors will meet with participants face to face in small groups to offer advice, share experience and answer questions about the industry and careers. 

The Ask SPARS sessions are made possible with the support of AES, the Game Audio Network Guild (GANG)Manhattan Producers Association (Manhat Pro) and the Women’s Audio Mission (WAM), as well as the cooperation of our talented line up of mentors.

Visit http://spars.com for more info.


Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Education and Career Fair

AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Education and Career Fair

 The combined AES133 Education and Career Fair will take place on Saturday, October 27 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm in the Foyer of the Moscone Center, San Francisco.

This joint event will match job seekers with companies and prospective students with numerous schools and education programmes. 

 Companies are invited to participate in our Education and Career Fair, free of charge. This is the perfect chance to identify your ideal new hires! 
All attendees of the convention, students and professionals alike, are welcome to come visit with representatives from participating companies to find out more about job and internship opportunities in the audio industry. Bring your resume! 

 Academic Institutions offering studies in audio (from short courses to graduate degrees) will be represented in a "table top" session. Information on each school's respective programs will be made available through displays and academic guidance. There is no charge for schools/institutions to participate.

Admission is free and open to all convention attendees.

 


Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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AES 133 Student Design Exhibition: Show Off Your Technical Project!

AES 133 Student Design Exhibition: Show Off Your Technical Project!

 

Attention all circuit designers, software engineers, and electronics hobbyists!

 

 

The AES 133 Student Design Exhibition is
now open to all student projects!!

   

The tabletop session is scheduled for 10:30am-12:00pm on Sunday, 10/28 at the Moscone Center. If you've designed a piece of audio hardware or software, this is your chance to show it off to the best in the business.

 

To reserve your spot, email Colin Pfund at colin@aes-sda.org.

Don't wait. Sign up TODAY!


Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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Student Recording Critiques at the 133rd AES Convention

Student Recording Critiques at the 133rd AES Convention

Moderator: Ian Corbett, KansasCity Kansas Community College - Kansas City, KS, USA

Students! Bring in your stereo or surround projects to these non-competitive listening sessions and a panel will give you valuable feedback and comments on your work! Students should sign-up for time slots at the first SDA meeting, on a first come, first served basis. Bring your stereo or surround work on CD, DVD, memory-stick, or hard disc, as clearly-labeled 44.1 KHz WAVE or AIFF files.

Finalists in the Recording Competition are excluded from participating in this event to allow the many non-finalists an opportunity for feedback on their hard work. The Student Recording Critiques are generously sponsored by PMC. 


Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Sponsors: Cycling '74

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our beloved Student Design Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

 

cycling74.com

Cycling '74 creates software for the specialized needs of artists, educators, and researchers working with audio, visual media, and physical computing. Our visual programming tools Max, MSP, Jitter, and Gen serve as the creative engine behind thousands of innovative projects. The company was formed in 1997 by David Zicarelli and has approximately 29 employees and consultants worldwide.

Max gives you the parts to create unique sounds, stunning visuals, and engaging interactive media. The visual approach of Max empowers students in the arts to harness the power of computer programming without being intimidated by lines of code. Those with a background in other programming languages will find native support for JavaScript, Java, and C. Learn more here.


Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: TELEFUNKEN

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

www.telefunken-elektroakustik.com/

 

TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik™ strives for absolute perfection. By offering historic recreations of classic microphones alongside their own proprietary designs based around the distinctive tube mic sound, TELEFUNKEN has established a product line that perfectly blends vintage style and sound with the reliability of a modern-day microphone. Their commitment to both the sonic excellence and quality of all of their products is rivaled only by their dedication to provide the BEST possible service to each and every one of their customers.

TELEFUNKEN's R-F-T Series of tube microphones are affordable solutions that deliver amazing tone and ultimate application flexibility at a price anyone who is serious about recording can afford. The M Series dynamic microphones are also an amazing value and offer an articulate, detailed sound with minimal proximity effect in a rugged, roadworthy design.


Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: MERGING TECHNOLOGIES

 It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!


http://www.merging.com

Switzerland’s Merging Technologies is the manufacturer of hardware and software systems for audio and video production professionals, including the high-resolution multichannel Pyramix digital audio workstation, VCube non-linear HD video playback system, the Ramses MSC audio control surface and Ovation a Media Server and Sequencer. Merging’s products are used where reliability and the highest possible quality are of paramount concern. Merging’s clients include some of the finest recording studios, broadcast facilities, post-production houses and film dubbing suites in the world.


Posted: Sunday, October 14, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: AURALEX ACOUSTICS

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

 

http://www.auralex.com

 

Auralex Acoustics is the industry leader in acoustical treatment products, including acoustical absorbers, diffusors, sound barriers, construction materials, isolation platforms and complete room treatment systems. Let the experts at Auralex help you achieve world-class acoustics in any room.  

"Having been in the acoustics, sound reinforcement, broadcast and recording fields ourselves for so many years, we have a good feel for what's needed, what really works "and what's fluff." Over the years, we've fine-tuned our line and now have in place solid products to solve virtually every acoustical problem - regardless of room size, shape or function. Auralex doesn't make "me too" products, so if a product's in our line, you can rest assured that it's the best it can be at solving a particular problem. You can trust Auralex for solutions that absolutely work - even better than some competing products that can cost many times our prices." Eric Smith, Founder & President, Auralex Acoustics Inc.

 


Posted: Sunday, October 14, 2012

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Sound on Sound's Project Studio Expo at the 133rd AES

Sound on Sound's Project Studio Expo at the 133rd AES

A unique opportunity to learn best practice from the pros at the 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco: Sound on Sound presents the Project Studio Expo with two days of non-stop seminars and workshops! Entrance is free - you just need to register in advance.

For all details go to www.aes.org/ProjectStudioExpo. 

 


Posted: Friday, October 12, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: JONATHAN WYNER

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: JONATHAN WYNER

Participants for the Student Recording Competition get their work reviewed and scored by one amazing group of well-known recording professionals, a.k.a. Judges. Here they are, one by one.

 

JONATHAN WYNER

CAT3 - MODERN STUDIO RECORDING


Chief Mastering Engineer and Company President at M Works Studios, Jonathan has mastered more than 5000 CD's during the last 27 years spanning every musical idiom (and some non-musical idioms as well!).  A Recording Engineer since the late 1970’s, Jonathan began his career as a Mastering Engineer in 1985 as the compact disc was becoming a reality and established M Works Mastering in Cambridge, MA in 1991.  His credits range from the extremely well known (James Taylor, David Bowie, Aerosmith, Kiri Te Kanawa), to the more idiosyncratic and independent artists/labels (Aimee Mann, Tiny Tim, Rahsaan Roland Kirk). Jonathan prides himself in the fact that he is among the elite group of mastering engineers to have run a marathon in under 3 hours repeatedly.


Posted: Friday, October 12, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | PMC ROOM + RECORDING CRITIQUES

AES133 San Francisco | PMC ROOM + RECORDING CRITIQUES

Hey Students!

Among the seemingly countless student activities at the 133rd Audio Engineering Society Convention, we're particularly pleased to announce the return of the PMC Masters of Audio Demo Room, featuring once again Student Recording Critiques!

Join PMC for demonstrations and in-depth discussion of the latest advancements in analog modeling plug-ins and its sonic performances. Learn how to dig deep into some of the most popular and sonically rich analog modeling plug-ins available today. We invite all students, young and old, to come take part in this wonderful opportunity.

Presentations will include Charles Deenen who will give a demonstration on sound design for trailers & games, Ross Hogarth who will discuss some of his favorite mixing tools, Tony Maserati and his team from Outfit 27 who will hold three different talks on session preparation, premix, additional production and mix-down, Jack Vad who will be sharing some of the latest high resolution recordings, Erik Zobler who will be showcasing some of his latest projects, Maor Appelbaum who will share his thoughts of mastering, Jochen Veith who will share his insights into acoustics through a case study on Wisseloord Studios and SRC Judge Jim Anderson who will be sharing with us the 5.1 remix of Patricia Barbers "Modern Cool".

 

RECORDING CRITIQUES

Don't forget to bring in your stereo or surround projects for these non-competitive listening sessions and the panel will be pleased to give you valuable feedback and comments on your work. Signups for time slots will begin at the SDA I meeting on a first come, first served basis. Bring your stereo or surround work on CD, DVD, memory-stick, or hard disc, as clearly-labeled 44.1KHz WAVE or AIFF files. Finalists in the Recording Competition are excluded from participating in this event to allow the many non-finalists an opportunity for feedback on their hard work.

As always, we thank PMC for their generous support of the Audio Engineering Society and audio education and hope to see you all at the PMC Room in San Francisco.

FULL SCHEDULE HERE!


Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Sponsors: THAT Corp

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that have pleged support for our new and improved Student Design Competition. Expect to see some awesome prize giveaways by these generous companies!

 

www.thatcorp.com

 

THAT Corporation’s mission is to provide best-in-class technology solutions to design engineers in the form of analog integrated circuits or as licensed TV-audio intellectual property. They accomplish this through a combination of careful, innovative designs, quality-conscious manufacturing and superior customer service.

The company was founded in April of 1989 by senior managers and engineers from dbx, Inc., the world-renowned audio engineering company whose developments included the first high-performance integrated VCA, Emmy-award winning BTSC dbx-TV Noise Reduction technology, and the first integrated 20-bit analog-to-digital converter.

THAT Corp. is best known for its line of integrated circuit voltage controlled amplifiers (VCAs) used throughout the professional audio industry. THAT Corp. is concentrating its current design efforts specifically on analog audio input and output ICs to complement their VCAs, RMS detectors, and Analog Engine single-chip dynamics processors.


Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Sponsors: LeCroy

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that have pleged support for our new and improved Student Design Competition. Expect to see some awesome prize giveaways by these generous companies!

teledynelecroy.com

 

Teledyne LeCroy is a leading provider of oscilloscopes, protocol analyzers and related test and measurement solutions that enable companies across a wide range of industries to design and test electronic devices of all types. Since 1964, LeCroy has focused on creating products that improve productivity by helping engineers resolve design issues faster and more effectively.

LeCroy's oscilloscopes offer a powerful combination of large and informative displays combined with advanced waveshape analysis capabilities tailored to enhance the productivity of engineers in specific applications areas. LeCroy's logic analyzers and waveform generators are other great tools that can help circuit designers build the best audio equipment.


Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Sponsors: Digi-Key

It's time for us to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our beloved Student Design Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists. Expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies!

 

www.digikey.com/

 

 

Today, Digi-Key is one of the fastest growing distributors of electronic components in the world. They continue to operate on the premise of providing our customers – you – with superior service, focusing on the key areas of product selection, product availability, on-time delivery, and responsiveness.

Digi-Key is an authorized distributor for more than 440 of the world's most trusted brands. They serve a broad range of customers from nearly every area of industry and commerce, including the automotive, communications, energy/renewable energy, industrial, medical equipment, transportation, military/aerospace, and research and development industries.

Whether you are looking for semiconductors, electromechanical parts, interconnects, passives, test and measurement products, sensors, lighting solutions, or the latest in wireless components, Digi-Key's aim is to have the products you need when you need them.


Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: HAL LEONARD

 It's time for us to tell you all about some of the awesome sponsors that are supporting the Student Recording Competition at the 133rd Convention.They are rewarding the finalists by giving away excellent prizes. Send in your work, compete and expect to see some awesome giveaways by these generous companies! 

So here are some of them - not all - the mighty sponsors, and in no particular order.

 

 

H A L   L E O N A R D

http://www.halleonard.com

 

Founded in 1947, Hal Leonard Corporation is the largest songbook publisher in the world. Nowadays also the source for essential, authoritative books for musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers, and other music business professionals. In 2008 their instructional titles were consolidated under the Music Pro Guides name. Whether you make your living in the music business, hope to one day, or just love creating music, Hal Leonard and Music Pro Guides' cutting-edge books, DVDs, and other products give you all the information you need.


Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SLATE DIGITAL

 Again it's time to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our beloved Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists (like you could be). We can't tell you exactly what they're going to get but we promise it's going to be great and possibly very handy in the studio...!

So here are some of them - not all - the mighty sponsors, and in no particular order. 

 

SLATE DIGITAL

http://www.slatedigital.com


Slate Digital provides digital software and hardware solutions to the entertainment industry. In business since 2008, they strive to produce innovative products of exceptional quality. Virtual Tape Machine, FG-X Virtual Mastering Processor and Trigger Advanced Drum Replacer are just some of the great products Slate Digital offers to the customers around the world, bringing revolution in to the field of digital audio.


Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SWEETWATER

Again it's time to tell you all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our beloved Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists (like you could be). We can't tell you exactly what they're going to get but we promise it's going to be great and possibly very handy in the studio...!

So here are some of them - not all - the mighty sponsors, and in no particular order.
 

 

Sweetwater

www.sweetwater.com


Sweetwater is the world's leading music technology and instrument retailer, offering highly knowledgeable Sales Engineers, in-house Technical Support and Service Departments, huge selection, amazing prices, and free shipping.

Sweewater values its customers. Offering expert advise, guidance, and support, Sweetwater will do whatever it takes to ensure that you purchase the best product for your needs and that you get the most out of it.

Experience the Sweetwater difference.


Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SENNHEISER

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: SENNHEISER

Once more it's time for you to know about all about some of the wonderful sponsors that we have this time around to support our beloved Student Recording Competition and give away a few prizes for the lucky finalists (like you could be). We can't tell you exactly what they're going to get but we promise it's going to be great and possibly very handy in the studio...!

So here are some of them - not all - the mighty sponsors, and in no particular order.


SENNHEISER
www.sennheiserusa.com


Sennheiser Electronic Corp. (SEC) is an Oscar, Emmy, and Grammy award-winning manufacturer of high-quality headphones, microphones, infrared translation systems, RF wireless microphone systems, boomsets, and active noise-cancelling headsets.
Industries served by Sennheiser include consumer electronics, music industry, professional broadcast and theater, installed sound, audiology, and aviation. With headquarters in Old Lyme, Connecticut, SEC also distributes a distinguished list of audio brands, including Neumann microphones, Klein + Hummel speaker systems, Turbosound loudspeakers, TRUE Systems microphone preamplifiers, HHB professional audio products, and Australian Monitor installation systems.


Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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