AES Student Blog

September 2012

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: FOCAL PRESS

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.


Focal Press

www.focalpress.com

 


Focal Press has been a leading publisher of Media Technology books for 70 years. They provide essential resources for professionals and students in many areas including: film and digital video production, photography, digital imaging, graphics, animation and new media, broadcast and media distribution technologies, music recording and production, mass communications, and theatre technology.

Focal Press delivers to you the techniques that have proved successful for professionals, and inspire you to go further with your craft. Their books demystify ever-changing technologies and help you gain success.

Focal Press - learn, master, create.

 

 

UPDATE: Focal Press will also be sponsoring our new and improved Student Design Competition! Thank you, Focal Press!!


Posted: Sunday, September 30, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors:QUIZTONES/AUDIOFILE ENGINEERING

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors:QUIZTONES/AUDIOFILE ENGINEERING

 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! 

 

 

  QUIZTONES 
AUDIOFILE ENGINEERING
www.audiofile-engineering.com

 

Combining powerful, elegant and uncluttered audio utilities with unparalleled technical support, Audiofile Engineering is one of the most innovative and experienced audio software developers for Mac OS X and the iPhone. Quiztones is a frequency ear trainer for amateur and professional audio engineers, producers, and musicians. See more at www.audiofile-engineering.com


Posted: Saturday, September 29, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Sponsors: XMOS

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!

 

 

XMOS

 www.xmos.com

 

 

XMOS is establishing a new semiconductor category that transforms the way in which electronic products are designed by bringing together the flexibility of FPGAs, ease of designing with processors and low price points for volume deployments

For companies developing a wide variety of applications, including audio, connectivity, communications, multimedia and industrial products, the XMOS solution delivers uniquely short development cycles, elimination of risk, agile development, and energy-efficient processors.

 

 

 


Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: D16

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Sponsors: D16

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 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.


D16
GROUP AUDIO SOFTWARE

www.d16.pl



D16 Group Audio Software is a Polish software company founded in 2004 who operates mainly in the music software. D16 is famous for creating some of the best known emulations for synthesizers such as the Roland TB-303, TR-808, TR-909 as well as other effects processors (multiband distortions, decimators, phasers), all in the form of VST x64 plug-ins.


Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition - last days to enter!

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition - last days to enter!

The Student Recording Competition has been open for the last few weeks and entries from all over the world have started to come in - but there's still time for you to join in!! We might even give it a few extra days so if you thought you'd better not enter because you might not make it before the deadline, this is your chance to do the right thing and register.

In case you haven't noticed, all of the mighty Judges have already been introduced here in the AES SDA blog, so go and find for yourself who are the stars that are going to be looking at your work. All of the awesome sponsors have been lined up and we will let you know all about it next week, when we introduce one by one in the blog aswell. We have some other surprizes up our sleeves too.

So remember, sign up for the Competition here
https://secure.aes.org/events/133/studentCompetition.cfm

Get the rules here: www.aes.org/students/awards/recording/reccomp_rules.cfm

Watch our brand-new SRC promo video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUZfBypU8ls

If you're feeling uninspired about your written documentation, here are some guidelines
www.aes.org/students/blog/2012/9/more-documentation-examples-teresa-kunz
www.aes.org/students/blog/2012/8/aes133-san-francisco-student-recording2
www.aes.org/students/blog/2012/8/aes133-san-francisco-student-recording


In case of doubt or just about in any situation, feel free to drop us a line here: signup@aes-sda.org

See you in San Francisco.
The Student Delegate Assembly Team


Posted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012

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AES 133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Judges: W.C. 'HUTCH' HUTCHISON

AES 133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Judges: W.C. 'HUTCH' HUTCHISON

Want to have your hardware or software design critiqued by Hutch, masterbrain at Manley Labs and Rupert Neve Designs? Submit your Design Competition entry by Oct. 1st!



W.C. "Hutch" Hutchison


Hutchison has worked in the music industry for 40 years, gaining experience in musical instrument repairs and modifications, front-of-house mixing for touring stadium acts, record production and engineering, and instruction. Hutch has worked with Electric Lady, Unique, and Soundworks Studios. He has consulted with SSL and Focusrite and designed equipment for Manley Laboratories and Rupert Neve Designs.


Posted: Friday, September 21, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: STEPHEN WEBBER

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: STEPHEN WEBBER

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.

 

STEPHEN WEBBER

CAT3 - MODERN STUDIO RECORDING


Stephan Webber is an american record producer, engineer, session player, music director, studio designer, recording artist, and DJ, as well as an Emmy Award–winning composer. He is the author of Turntable Technique: The Art of the DJ, the first book to teach the turntable as a musical instrument, and has had appearances on NBC’s Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, NPR’s All Things Considered, CNN Live, and The Mitch Albom Show. Stephan has written articles for the Mix, Remix, Electronic Musician, Audio Media, and Pro Sound News magazines, and also holds experience in installing studios in L.A., Nashville, Boston, and Hawaii.


Posted: Friday, September 21, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: SHAWN MURPHY

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: SHAWN MURPHY

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. 

 

SHAWN MURPHY

CAT4 - SOUND FOR VISUAL MEDIA

Shawn Murphy is an American sound engineer who has won an Academy Award for Best Sound and has been nominated for another two in the same category. He has worked on over 330 films since 1983. In 1993 he was given de Academy Award for his work in the movie Jurassic Park. Shawn was also nominated for Best Sound in 1989 for the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and in 1999 for the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace movie.


Posted: Friday, September 21, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition!!

Student Recording Competition Deadline is October 1st! Watch our promo video to learn about this awesome opportunity!

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Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012

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AES 133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Judges: BILL WHITLOCK

Want to have your hardware or software design critiqued by Bill Whitlock, President of Jensen Transformers? Submit your Design Competition entry by Oct. 1st!

 

Bill Whitlock

Bill Whitlock has been president and chief engineer of Jensen Transformers since 1989. His prior analog circuitdesign jobs include Capitol Records-EMI, laser light show producer Laserium, and console-maker Quad-Eight. He's presented numerous papers, tutorial seminars, and master classes at AES conventions and local sections, SynAudCon workshops, and universities, including MIT in 2007. His writings include three chapters in Glen Ballou's Handbook for Sound Engineers, training manuals for NSCA, InfoComm and CEDIA, and numerous trade magazine articles. He holds four patents, including the InGeniusR balanced line receiver IC. He's a Life Fellow of the AES and a Life Senior Member of the IEEE.


Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: LORA HIRSCHBERG

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: LORA HIRSCHBERG

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.

LORA HIRSCHBERG

CAT 4 - SOUND FOR VISUAL MEDIA

Lora Hirschberg is mixer and sound designer at Skywalker Sound in Marin County, California. She has won an Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing for movie Inception as well as BAFTA Award for Best Film Sound for the same movie. She was nominated for Outstanding Sound Mixing of miniseries Hemingway&Gellhorn and Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing for The Dark Knight.

Her numerous credits include many great movies like Ice Age, The Avengers, The Horse Whisperer, Titanic, Rio, and many more. 


Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: MARK RUBEL

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: MARK RUBEL

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.

MARK RUBEL

CAT3 - MODERN STUDIO RECORDING

 

Mark Rubel will be judging entries in the Non-traditional Multi-track Recording category.

Since 1980, has has made about 1,000 recordings at his Pogo Studio in the center of The Center of the Universe (Champaign IL), where he has recorded Hum, Alison Krauss, Rascal Flatts, Adrian Belew, Melanie, Luther Allison, Henry Butler and many others, including work for RCA, Capitol, Warner, Jive/Zomba, etc.


Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012

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AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Education and Career Fair

AES 133 Convention San Francisco | Education and Career Fair

Looking for the brightest minds in the audio world? Best students and young professionals? No place will have more of them assembled than the 133rd Convention of the Audio Engineering Society to be held October 26-29, 2012 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.

The Career Fair will feature several companies from the exhibit floor. All attendees of the Convention, students and professionals alike, are welcome to come talk with representatives from the companies and find out more about job and internship opportunities in the audio industry.

One of the main reasons to attend AES conventions is the opportunity to make important connections with your fellow educators from around the world. Institutions offering studies in audio (from short courses to graduate degrees) will be represented in a "table top" session at the Education Fair. 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.

The combined Career and Education Fair will take place on Saturday October 27 from 12.30 am to 02:00 pm. Check the main AES 133 Convention page for an up-to-date location!

 

Click here to sign up your institution for the Career Fair.

Click here to sign up your institution for the Education Fair.



Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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AES 133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Judges: DAVE COLLINS

Meet long-time mastering engineer and audio design consultant Dave Collins, who will be judging submissions for the Student Design Competition. Another great reason to enter!

 

Dave Collins

 

Dave Collins has been a mastering engineer for more than 20 years.  In 1989 he joined A&M Recording Studios in Hollywood California where he became chief engineer of the mastering department. In 2004, Dave opened his own studio, Dave Collins Mastering Inc, and has since worked on albums by Black Sabbath, Madonna, Linkin Park, Bruce Springsteen, and more.

A long-time lover of music and Hi-Fi, Collins has also been involved with the design, modification, and manufacture of professional audio products as well as serving as a consultant to industry.

Collins is married to EveAnna Manley of Manley Laboratories.  They reside in Altadena California with their two dogs in a 100 year old craftsman house that will someday be fully restored. Someday.

 

 


Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: GLENN LORBECKI

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: GLENN LORBECKI

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.

 

GLENN LORBECKI

CAT2 - TRADITIONAL STUDIO RECORDING

Recently numbered among the top 50 most influential forces in Seattle music by Seattle Sound Magazine, producer/engineer/musician and business owner Glenn Lorbecki began his recording career in the Midwest working with such diverse artists as the Violent Femmes, John Mellencamp, Stanley Clarke and the Rolling Stones. He went on to Platinum and Grammy® nominated projects, recording with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie and Kenny G, as well as screen projects like the Emmy-winning Northern Exposure, Cliffhanger, and HBO’s Golden Globe-winning John Adams.

Glenn owns a recording/video post-production and new media company, Glenn Sound Inc., whose collaborations with MTV, Clear Channel, CBS, PBS, ABC, etc. have yielded numerous features, live-in-the-studio recordings, film scores, and game soundtracks. Among the artists Glenn Sound has hosted are Tori Amos, the White Stripes, Garbage, Dave Matthews, Bad Religion, Regina Spektor, Green Day, Weezer and Coldplay. Lorbecki’s work can also be seen/heard on exhibit at the Grammy® Museum in Los Angeles.

Glenn Lorbecki is a volunteer leader with the Recording Academy (GRAMMY Awards®), currently serving as national Secretary/Treasurer of the board of Trustees, and has presented the Technical Grammy award during the Special Merit Award ceremonies on numerous occasions.  


Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: ULRIKE SCHWARZ

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: ULRIKE SCHWARZ

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.


ULRIKE SCHWARZ

CAT 1 - TRADITIONAL ACOUSTIC RECORDING


Ulrike Schwarz is Diplom-Tonmeisterin and recording engineer specialising in classical music and jazz.  She graduated from the University of Arts in Berlin. Furthermore, Ulrike studied multichannel recording formats from 5.10 to 22.2 with Akira Fukada and Kimio Hamaskaki in NHK and NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories in Tokyo.

As an AES Member, Ulrike Schwarz is a frequent lecturer at AES events. Her last appearance was in 2010 during the AES Conference on Spatial Sound (Tokyo, Japan) with a presentation of „Paradies und die Peri“ performed by BRSO and Simon Rattle in 9.0, 3-D sound. She has been an AES Governor 2004-2006."


Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: BRANDIE LANE

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: BRANDIE LANE

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.

 

BRANDIE LANE

 

CAT 2 - TRADITIONAL STUDIO RECORDING

Brandie is currently serving as an United States Army staff sergeant and audio engineer with the West Point Band, located at the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY.  Prior to joining the United States Army, Brandie held the position of head audio engineer at GRAMMY winning Sono Luminus, an independent classical label in northern Virginia, which boasts a catalog of over 90 artists and 400 titles.  In her free time, Brandie serves as an adjunct faculty member at New York University's Steinhardt School and as a freelance audio engineer and  consultant in the Hudson Valley area.

Her accolades include a 2010 GRAMMY Award for “Best Engineered Album, Classical”, engineering credits on 2010 and 2008 GRAMMY nominated albums, a 2005 Downbeat Award for “Best Engineering for a Live Recording” and an “Award of Excellence” from the 2007 Audio Engineering Society High Resolution Recording Competition.

Her professional affiliations include membership with the Audio Engineering Society and voting membership with The Recording Academy (Producers and Engineers Wing).


Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: MARTHA DE FRANCISCO

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: MARTHA DE FRANCISCO

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.

MARTHA

DE FRANCISCO

CAT1 - TRADITIONAL ACOUSTIC RECORDING

 

Martha de Francisco is a record producer and recording engineer who specializes in classical music. She is a professor for Sound Recording at McGill University in Montreal.

An internationally acknowledged leader in the field of sound recording and record production, de Francisco has recorded with some of the greatest classical musicians of our time for the most prestigious record labels and in the best concert halls. She has credits on over 300 recordings, mostly for worldwide release.

De Francisco has been entrusted with the recording legacy of world-class soloists and orchestras from Alfred Brendel to the Philadelphia Orchestra. She has worked with such artists as Jessye Norman, Claudio Arrau, Simon Rattle, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, John Eliot Gardiner, the English Baroque Soloists, the Monteverdi Choir, Neville Marriner and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Kent Nagano and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. She has recorded in a variety of venues throughout the world, including the Musikverein in Vienna, Carnegie Hall in New York, the Moscow Conservatoire, Bayreuth Festspielhaus, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, and the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.

De Francisco is a frequent lecturer at international professional conferences as well as a guest lecturer at leading schools for higher education in Audio in locations as varied as Banff, Moscow, Düsseldorf, Bogotá, and New York. 


Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: DAVID BOWLES

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: DAVID BOWLES

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.

 

DAVID BOWLES

CAT 1 - TRADITIONAL ACOUSTIC RECORDING

 

David Bowles’ recordings have been GRAMMY-nominated (Classical - Best Orchestral Performance) and won the “Classical Orchestral Album” prize from Just Plain Folks Awards. Other Bowles-produced and engineered releases have been named “Record of the Month - Editor's Choice” from Gramophone Magazine and Opera News; also “Record of the Year” from the New York Times, the New Yorker, Miami Clásica and Classical Candour. He has worked with Nicolas McGegan/Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg/New Century Chamber Orchestra, Chanticleer, flutist Carol Wincenc, and composers Yehudi Wyner, William Bolcom and Jake Heggie.

Mr. Bowles is a member of the AES (Audio Engineering Society): he was on the Board of Governors and served on convention committees between 2008 and 2012. He alternated between chair and co-chair of the San Francisco section of the AES between 2005 and 2010. He is also a voting member of NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences) and SPARS (Society of Professional Audio Recording Services).

As an educator, Mr. Bowles has been Visiting Professor of Recording Arts at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. He has been guest lecturer at New York University’s Tonmeister Seminar (Steinhardt School of Music), at the Banff Centre and at The Peabody Institute.

 


Posted: Monday, September 17, 2012

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AES 133 San Francisco | Student Design Competition Judges: JOHN LA GROU

Student Design Competition Judge John La Grou knows it all. From analog preamplifiers to power electronics to digital 1s and 0s, this man knows his stuff. Submit your project and have it critiqued by an exceptional engineer!

 

John La Grou

John La Grou is an inventor, audio designer, entrepreneur, and community activist. While best known in the audio industry for his company Millennia Media, a leading manufacturer of high performance audio equipment, John has also worked to advance technology in the fields of consumer computing and smart power. He is founder of the POW-r Consortium, the world's leading digital audio bit-length reduction algorithms, and holds patents for SafePlug, a series of microprocessor-driven power outlet systems that allow for smart monitoring management. La Grou gives back to his community through his service on a number of corporate, university, and philanthropic boards, and is a life member of the AES, IEEE, and National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.


Posted: Monday, September 17, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition Judges: JIM ANDERSON

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.


PROF. JIM ANDERSON

CAT 2 - TRADITIONAL STUDIO RECORDING


President of the AES, 2008-2009, Jim is an internationally recognized recording engineer and producer of acoustic music. He is the recipient of numerous awards and nominations. His recordings have received nine Grammy awards and 25 Grammy nominations; radio productions have received two George Foster Peabody Awards and there have been two Emmy nominations for television programs. He is also a professor in the Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at NYU and was the Chair of the department for four years.


Posted: Monday, September 17, 2012

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Student Design Competition Deadline October 1st!

The deadline for the Student Design Competition is quickly approaching! Don't miss this great opportunity to get noticed by the best in the business!

View to complete rules here to learn how to enter.

133 SDC


Posted: Friday, September 14, 2012

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AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition NOW OPEN!

AES133 San Francisco | Student Recording Competition NOW OPEN!

One of our main educational events at any AES show is the Student Recording Competition, where students present their current work as future professional engineers of music and sound design.

We’ve heard former participants and attendees’ comments and have tweaked the rules and guidelines a bit. Find the current policies here.

As usual there is a tremendous group of Judges for each category.  Even if you're not a participating finalist, you'll still want to hear what they have to say. The full line up which includes some of the best ears in the industry will be unveiled soon.  Sponsors are lining up to award some really awesome prizes for the winners.

Feeling unsure about how to prepare written documentation about your recording? We have uploaded into our AES SDA blog some mind-bending material from past SRC winners just to give you an impression of how you should present yours (it’s not a template so you shouldn’t copy it really, just draw some inspiration from it). Find them in the Blog.


AES 133rd Student Recording Competition deadline is October 1st, 2012.


SIGN UP for the COMPETITION here
 (but register to the Convention first!!!)


Posted: Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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AES 133 Student Design Competition Judges Announced!

AES 133 Student Design Competition Judges Announced!

The Student Design Competition is returning to the 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco, and the SDA is excited to announce the names of four premier inustry experts who will be judging graduate and undergraduate entries. These guys know it all. Don't miss the opportunity to have them critique your senior project!

 

John La Grou

John La Grou is an inventor, audio designer, entrepreneur, and community activist. While best known in the audio industry for his company Millennia Media, a leading manufacturer of high performance audio equipment, John has also worked to advance technology in the fields of consumer computing and smart power. La Grou gives back to his community through his service on a number of corporate, university, and philanthropic boards.

 

Dave Collins

20-year mastering engineer Dave Collins built his renown at A&M Recording Studios in Hollywood. In 2004, he opened his own studio, Dave Collins Mastering Inc. A long-time lover of high-fidelety audio systems, Dave has been involved with the design, modification, and manufacture of a number of professional audio products.

 

Bill Whitlock

Bill Whitlock has been president and chief engineer of Jensen Transformers since 1989. He has proven his expertise in analog circuit design in projects such as high-speed cassette duplicators for EMI/Capitol Records, automated image generation and control systems for Laser Images Inc's Laserium® light show, and console automation systems for Quad-Eight Electronics. Whitlock holds multiple patents and shares his knowledge through papers and AES Convention presentations.

 

W.C. "Hutch" Hutchison

Hutchison has worked in the music industry for 40 years, gaining experience in musical instrument repairs and modifications, front-of-house mixing for touring stadium acts, record production and engineering, and instruction. Hutch has worked with Electric Lady, Unique, and Soundworks Studios. He has consulted with SSL and Focusrite and designed equipment for Manley Laboratories and Rupert Neve Designs.

 


Posted: Thursday, September 6, 2012

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More documentation examples: Teresa Kunz for Category 1

More documentation examples: Teresa Kunz for Category 1

Teresa Kunz received a gold award at the AES Student Recording Competition in Budapest. Beside a perfect recording, Teresa provided the judges a detailed documentation, which she deepened during her presentation at the AES Convention. For this reason, the judges could get an idea not just what Teresa did, but also why Theresa made certain decisions during her recording.

You can look or even download her documentation here and get an impression of how you can approach your documentation.

Still, this is just one good example of many different ways to write a good documentation! This one worked perfectly for Teresa and we are sure you'll write one which works perfectly for you! 

Good luck with your entry for the SRC in San Francisco!  


Posted: Saturday, September 1, 2012

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