We are proud to announce that we have gathered an amazing group of judges for the Student Design Competition at AES 135. All of them are well known industry professionals, and here you can find out a little bit about each of them.
Well known as a guru of analog audio systems, Bill Whitlock has been president and chief engineer of Jensen Transformers since 1989. His prior analog circuit design 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 is a Life Fellow of the AES, a Life Senior Member of the IEEE, and a highly revered expert in the global audio community.
Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013