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AES E-news: August 18, 2006 - AES San Francisco Registration, Korean Conference, Latest Journal

1. AES San Francisco Full Program and Registration
2. 29th Conference: Audio for Mobile and Handheld Devices
3. July/August AES Journal available online

AES San Francisco Full Program and Registration
AES San Francisco 2006
Exhibits: October 6-8, 2006
Conference: October 5-8, 2006
San Francisco, CA, USA - Moscone Center

The 121st Convention Committee is pleased to announce that the full convention program is available on the AES website, along with a registration system and hotel booking. To get an overview of the entire schedule you can check the convention calendar. Just click on any event for more information.

You can also browse through the program by subject category or jump straight to the three day exhibition information.

Make sure to register today so you don't miss out on the advanced pricing discounts on registration and hotel bookings.

29th Conference: Audio for Mobile and Handheld Devices
AES 29th International Conference
Audio for Mobile and Handheld Devices
Location: Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Dates: September 2-4, 2006

The 29th Conference Website is live! You can now access the full AES Conference Program. It will be the first official AES international conference to be held in Asia and the first AES conference dedicated solely to audio for mobile and handheld systems which are becoming a significant sector of the audio and music industries.

This three-day conference will bring together researchers and developers in the fields of both audio engineering and mobile telecommunications. Recently, the market for audio for personal and handheld applications has expanded significantly. The broad consumer use of MP3 players has had a profound impact on the industry, as MP3 players have now become the must-have personal music system for people of all ages and lifestyles.

The evolution of mobile phones from just simple voice communication tools to multifunction multimedia devices has made personal audio systems even more ubiquitous. The music industry is changing accordingly; sales of music downloads via the Internet or wireless phone networks have skyrocketed. John Oh, 29th Conference chair, and his committee believe that this timely conference will help people from different disciplines share current state-of-the-art technology and audio research in the fastest growing sector of the industry.

You can register for the conference using this on-line form. If you don't meet those platform or browser requirements then on the lefthand side of that page you will find a downloadable version which can be faxed or e-mailed to the conference registrar.

JAES July/August AES Journal Is Available On-line Here
The issue includes:
* Papers and Reports on:
      Robust Speech/Music Discrimination
      Loudspeaker Motion in Transitional Frequency
      Dynamically Changing Virtual Audio Techniques
      Hidden Resonances in Public Address Systems
* Feature: Digital Radio Broadcasting
* 120th Convention Report, Paris
* 121st Convention Preview, San Francisco
* AES Standards Committee News
* News of the Sections, Literature Review, etc.

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