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AES E-News: May 13, 2008 - AES Amsterdam, New LinkedIn Group, Denver Conference

1. 124th AES Convention - Amsterdam
2. New LinkedIn Group
3. Audio Forensics Conference in Denver

AES 124th Convention 124th AES Convention - Amsterdam
AES Amsterdam 2008 - New Horizons in Audio
Amsterdam, The Netherlands / May 17-20, 2008

The 124th AES Convention in Amsterdam starts this weekend! You can check out the full AES Technical Program. We have lots of exciting events for you to check out including a keynote by Tammo Houtgast (the Godfather of STI) and you won't want to miss the presentation by Geoff Emerick on the 40th anniversary of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." Registration has just been extended until this Friday so there's still time to get discounted pricing. Amsterdam is very easy to reach by plane, train or car and is a very popular city. We look forward to seeing you there.

AES LinkedIn Group New LinkedIn Group
One of the primary goals of the AES is to help bring our members together at conventions and other smaller events such as conferences or section meetings. However, there may be other times when you need to contact a friend or colleague that you met in person but you no longer have their current contact information. We've just created an official AES group on a service called LinkedIn that can help with this issue. If you're interested in joining please click here.

AES 33rd Conference - Denver, CO, USA Audio Forensics Conference in Denver
33rd International AES Conference
Audio Forensics—Theory and Practice
Denver, CO, USA / June 5-7, 2008

The AES 33rd International Conference, Audio Forensics—Theory and Practice, will be held June 5-7 in Denver, Colorado, at the Sheraton Denver Hotel (formerly the Adam's Mark). This is a follow-up conference to the very successful AES 26th Conference on forensics which was also held in Denver in 2005. The 33rd will explore the history, hardware, and techniques of forensic investigation of audio materials. The field has gone through significant advances with the advent of digital audio recording, signal processing, and computer-assisted evaluation. The appropriate use of analog and digital processes provides the contemporary audio engineer with powerful tools for quality audio investigation in support of the law enforcement, legal, archival, and restoration communities.

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