SOUND AND STORY, AMPLIFIED

Do your interests or work include Broadcast and Streaming, Networked Audio, Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Live Sound, Studio Recording, Home Recording, Music Production, Game Audio, Sound for Picture or Product Development? The 143rd Audio Engineering Society International Convention has you covered in one exclusively end-user focused event.

All Access registration provides access to the entire Convention, including a comprehensive papers, workshops and tutorials program. Exhibits-Plus access gains you entry to the exhibition floor and demo rooms, where leading manufacturers reveal and demonstrate the latest in audio hardware and software tools. The "Plus" includes the application-oriented sessions on the exhibit floor Expo theatres and Pavilions, along with other special events.

NAB Media in Action

AES New York 2017 will be co-located with the independent NAB Show New York 2017 event. In an adjacent exhibition hall, NAB Show New York exhibitors will be on hand with the latest video and distribution hardware and related sessions. Your Exhibits-Plus or All Access AES New York registration includes access to both exhibition halls.

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Featured Events

This is just a small sampling of what will be happening at AES this year!

Wednesday, October 18th

09:00 - 10:00
Nuno Fonseca

SA01   Crash Course in 3D Audio

Nuno Fonseca

This tutorial will present the most common 3D audio concepts, formats, and technologies.

09:00 - 11:00
Bozena Kostek

P01   Signal Processing

Bozena Kostek

Examples of what's new in Signal Processing.

11:30 - 12:30

RP02   A Guide to a High-Quality Vinyl Release

Chris Mara; Dustin Blocker; Cameron Henry

How to have

14:00 - 15:30

TW03   Disruption: MIDI—Machine Learning looking Back and Looking Ahead

Jonathan Wyner; Jonathan Bailey; Joshua D. Reiss; Dave Smith

Ai, machine learning, and deep learning are beginning to change audio products & workflows. Find out how,

14:00 - 15:30

AR02   The Edison Kinetophone

Jerry Fabris; Brad McCoy; George Willeman

History of the first mechanical system for presenting talking pictures!

Thursday, October 19th

10:45 - 12:15

AC05   Loudness Issues in Cinema—Is the Reference Lost?

Eelco Grimm; John Fithian; Tom Fleischman; Charles Q. Robinson

Current issues with loudness in movies from different points of view.

10:45 - 12:45

EC03   SPARS Mentoring

This event is specially suited for those interested in career advice.

13:30 - 15:00

GA06   AR/VR: New York Initiatives and Directions

Agnieszka Roginska; Kai Falkenberg; Justin Hendrix; Erik Hockman; Jeremy Rowe

The latest initiatives & developments of augmented & virtual reality research & development centers.

13:30 - 15:00

PD05   Loudspeaker and Amplifier Power Ratings: Is it Time to Start Over?

Klas Dalbjörn; Charles Hughes; Claudio Lastrucci

What are the relevant requirements and how can we move forward to a unified way to understand and specify loudspeakers and amplifiers?

15:15 - 16:45

SA07   Practical Immersive Audio at Home

Chris Pike; Jon Francombe; Hilmar Lehnert; Alan Seefeldt

A platform for discussion for making spatial audio experiences available in your living room.

Friday, October 20th

09:00 - 10:30

AR07   The Past and Future of Archiving & Preservation

Rebecca Yuri Feynberg; George Massenburg; Brad McCoy; Toby Seay; Nadja Wallaszkovits

A taste of next year's AES conference.

11:45 - 12:15
Henning Kaltheuner

NA06   AV Networking—A One-Size-Fits-All Prospect?

Henning Kaltheuner

This event outlines the different user and customer requirements for media networking solutions.

13:30 - 15:00

GA12   The “Horrific” Sound of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Akiyuki Morimoto; Ken Usami

The team will discuss about how the music design achieved the horror aspect of sound design and the game.

15:15 - 16:45
Paul Beckmann

PD09   Front End Audio Processing for Voice Enabled Products

Paul Beckmann

This session focuses on the front end audio processing needed by a device to properly interface to a cloud based ASR engine.

16:30 - 18:00

Saturday, October 21st

09:00 - 10:30
Jeff Berryman

NA09   How to Make an AES70 Device

Jeff Berryman

This session will present the recommended steps in designing a device's AES70 control interface.

09:00 - 10:15

SR04   Theatrical Sound Design

Nevin Steinberg; Kai Harada; Scott Lehrer; Nicholas Pope

10:45 - 12:15
Michal Jurewicz

RP11   192dB DR, 32bit/DXD Ultra High Resolution Capture, Processing and Mastering Workflow for MQA, DSD and Future High Resolution Archiving and Delivery

Michal Jurewicz

This presentation is a complete back to back working example utilizing Mytek Brooklyn ADC and DAC mastering converters for modern mastering.

13:30 - 14:30
Tom Ammermann

GA15   Create Sound and Music for VR and 360 Using Common DAW Workflows.

Tom Ammermann

This session focuses on the latest initiatives and developments of Augmented and Virtual Reality research and development centers.

13:30 - 15:00

TW10   Towards the New Horizon of Technical Ear Training

Sungyoung Kim; Jason Corey; Kazuhiko Kawahara; Doyuen Ko; Sean Olive; Timothy Ryan

This event aims to provide the attendees with chance to experience theoretical and empirical matters of ear training programs.

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Exhibition Hours

Oct 18th   10am - 6pm

Oct 19th   10am - 6pm

Oct 20th   10am - 4pm

Technical Program

Oct 18th   9am - 6pm

Oct 19th   9am - 6pm

Oct 20th   9am - 6pm

Oct 21st   9am - 5pm

Registration Desk

Oct 17th   3pm - 7pm

Oct 18th   8am - 6pm

Oct 19th   8am - 6pm

Oct 20th   8am - 6pm

Oct 21st   8am - 4pm

You can pick up your badge from the Registration Desk during registration desk hours. They can look you up by name, or if you have received a barcode email then print it and bring it with you - that will speed up the process.

Registration Desk Hours

Oct 17th   3pm - 7pm

Oct 18th   8am - 6pm

Oct 19th   8am - 6pm

Oct 20th   8am - 6pm

Oct 21st   8am - 4pm

Yes! The world's largest pro audio end-user event returns to New York in October 2017, for the 143rd International AES Convention. Building on successes in New York in 2015 and LA in 2016, the Exhibition floor is poised for outstanding end-user contact.

Drawing additional attendees into the Exhibition hall, the exhibit-floor stages of the Live Sound Expo and the Project Studio Expo are proven to increase exhibits area traffic. In addition, new stages and events are being launched to further draw attendees to the Exhibition hall - the Broadcast Audio Expo and Broadway Sound Expo, a new software@aes Pavilion, an Audio 4 VR Pavilion, and a series of Mix with the Masters Mixing Workshops.

High visibility and high performance sponsorship opportunities are available for the Convention, track sessions and the Exhibits-area events. These sponsorships offer unparalleled advertising and branding benefits.

You can now book your hotel on our housing website. We have negotiated group rates at many of the hotels surrounding the convention center.

Our app for AES New York 2017 is still being finalized, but yes - we'll definitely have one!

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