143rd AES CONVENTION Archiving and Restoration Track Event AR10: Tales of Asset Management: The Good, the Bad, and "v2_final_mix_master_VOX UP_FINAL.wav.aiff"

AES New York 2017
Archiving and Restoration Track Event AR10

Saturday, October 21, 10:45 am — 12:15 pm (Rm 1E10)

Archiving & Restoration: AR10 - Tales of Asset Management: The Good, the Bad, and "v2_final_mix_master_VOX UP_FINAL.wav.aiff"

Margaret Luthar, Chicago Mastering Service - Chicago, IL, USA
Adam Gonsalves, Telegraph Mastering - Portland, OR, USA
Paul Jessop, County Analytics Ltd - Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK
Brian Losch, Freelance recording/mixing/post engineer - Brooklyn, NY, USA
Mark Yeend, Creative Director, ATG at Xbox at Microsoft

Whether you're a studio engineer or a location sound recordist - at some point, the work you do will be handed off to someone else. Not only is it important to be diligent in organization for one's own personal project management, but it is important when dealing with clients, labels, production houses, and last but not least, other audio engineers! In this event, we discuss the needs of individual branches of the audio world (film sound, game audio, interactions between the tracking engineer and mixing engineer, and mastering needs) as well as archival standards put forth by AES/EBU/NARAS. We will also discuss maintaining good written records while working, project workflow, and what is actually crucial to doing good work from start to finish. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned engineer, this workshop will help you learn good organizational routines — or break some bad habits (we all have them)!

AES Technical Council This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Archiving Restoration and Digital Libraries

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