143rd AES CONVENTION Presenters: Wesley Bulla

AES New York 2017 Presenter or Author

Wesley Bulla

Wesley Bulla

Primary Affiliation: Belmont University - Nashville, TN, USA
AES Member Type: Member

Wesley Bulla’s engineering and production credits include most notably producer-mix engineer for the critically acclaimed recordings of Carl Loewe's Grand Duo for Violin & Piano (Op. 80) and Julius Rontgen's Sonata in E Major (Premier Recordings, NY), associate producer and recording engineer for award-winning songwriter Jill Colucci “No Regrets” (Liberty Records Songwriter Series), and quality control mastering engineer for the double Grammy Award winning Hank Williams, “The Complete Hank Williams” boxed set (Mercury-Polygram Records). Wesley produced and recorded the Dove award-winning “In Bright Mansions” (Curb Records) and the BBC's “Songs of Praise” TV segment featuring the world-renown Fisk University Jubilee Singers. He has published in AudioMedia-USA, -Europe, and -Asia, Mix Magazine, Hearing Review, JPAS, JMEIEA, and JAES. Wesley holds a B.M. (performance), a M.M.E. (music education), and a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Hearing Science with specialty in perceptual auditory research from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (1999). As Professor of Audio Engineering, he is the former Dean, currently serving as Director of the MS Audio Engineering program at the Curb College at Belmont University. Wesley served on the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (External Reviewer 2014, 2015), the steering committee of P & E Wing of The Recording Academy (2010-16), the board of directors of the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association (2006-17), and regularly serves on the Nashville Leadership Music Studio/Audio Day Program Committee.

More Info: http://www.belmont.edu/cemb/index.html

Session List

Oct 18: P05: Perception—Part 1
Lead-Signal Localization Accuracy for Inter-Channel Time Difference in Higher and Lower Vertical, Side, and Diagonal Loudspeaker Configurations (Author)

Oct 18: P03: Perception
Precedence Effect Using Simultaneous High and Low-Passed Stimuli (Author)

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