AES New York 2019
Live Production Stage
With the Live Production Stage, the 147th Convention offers expert advice for the broad spectrum of live sound engineers (some 25% of Convention attendees) with an emphasis on the practical, bringing professionals with decades of experience to the stage to inspire and educate attendees.
The AES Conventions are incubators for live sound technology. From early loudspeaker design to line array theory, from performance measurement standards to networked audio interoperability, AES has brought together professionals on the leading edge of theory and application since the Society's inception. That tradition continues, with content available to all attendees, with the Live Production Stage.
The Live Production Stage will be located on the show floor next to the exhibits. It is open to the public and is free if you register in advance with a promo code. Additionally, four packed days of Sound Reinforcement sessions, research paper presentations, tutorials and workshops are available if you upgrade to an All Access badge for the Convention Technical Program.
Wednesday, October 16th
Session LS03 MILAN Protocol: Deterministic AV Networks
Tim Boot; Henning Kaltheuner; Genio Kronauer; Morten Lave
Thursday, October 17th
Session LS09 Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association Panel
Ien DeNio; Sam Kusnetz; Beth Lake; Emma Wilk
Session LS11 Object Based Audio for Musicals – Case Study: Broadway Bounty Hunter
Cody Spencer; Jesse Stevens
Session LS12 DiGiCo Presents: Broadway to Black Box Theatre Mixing
Matt Larson; Lew Mead; Dan Page
Friday, October 18th
Session LS13 RF Spectrum Update
Karl Winkler; Mark Albergo; Ben Escobedo; David Missall
Session LS14 The 7 Most Common Wireless Mic Mistakes (and What You Can Do about Them)
Karl Winkler; Christopher Evans; Jason Glass
Session LS16 Yamaha Presents: Mixing Furry Monsters
Last Updated: 20191014
Researcher Josh Reiss has taken a look at some of the 147th papers now in the AES E-Library and commented on a few that piqued his curiosity. See his blog here.
Click her to download a low-res PDF of the convention program.