Events

Audio Education Virtual Mini-Conference

Thursday, July 23, 2020 11am-2:30pm ET

Current global conditions make it impossible for the Audio Education Conference to proceed as planned this summer.  Therefore, the full three-day conference in Tennessee will be delayed by one year.  Though we must wait to meet again in person, the program of workshops, papers and special events in 2021 will be stronger and more relevant than ever.

Meanwhile, we are hosting the AES Audio Education Virtual Mini Conference – a FREE online symposium with a series of presentations about the pedagogy and delivery of audio and music technology.


AES Audio Education Virtual Mini Conference Program:

• Preview of the 2021 AES Conference on Audio Education at Middle Tennessee State University and Belmont University in Nashville. (Bill Crabtree & Michael Fleming, Conference Chairs) (15 minutes)

• Workshop on How to Write and Submit a Peer Reviewed Academic Paper (Brecht De Man, Vice Chair of the AES Education Committee) (10 minutes)

• Presentation of an example accepted paper by Braxton Boren, American University.  Teaching Acoustics to Audio Student: A Middle Path. (15 minutes)

• Presentation of an example paper by Daniel Fox, Tufts University. Achieving Educational and Program Outcomes through Instrument & Equipment Maintenance. (15 minutes)

• Presentation of an exciting learning activity for audio students at any level: Professor Alex Case’s Chamber Reverb Challenge (20 minutes)

• AES Educational Activities in Latin America with Cesar Lamschtein, AES Vice President for Latin America (20 minutes)

• Professor Allan Tucker reveals The MusicAlebrije™ Collaborative Education Model at Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico.(12 minutes)

• Co-Curricular Resources for teaching Acoustic Science
, Dr. Magdalena Piotrowska (AES Education Committee, Co-Chair) (15 minutes)

• Exploring Immersive and Surround Formats in Audio Education with Professor Scott Metcalfe, Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University)


• An examination of machine learning and new technology with We Are The Robots: Accepting and Embracing Virtual Assistance in Audio Production (Brecht De Man, Vice Chair of the AES Education Committee) (15 minutes)

High School Audio with Professor Gabe Herman (Vice Chair, AES Education Committee) (25 minutes)

• Mike Lawson (Executive Director of Technology Institute for Music Education)  Ti:ME’s 25 years of Integrating Technology into Music Education. (30 minutes)

• Keynote Preesentation: Preparing students for lifelong success in the audio industry with Dr. Agnieszka Roginska (AES President, New York University) (30 minutes)


*This schedule is subject to change


THIS PROGRAM IS OFFERED FREE OF CHARGE 

BUT ONLY AVAILABLE TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE AUDIO ENGINEERING SOCIETY

Non-members may pay $125 to both join the AES and register for the conference

www.aes.org/join

Contact John.Krivit@aes.org for more information

Register for the virtual conference HERE

AES - Audio Engineering Society