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Location: Brucker Hall at Fort Myer 400 McNair Rd, Fort Myer 22211
Moderated by: Michael Ducassoux
Speaker(s): Greg Simon and Brian Glasscock from Sennheiser
We welcome you all to the Washington DC Section AES meeting at Brucker Hall on Fort Myer on April 25 to present:
Other Business: Topics for the AES meeting: We are looking for folks interested in running for AES DC Section officers. If you are interested in running, the positions available in the DC Section are Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you would like to run for and we will get you on the official ballet. If you have any questions about the opportunities as an AES DC Section officer, please do not hesitate to email and ask. We also invite anyone interested in joining a committee to stay after the meeting for a few minutes just to exchange information and come up with a plan moving forward for the rest of this calendar
Posted: Sunday, April 7, 2019
Location: Sirius XM 1500 Eckington Place NE Washington, DC 20002
Moderated by: AES DC Section and SBE Chapter 37
Speaker(s): Steven Savanyu from Audio Technica
Our next AES/SBE meeting is on a subject that all of us deal with at one time or another: The selection, placement, mounting, and mixing with microphones. Whether for a live event, sound reinforcement, broadcast studio design, a recording session, or a video conference; we are challenged with bringing excellent and clear sound to our facilities and products.
Perhaps we take for granted the physics of how a microphone actually functions. Which type will give me the result I want? How best to isolate a single instrument in a concert setting? How to accentuate incident and suppress reflective sound?
Nothing more affects psycho-acoustical perceived quality of a video, film, recording, or live event more than accurate and well-defined sound. And nothing affects that perceived quality and value more than effective microphone selection and placement.
SBE Chapter 37 has the pleasure to host Steven Savanyu, Education Director at Audio Technica, a large manufacturer of microphones. Steven brings us his famous Microphone and Wireless portable workshop road show. Mr. Savanyu has a penchant for clear and precise explanation of the most esoteric and technical aspects of transducer physics and technology. He is an adjuct Professor of Audio for Video at Kent State University.
This event is useful not only for aspiring novices to broadcast and recording, but also for seasoned professionals; as there is always something new to learn with new technology and products. This is a hands-on event, with practical examples for us to see and hear.
The meeting will be held at Sirius XM headquarters in Northwest DC (NOMA). Tours of the Sirius XM facility take place after the presentation. We greatly appreciate their help in hosting our meeting. This is a joint meeting of the local DC SBE and AES chapters.
A bite to eat will be served Tuesday, March 12th at 6:30 PM. We'll discuss a tiny bit of Chapter 37 business about 6:45 PM and begin our presentation about 7:00 PM. Please RSVP before Noon March 11th by dropping an e-mail to email@example.com and let us know if we should expect you for dinner!
Other Business: -April 25th meeting with Sennheiser to be discussed -As mentioned at the meeting we are looking for folks to step up and run for leadership roles in the DC Section of AES - it is a great opportunity to work with a wonderful AES Community in a different capacity. At the April meeting, we will hold the elections for section officers as the current officers' terms are coming to an end. If you or someone you know is interested, please let us know so we can begin to create the ballot. Officer roles in the DC Section are Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in running.
Posted: Saturday, March 2, 2019
Location: Alexandria, VA
Moderated by: Michael Ducassoux
Speaker(s): Jim Pace, Sanken Microphones
Jim Pace will present "Modern Physics in Microphone Technology," where he’ll be covering modern and innovative techniques as it applies to capsule design and configuration and their related benefits and applications.
The event will take place in the Seminar Room at Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center on the campus of Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, VA. Parking is available in the parking garage located directly across from the hall.
Doors will open at 6:15PM for light food and socializing. (Please email email@example.com to RSVP so that we can get an accurate food order.) The AES meeting will begin at 7:00 and Jim's presentation begins at 7:15.
Topics to be discussed at the AES meeting:
We would like to thank Jim Pace and Sanken Microphones for sponsoring February's event!
Rachel M. Schlesinger Hall can be found at 4915 East Campus Drive, Alexandria, VA 22311
Other Business: -Announcing the Joint AES SBE meeting Tuesday March 12, 6:30pm at XM radio, Northeast DC. This meeting features Steven Savanyu, Marketing director Audio Technica (Cleveland, Ohio) who will give one of his famous MICROPHONE AND WIRELESS workshops. -ELECTIONS for AES DC Section Officers. At the April meeting, we will hold elections for section officers as the current officers' terms are coming to an end. If you or someone you know is interested, please let us know so we can begin to create the ballot. Officer roles in the DC Section are Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in running. -Announcement for the April 25 meeting where we are going to be featuring a VR and Ambeo Audio Workshop with Sennheiser.
Posted: Monday, February 18, 2019