Location: 400 McNair Road Arlington, VA
Moderated by: Mike Ducassoux
Speaker(s): Tim Metzinger
We welcome you all to the February Washington DC Sections AES meeting at Brucker Hall on Fort Myer.
Tim Metzinger will give a presentation on Audio Networking and Dante covering Network Audio and Networking Concepts, Dante Network Audio, Use Cases, Demonstrations, and Best Practices and Recommendations
Following the presentation we will tour the facility of the "Pershing's Own" to see and hear their studios and performance spaces at Brucker Hall.
For instructions on how to get on base at Fort Myer, please go to the following link (PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT AHEAD OF TIME).
On this page you will see a link to a PDF under the NON_DOD section, please print the PDF and fill it out before you come to the meeting (if you forget, you can fill it out on site, it will just delay your entrance on base). When you get to the Hatfield Gate entrance, you must present a valid ID, and the printed form and tell the guard you are there for the AES event at Brucker Hall (they are aware that we will be there that day and will be expecting you). At that time, the guard may perform a quick search of your vehicle. Once complete you can continue on to Brucker Hall, here is a map of the base to assist.
Parking is available across the street from Brucker Hall. While getting on base sounds involved, the base deals with guests regularly and they aim to get you through security as quickly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions please email Mike Ducassoux at [email protected]
We promise this whole security stuff sounds more involved than it really is- if you have any questions just reach out!
The meet and greet/food will take place at 6:30. Following that will be our AES meeting, followed by Tim's presentation and then the tour of Brucker Hall hosted by the engineers of the "Pershing's Own".
Food will be provided for the event, by AES. If you plan to attend the meeting, please email [email protected] to let us know for an accurate food count. It will also help us in letting the security team know roughly how many folks they can expect the night of. You can also just say you will attend through the Facebook event that we have created, whatever is convenient for you.
Other Business: For the AES meeting, We will discuss things ahead for our meetings in April, June, and the rest of the year. We 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 year. Have new ideas for AES, your leadership would love to hear from you about them and figure out a way to make them happen.
Posted: Wednesday, January 31, 2018