Their paper was titled "Level-Normalization of Feature Films Using Loudness vs. Speech."
The AES celebrates its 65th anniversary this year, and capped the celebration with a five-year-high number of 18,453 registrants being tallied.
"Stories for the Ears: Live Audio Drama and Narration" will feature some of the industry's top voice talent and award-winning works.
The organization reflects on its involvement in the major technological and creative breakthroughs of the last seven decades.
Josh McDermott, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT, will present "Understanding Audition via Sound Synthesis."
The sessions include best practices for creating/preserving digital-born files and restoring/rebuilding analog tape machines.
Professor Alex U. Case leads the tutorial track that explains the technical foundations and demonstrates creative strategies for a type of effect.
His lecture, entitled "4-44 and Me - Stagnation to Transformation: The Real Future of Music," will address the opportunities that new technologies offer artists, producers and recordists, as well as the prospects for producing high-quality music.
Presentations include field tape recording and the career of the late Ray Dolby.
The Berlin convention will be held April 26 through April 29, 2014.
The five-time Grammy Award-winner will address the intersection of technology and creativity.
The tours range from Broadway to broadcasting, post-production and restoration.
Professional audio is affected by the transitions in networked audio, and the track addresses these changes with a series of presentations.
The Live Sound track events at the 135th AES Show explore technologies and techniques in live sound, focusing on such topics as acoustics, Broadway theater sound, mic placement, mixing and networked audio distribution.
New panels for the 2013 convention show reflect key current trends in broadcasting and streaming.
The event will be held July 25-27, 2013, at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN.
Paper abstracts are due by May 29, 2013.
Hurricane Sandy dampened the turnout but not the enthusiasm.
His topic will be "Audio, Radio, Acoustics and Signal Processing - The Way Forward."
The star of the show features a live performance by Firesign Theater star Phil Proctor.
The awards will be presented during the opening ceremonies of the 133rd AES Convention on Oct. 26 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Topics include small and large room acoustics, binaural acoustics and audio ground systems.
Topics include iPhone apps, loudness standards, up-sampling and more.
The workshops and tutorials will examine the technological and operational advantages and workflow issues.
The topics range from studio design, to processing, to audio routing.