Mastering engineer Bob Ludwig and a premium panel will explain the process.
This marks the first time an AES Convention will be held in Rome.
Events include a look at RCA Studios, a remembrance of Lee de Forest and a discussion of magnetic tape.
Lillywhite has produced U2, the Dave Matthews Band and the Rolling Stones.
New additions to the convention: a project studio clinic, a networked audio track and a special movie screening.
There were 310 exhibitors at the convention. The 2012 convention will be held in San Francisco.
The sessions include overviews of archiving the Grateful Dead, Motown and the Library of Congress.
Among the topics to be addressed include FM stereo's birth and the merits of the competing systems that sought FCC approval.
Karlheinz Brandenburg, Ron Carter and Skip Pizzi are three of the presenters.
The program includes case studies, tutorials and a one-on-one conversation with Ben Folds.
On the list of tours: NBC's 30 Rock, Soundtrack Post and the Marquis Theatre.
Beginning Sept. 4, 2011, one video per day will automatically be delivered to the phones of subscribers.
Sessions of interest for radio include audio asset restoration and ways to improve the sound of MP3 files.
One highlight is a discussion of Leopold Stokowski and the history of analog recording.
Among the planned events is a celebration of FM stereo's 50th anniversary.
The convention will be held Oct. 20-23, 2011, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York.
Called Engineering Briefs, these presentations are short verbal talks or poster presentations on practical applications rather than theoretical topics.
The convention will be held Nov. 4-7 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
The 788T update, available to all 788T users on the company's website, allows for the linking of multiple 788T recorders, as well as other Sound Devices 7-Series recorders.
The AES has developed three primary tracks and assembled panels of experts to lead them.
Exhibits are open Nov 5-7, 2010.
The workshops, tutorials and master classes explore design tips and challenges from iPhone strategies to DSP for dummys.
Robert Margouleff will bring his perspective of more than 40 years working in pro audio in an address titled "What The Hell Happened?"
The calendar is a colorful timetable of events, presenters and drop-down abstracts describing papers, workshops and tutorials.
The sessions feature an expanded focus on new loudness initiatives, streaming formats and facility design.