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.
The session was presented in 2003.
The double header tour concept offers three two-for-one packages.
The theme for the convention is Your Bridge to the Future. The convention will be held in San Francisco, Nov. 4-7, 2010.
The convention theme is the Bridge to the Future. The convention will be held Oct. 4-7, 2010, in San Francisco.
The broadcast and streaming sessions are part of the overall professional audio program.
The special exam session allowed for on-site registration at the pro audio convention.
321 exhibitors and 18,162 attendees are the official numbers.
Three additional keynotes focus on historical recording and the birth of the CD.
The tours showplace recording, education, communication, film and TV production facilities, as well as a visit to the historic Edison Labs in New Jersey.
127th AES New products from Mackie, Wireworks, Neutrik, Lexicon, DPA Microphones, Sennheiser Electronic, Cakewalk, Audio Precision, Blastwave FX, Hosa Technology, Disc Makers, RTW Radio-Technische Werkstatten, Shure and Audio-Technica.
Bell Labs, big bands, live sound, Mercury Living Presence and RCA are part of the program agenda.
The Peabody-winning broadcaster will offer his observations on the talent/engineer symbiosis.
The AES notes that the bulk of the program is set and should not change.
Additional sessions on facility design, audio for newsgathering and mobile streaming have been added.
The SBE adds an additional certification exam opportunity to its schedule.
Agnieszka Roginska served as the papers chairman of the 123rd AES convention.
The winning paper, submitted by a student from Finland, examines ear acoustic modeling for headphones.
The four-day event drew more than 17,000 attendees.
The 125th AES Convention has slated several historical events as part of the convention program
The 2008 tours pull from intriguing examples from the San Francisco area's pro audio community.
Keynote speeches, the evolution of electronic interfaces and an organ recital crown the special events
The broadcast sessions cover history, loudness, listener fatigue and more.
The online schedule includes program titles and abstracts, participant names and drop-down boxes of additional information