123rd AES Convention Featuring Workshops, Tutorials and Tours

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New York - AES 123rd convention workshop and tutorial chair Alex Case invited THX design engineering manager Steven Martz to develop a triathlon of events to provide attendees with a crash course in creating sound for interactive gaming. Game workshops and tutorials include: Adaptive music for games, audio for games and developing audio for games.

Other workshops at the convention include: Evaluation of surround main mikings for classical orchestra, recording large ensembles in multi-channel, concert halls and their acoustics, mastering for new media, user-centered design of pro audio controllers and uneven bass reproduction in automobiles.

The convention will also feature technical tours including: Tisch School of the Art's Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, Avatar Studios, Klavierhaus, Legacy Recording Studios, 4 Times Square Broadcast Communications, The Blue Man Group Lab, New York Times Radio Station WQZR, Quad Recording Studios, Sear Sound Studios, Brooklyn Phono and Broadway Sound.

The convention will be held in NY's Jacob Javits Convention Center, Oct. 5-8, 2007. For registration and housing information and for a detailed preliminary calendar of events and tours visit www.aes.org.

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