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123rd AES Sets Master Classes
New York - Aug 2, 2007 - Originally introduced in 2005, the AES Master Class Program was begun to recognize a select group of masters in their fields and to provide convention attendees with in-depth, focused master classes in each of the invited disciplines. In his second turn as master class committee chairman, Alan Silverman has developed a series of events for the 123rd AES Convention.
Topics for the 123rd AES convention include:
- The Art And Science of Making and Playing Great Recordings
Keith O. Johnson, Reference Recordings
- Hard Earned Design Secrets
Bruno Putzeys, Hypex Electronics
- From Rough Mix To Yogi
- Vintage Microphone Mystique
Klaus Heyne, German Masterworks; Oliver Archut, TAB-Funkenwerk
- Audio Interconnections
Henry Ott, Henry Ott Consultants
The AES 123rd Convention will be held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York, Oct. 5-8, 2007.
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