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Carlton Bush reporting….

Incredibly important information basics and advanced techniques from the nation’s professionals in audio engineering. Everybody learns something in a warm and open environment. Special sections instituted last year acknowledge the growth and vitality of the unique contributions and techniques employed in audio engineering for Games and Virtual Reality systems and content.  Highly recommended.

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Join the AES in NYC

The 139th AES Convention is gearing up to take place October 29-November 1 at the Jacob Javits Center, and will bring together the world’s largest gathering of audio professionals. Attendees will be offered opportunities to hear from top audio industry figures while also sharing in the latest research and technology information through informative papers, tutorials, workshops and special events.

AES New York 2015
Special Events

Thursday, October 29

Thursday, October 29, 1:00 pm — 2:00 pm
Opening Ceremonies
Awards
Keynote Speech

 

Thursday, October 29, 1:00 pm — 2:00 pm

Opening Ceremonies
Awards
Keynote Speech

Presenters:
Jim Anderson, New York University – New York, NY, USA
Paul Gallo, Sports Video Group – Yonkers, NY, USA; Director, DTV Audio Group
Andres A. Mayo, Andres Mayo Mastering & Audio Post – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bob Moses, AES – Vashon Island, WA, USA
Frank Wells, Pro Sound News – Murfreesboro, TN, USA; Pro Audio Review, Music Festival Business

Abstract:
More details coming soon…

 

PRELIMINARY TOPICS (subject to change)

Special Event Sessions:
Opening Ceremonies: Keynote Speaker—Michael Abrash
Heyser Lecture: Bruce Koenig – Acoustic Forensic Gunshot Analysis — The Kennedy Assassination and Beyond
• Producing Across Generations: New Challenges, New Solutions—Making Records for Next to Nothing in the 21st Century
• NARAS SoundTable
• Platinum Engineers
• Platinum Producers: The Big Payback
• Platinum Mastering: Mastering the Creative Process: The Anatomy of a Hit Record
• Saul Walker—A Progressive Individual
• Christian McBride: Leader—Sideman: The Life of a Jazz Musician
• Organ Concert by Graham Blyth at Central Synagogue
• Lunchtime Keynote: Ed Greene
• “The Americans”—Meet the Mixers
• Sound of “Nashville”

This is a preliminary list. Come back soon for more details.

Technical Program

This year’s technical program is full of fascinating events where you’re sure to learn useful information from the experts leading these sessions. We have also broken down the program into groups of related events such as “Tutorials”, “Live Sound Track”, and the “Special Events”. Once you’ve determined what sessions to attend you can click on “Registration” on the right to purchase your convention badge.

Be sure to also check out our exhibition, just next door to the Technical Program:

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AES Conventions are held annually in both the United States and Europe and are the largest gatherings of audio professionals in the world.

Workshops, tutorials, technical papers and the trade show floor provide attendees with a wealth of learning, networking and business opportunities.

All of the papers presented at conventions — a selection of which are subsequently published in the AES Journal — are available for free to E-Library Subscribers and at nominal cost to others. Papers from the year 1953 onwards are available.

Oculus Chief Scientist Michael Abrash to Give Opening Keynote Speech at AES139 Convention in New York City

— Speech to address “Virtual Reality, Audio, and the Future” from one of today’s top professionals in the field —

The AES announces that Michael Abrash, Chief Scientist at Oculus, will give the opening Keynote Speech at this year’s 139th AES International Convention in New York City. Known for his groundbreaking work in high-end graphics, performance programming and virtual reality, Abrash will offer his unique insights in his Keynote Speech, titled “Virtual Reality, Audio, and the Future,” taking place at the Jacob Javits Center on Thursday, October 29, 2015, at 1pm in the Convention’s Special Events Room.

Oculus is focused on enabling players to experience anything, anywhere through virtual reality. The Oculus Rift and the Oculus-powered Samsung Gear VR allow players to step inside virtual worlds and immerse themselves like never before. As a result of the global Oculus developer community, VR is poised to transform gaming, storytelling, film, and much more.

Abrash’s career has spanned a wide range over the last 30 years. He was the GDI development lead for the first two versions of Windows NT, joined John Carmack to write Quake at Id Software, worked on the first two versions of the Xbox video game console, co-authored the Pixomatic software renderer at Rad Game Tools, and worked on Intel’s Larrabee project. Additionally, Abrash worked on both augmented and virtual reality at Valve, and currently leads the Oculus Research team. He is also the author of several books, including Michael Abrash’s Graphics Programming Black Book, and has written and spoken frequently on related topics.

“Michael’s address is a great opportunity to bring awareness of VR to the audio community,” stated AES139 Co-Chair, Jim Anderson. “In the future, audio will contribute to this field in ways that we can only presently imagine.”

For the latest information on AES139 Convention Registration and Housing, visit http://www.aes.org/events/139/. If it’s about audio, it’s at AES.

 

About the Audio Engineering SocietyThe Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 and now counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. Currently, its members are affiliated with more than 75 AES professional sections and more than 95 AES student sections around the world. Section activities may include guest speakers, technical tours, demonstrations and social functions. Through local AES section events, members experience valuable opportunities for professional networking and personal growth. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org.

 

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1970’s

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1960’s

    • 37th, New York, NY, USA – October 13-16, 1969
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    • 13th, New York, NY, USA – October 9-13, 1961
    • 8th Spring, Los Angeles, CA, USA – April 4-7, 1961
    • 12th, New York, NY, USA – October 11-14, 1960
    • 7th West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – March 8-11, 1960

1949-1959

  • 11th, New York, NY, USA – October 5-9, 1959
  • 6th West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – February 16-20, 1959
  • 10th, New York, NY, USA – September 29-October 3, 1958
  • 5th West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – February 26-28, 1958
  • 9th, New York, NY, USA – October 8-12, 1957
  • 4th West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – February 7-9, 1957
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  • 3rd West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – February 11-13, 1955
  • 6th, New York, NY, USA – October 14-16, 1954
  • 2nd West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – February 4-6, 1954
  • 5th, New York, NY, USA – October 14-17, 1953
  • 1st West Coast, Los Angeles, CA, USA – February 5-7, 1953
  • 4th, New York, NY, USA – October 29-November 1, 1952
  • 3rd, New York, NY, USA – November 1-3, 1951
  • 2nd, New York, NY, USA – October 26-28, 1950
  • 1st, New York, NY, USA – October 27-29, 1949

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If your company would like to exhibit at the upcoming convention in New York please send in your application soon.

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Live Sound Expo Topics Announced for 139th Audio Engineering Society Convention In New York City

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Oculus Chief Scientist Michael Abrash to Give Opening Keynote Speech at AES139 Convention in New York City

Speech to address “Virtual Reality, Audio, and the Future” from one of today’s top professionals in the field

 

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