오는 5월 13일부터 16일까지 4일간의 일정으로 영국 Novotel London West 컨벤션 센터에서 130th AES 컨벤션(130th AES Convention)이 열릴 예정이다. 이번 컨퍼런스에서는 오디오 테크노라지(audio technology), 프로덕션 테크닉크(production techniques) 그리고 “meaningful product developments”emddp 관한 의제를 다를 예정이다.
또한 이에 관련한 전시관도 5월 14일부터 16일까지 열릴 예정이다. (Exhibits will be held May 14-16) 다음은 AES가 보내온 전문을 참조하시기 바랍니다.
Exhibits will be held May 14-16. Convention Chair Peter Mapp reports that his Committee has developed a timely program of Papers Sessions, Workshops, Tutorials, Tech Tours, and Education Events, designed as invaluable assets for meeting the challenges of our rapidly evolving industry. “We anticipate an enthusiastic turnout for this Convention, and are pleased that ARPS and MPG will co-sponsor a number of special events,” Mapp said.
Set for May 13-16 at the Novotel London West Convention Centre, the 130th AES Convention will provide international attendees with an exemplary four-day crash course in audio technology, production techniques and meaningful product developments.
Exhibits will be held May 14-16. Convention Chair Peter Mapp reports that his Committee has developed a timely program of Papers Sessions, Workshops, Tutorials, Tech Tours, and Education Events, designed as invaluable assets for meeting the challenges of our rapidly evolving industry.
“We anticipate an enthusiastic turnout for this Convention, and are pleased that ARPS and MPG will co-sponsor a number of special events,” Mapp said.
The program will open with a Keynote Presentation by noted BBC radio documentary presenter and award-winning educator, Trevor Cox: Sounding Places, Past and Present: How Spaces Affect the Sounds We Make and Hear.
The next day, Karlheinz Brandenburg will present our Heyser Lecture, entitled "How to Provide High Quality Audio Everywhere: The mp3 Story and More …."
“To make the Convention more cohesive and easier to navigate we have placed the Exhibits next to the Technical Program sessions,” said AES Executive Director Roger Furness.
The exhibits will be smaller this year, partly due to the economic situation, but we are pleased to welcome a number of our traditional exhibitors including Neutrik, Fraunhofer, Schoeps, Nagra Kudelski, Microtech Gefell, Focusrite and Sennheiser, and some new ones including KMR Audio.
Papers Chair, Josh Reiss has organized an outstanding program of over 140 papers in 13 lecture sessions and 8 poster sessions. Topics to be covered include: Speech and Hearing, Loudspeakers, Multichannel and Spatial Sound Production & Broadcast, Live and Interactive Sound, Audio Equipment, Audio Content Management, Room Acoustics, Binaural Sound, Audio Signal Processing & Analysis, Source Enhancement, and Subjective Evaluation.
Workshops and Tutorials Chair, Natanya Ford has coordinated a far-ranging program devoted to such topics as: Panning For Multichannel Loudspeaker Systems; Music And The Semantic Web; and Emerging Trends In Game Audio.
Tech Tours Chair, Richard Millard has developed a program, highlighted by visits to: BBC Broadcasting House, British Grove Studios, The British Library Sound Archive, and The Royal Opera House.
Broadcasting Events Chair, Florian Camerer, has produced a timely program which includes: The Eurovision Song Contest, and a Loudness In Broadcasting Panel and Tutorial.
Standards Committee Chair Richard Chalmers and Standards Manager Mark Yonge will oversee important work on AES Standards during a busy schedule of meetings during the convention. A schedule of these events is posted at www.aes.org/standards
The AES Technical Council, led by Chair Bob Schulein and Vice Chairs, Jürgen Herre and Michael Kelly has coordinated a full schedule of AES Technical Committee Meetings. Details are available at www.aes.org/technical.
Our Student Members should definitely check out our Student Activities which include: Student Recording Competition, The Education & Careers Fair, and Recording Critique Sessions.
Advance registration for the full program and exhibition is offered at a reduced fee. To register online, view an up-to-date calendar listing all 130th events, and for late-breaking convention updates and other Society news go to www.aes.org.
“I would guess that most of our potential attendees did not receive invitations to The Royal Wedding,” Roger Furness concludes.
“The money you’ve all saved on purchasing suitable gifts for the Royal Couple will easily cover your trip to the 130th AES Convention in London, where you will have the good fortune to rub elbows and share ideas with your peers, the A-list luminaries of the Pro Audio Industry.