The AES has released the results of its 2016 Audio...
Returning to downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, the Audio Engineering Society’s 141st Convention promises to plunge attendees deep into the evolving technologies of professional audio in 2016 via special focuses on new markets and trends. Meanwhile, historic reference to the pro audio industry’s progress will be underscored in the Richard C. Heyser Memorial Lecture, this year delivered by synth designer and “father of MIDI” Dave Smith as he presents “Synthesizers: From Analog to Digital to Software to Analog.”...… Continue Reading
MusiCares, in partnership with the AES and The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing, will be hosting free hearing screenings during the Los Angeles AES Convention.
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While there will be tons to do, hear and see at the 141st AES International Convention this week, the AES will be your ticket to going behind the scenes to some of Los Angeles’ most important audio strongholds, including Sony Computer Entertainment America; Dolby's Umlang Theatre Atmos Post Production; 20th Century Fox; Universal Studios Hollywood’s WaterWorld Attraction; Sunset Sound; Capitol Studios; and other legendary LA locales that include first-time visits as part of the AES Technical Tour events....… Continue Reading
Imaging and semiconductor packaging and bonding technology company Tessera Technologies has announced that it is acquiring DTS in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $850 million....… Continue Reading
PMC will be all over this week’s AES Convention in Los Angeles, from hosting a string of presentations from notable engineers and producers, to the presence of PMC speakers around the exhibition floor and more at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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ProMusicDB.org, a new online platform allowing producers, engineers, songwriters and musicians to archive their credits, identity, metadata and more, will open its enrollment Wednesday, Sept. 28....… Continue Reading
The four-day AES Convention returns to Los Angeles September 29-October 1 with a program dense with special tracks, special events, paper sessions, engineering briefs, tutorials, workshops, student and career development events, historical talks and, of course, technical council and standards committee working group meetings. This year also features the inaugural AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, a two-day conference, beginning September 30, with companion workshops, tutorials and manufacturers’ expo that will be co-located with the 141st AES Convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center’s West Hall....… Continue Reading
Yamaha Professional Audio is set to roll at next week’s Audio Engineering Society Convention in Los Angeles. Ready to meet he masses with their passes, Yamaha will have at its booth Rivage PM10 along with CL and QLV4, TFV3 digital audio consoles; the new TF Rack; R Series input/output boxes; SWP1 L2 network switches; the Nuage V1.8 Advanced Production DAW system; Nexo ID24 speakers and more at booth #603, with active products in demo room #512....… Continue Reading
Keynote speaker and composer Ron Jones will give the AES Convention Keynote Address, “Remember the Human Receptor on the Road to the Future,” at the Opening Ceremonies on September 29 (12:30–2:00 pm....… Continue Reading
The Television Academy presented its 2016 Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremonies, including the sound categories, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. ...… Continue Reading
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