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AES Attendees Set to Decompress

San Francisco, CA, (October 21, 2010)—After a long day of cutting-edge pro audio at the annual AES Convention, attendees are invited to let loose at Decompress, a free after party on Saturday, November 6th, 8 P.M. at Temple Nightclub, San Francisco.
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San Francisco, CA, (October 21, 2010)—After a long day of cutting-edge pro audio at the annual AES Convention, attendees are invited to let loose at Decompress, a free after party on Saturday, November 6th, 8 P.M. at Temple Nightclub, San Francisco.

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The event is free-of-charge with RSVP at http://templeafterparty.eventbrite.com. Taking place at Temple Nightclub on Saturday November 6th at 8 P.M., Decompress is produced by Glow Marketing and MATK Corporation, and presented by Exsilio Consulting Inc, Monster Cable Products, NewBay Media (publisher of Pro Sound News, Pro Audio Review, EQ and Keyboard), GCPro, Disc Makers, Glyph, and Studio Expresso.

“With the absence of the TEC Awards and no other major event replacement announced for AES,” explains Chandra Lynn, owner of Glow Marketing, “Lisa Chamblee-Hampton and I decided to partner with industry leaders to produce a huge after-party as a way to create a defacto destination for all AES attendees and partygoers interested in after-hours networking. NewBay Media quickly signed on to help us promote the event, and Exsilio Consulting Inc, Monster Cable, GC Pro and others have supported the idea through sponsorships.”

Presenting sponsor Exsilio Consulting, builders of custom Windows and Web applications using Microsoft technologies, has chosen to support Decompress as a launching platform for its entry into the audio industry. Exsilio is now working with MATK to introduce custom tools for business intelligence and analytics to audio companies seeking a competitive advantage.

The AES After-Party is free with RSVP or an AES Badge from 8PM – 12AM or $10 at the door. Guests are welcome to stay after midnight once they have entered Temple during the party; Temple closes at 2AM.

Located only a few blocks from the Moscone Convention Center, Temple Nightclub has been selected as the site for the event. It is one of three “sustainable” clubs in the world. DJ/Producer and local music activist Paul Hemming conceived the space as an entertainment complex that is environmentally friendly.

Glow Marketing LLC
www.glowmarketing.com

NewBay Media LLC
www.nbmedia.com

MATK Corporation
www.davehampton.com