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AES Dublin Advance Registration Closes Today

Comprehensive AES Europe convention is planned for later this month.

New York, NY (March 8, 2019)—With the AES Dublin International Pro Audio Convention less than two weeks away, advance registration ends today.

AES Dublin will take place March 20 – 23 at the Dublin Convention Centre in Ireland.

AES Members receive additional discounts through online advance registration, with even deeper discounts for student members. One- and two-day All Access registration options are also available, and AES members can register for a complimentary Product Showcase badge.

The four-day All Access badge offers entry to the comprehensive technical program of workshops, tutorials, papers, special events and the three-day product showcase and professional sound expo. Product Showcase badges let attendees explore the hardware and software on display by AES Dublin sponsors, attend the opening ceremonies and other special events, and participate in the professional sound expo theater sessions covering recording, audio networking, broadcast audio and post-production/sound for picture.

Wallaszkovits Steps Up as AES President

The event will feature the AES’s first-ever Diversity and Inclusion Committee Town Hall Meeting in Europe. “The AES’ newly formed Diversity and Inclusion Committee has been hard at work with a variety of initiatives” says AES Governor and AES D&I Chair Leslie Gaston-Bird. “The committee strives to ensure diversity in the AES worldwide and the audio industry as a whole by improving accessibility, welcoming diverse genres, embracing emergent audio fields and research, and radiating inclusiveness to all races, gender and gender identities, physical abilities, ages, and nationalities.”

The Diversity and Inclusion Town Hall will focus on gender equality in the audio engineering industry, highlighting recent activities surrounding the United Nations’ HeForShe campaign and the related work spearheaded by Town Hall moderator Mariana Lopez, University of York and AES Dublin Co-Chair. “It is a chance to learn about those activities and to add your voice to the conversation,” says Gaston-Bird.

Joining Lopez and Gaston-Bird on the Town Hall stage will be AES President Nadja Wallaszkovits, AES President-Elect Agnieszka Roginska, AES Vice President Latin American Region Cesar Lamschtein, Big Bear Audio founder Charlie Slee, and iZotope Education Director Jonathan Wyner.

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