AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium: Live & Studio Returns in 2019

Building on last year’s inaugural event, the four-day international symposium returns to Anaheim, CA, to run concurrently with the 2019 NAMM Show.
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Following its successful premiere at last year’s NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, the Audio Engineering Society has announced the return of AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium, Live & Studio, in 2019, 2020 and 2021.

Being held concurrently with the 2019 NAMM Show, January 24–27, in the Anaheim Hilton Hotel’s NAMM U Education Center, adjacent to the pro audio exhibit space, the symposium will offer a combination of hands-on training, technical presentations and expert presenters and panelists for four days of in-depth experience in the fields of sound reinforcement and recording studio technology.

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The call for contributions is out for those looking to get involved as a presenter at the upcoming events in a variety of areas within the realm of audio engineering. Submission information is available at AESatNAMM.com.

This year’s AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium Program features a series of expert-level technical presentations, training academies and related sessions covering line-array technologies, live-sound mixing consoles, microphones, digital audio networking, wireless systems and studio environments. 

AES@NAMM Education Team-Up Extended Through 2021, May 18, 2018

Mark Frink, director of program & content and manager, live sound content, is leading an experienced group of program organizers including Charlie Hughes, manager, scientific & technical content, and Bobby Owsinski, manager, studio recording content. Also assisting are Anthony Schultz, manager, studio technology track; Bob Lee, manager, Digital Audio Networking Academy; Bing Lin, contributor, Chinese language content; and Juan de Dios Martin, contributor, Spanish language content.

Mark Frink (center), director of program & content and manager, live sound content, heads the team of AES@NAMM 2019 program organizers. The team includes Charlie Hughes, manager, scientific & technical content (left) and Bobby Owsinski, manager, studio recording content (right).

Mark Frink (center), director of program & content and manager, live sound content, heads the team of AES@NAMM 2019 program organizers. The team includes Charlie Hughes, manager, scientific & technical content (left) and Bobby Owsinski, manager, studio recording content (right).

Choose Your Track

AES@NAMM events train attendees in a variety of professional audio engineering disciplines. Over 200 sessions offer up-to-the-minute information and career-enhancing inspiration through tutorial sessions, workshops and hands-on training organized into topical academies. Joining the lineup for 2019 are Microphone Applications Academy and Digital Audio Networking Academy events, alongside AES@NAMM 2018’s popular Live Mixing Console Academy, Line Array Loudspeaker Academy, Studio Recording Technology Academy and Entertainment Wireless Academy.

Additional sessions cover Sound System Measurement & Optimization as well as Sound for Houses of Worship: Live & Studio. Hands-on sessions incorporate professional audio equipment and product specialists drawn from the NAMM Pro Audio exhibitors’ group, along with numerous segment-leading audio professionals.

Throughout the four days of events, AES@NAMM veteran live sound engineer Robert Scovill will host Main Stage: Live Sessions, and studio engineer and author Bobby Owsinski will host Main Stage: Studio Sessions, bringing together some of the brightest minds in audio as they lend their personal insight and expertise in this popular series. Main Stage presentations offer not-to-be-missed opportunities to take your audio knowledge to the next level and learn from the engineers and innovators who best know their disciplines.

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Registration for AES@NAMM 2019 will open in late August.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to register separately for The 2019 NAMM Show at a deep discount.

Visit AESatNAMM.com for the latest information and announcements and make your plans now to attend the 2019 AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium, Live & Studio.