The AES Convention, the world-renowned Pro Audio event, is growing. This year, new exhibition areas and more training sessions on all topics, ranging from studio production to audio broadcasting, live sound to VR audio, up to Broadway events and more
The Audio Engineering Society has begun to announce details for the upcoming AES New York Convention in October, Including some of the initial offerings granted for both free Exhibits-Plus and Premium All Access badge-holding attendees. This year’s 143rd International AES Convention will be the must-attend meeting place and gear exhibition for seasoned professionals and first-time attendees alike, offering four days of intense audio research presentations, workshop and tutorials, as well as three days of the largest
dedicated pro audio gear exhibition of the year. The convention will also see the return of the popular series of exhibition floor Expo events, including the Project Studio Expo and Live Sound Expo, and the debut of the Broadcast Audio Expo, Broadway Sound Expo, a new software@aes pavilion and a series of Mix with the Masters Mixing Workshops.
As software continues to play an ever-increasing role in audio recording, production and delivery, the AES has integrated a dedicated software@aes pavilion into the AES New York Convention in partnership with IMSTA (International Music Software Trade Association). This new showcase will feature leading software manufacturers and developers of DAW’s, plug-ins, virtual instruments, apps and technology through series of product demonstrations and special presentations.
Covering one of the fastest-growing segments in both professional and consumer audio, the two-day Audio 4 VR Expo will focus on product demonstration sessions and updates continuing forward from the 2016 Audio Engineering Society AVAR International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality.
In addition, new sections will address very important topics such as broadcast audio in networking, radio and TV studios, external broadcasts and major events. A special insight panel will look into the current and future of AoIP and transport systems. To register at the event, simply visit the website, in the appropriate section.
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