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Broadcast Legends Celebrate FM Stereo’s Half-Century Milestone At 131st AES Convention Special Event

NEW YORK: On Friday evening, Oct. 21 a panel of legendary FM Radio engineers gathered at the Clear Channel Studios in the PC Richards & Son Theater in lower Manhattan to celebrate a half century of FM Stereo. The event was a highlight of the 131st AES Convention held earlier this month at NY’s Jacob Javits Convention Center.
Developed by the New York Section of the AES and by AES Convention Broadcast/ Streaming Events Co-Chair David Bialik, the panel was Co-chaired by Bialik and Scott Fybush of Fybush.com / Inside Radio. Participants included such iconic broadcast figures as: Richard Burden, an original member of the FM Stereo Committee; Frank Foti, Omnia Audio; Richard Mertz, Cavell and Mertz; Arno Meyer, Belar; Robert Orban, Orban; Skip Pizzi, NAB; Bill Sacks, Orban; Eric Small, Modulation Sciences; Jeff Smith, Clear Channel; and former WQXR Radio Chief Engineer, Herb Squire. more

131st AES Convention Rocks New York

131st AES Convention Rocks New York

310 Exhibitors; 15,926 Attendees; Ben Folds, Judy Collins & Perfect Weather

NEW YORK: With the successful completion of the 131st AES Convention on Sunday, Oct. 23rd, one of the most positive, pages has been writ in the annals of AES history. As 310 Exhibitors and 15,926 attendees thronged to NY’s Jacob Javits Center for the “World Series of Pro Audio,” flawless fall weather and rampant enthusiasm coalesced in a textbook example of planning and execution. “Soon after the curtains fell on last year’s event, our 2011 Committee began the first of over a dozen intensive planning meetings,” reports Convention Chair Jim Anderson. Each Chair brought an extraordinary degree of commitment, enthusiasm and professionalism to the table. The results of their labors registered rave reviews and high praise from attendees and exhibitors alike.” more

Auralex to Unveil New ProMAX Panels During AES 2011

Stand-Mounted StudioFoam Absorbers Offer Convenient, Portable Solution

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 21, 2011 — Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, will be unveiling its new ProMAX Panels — stand-mounted, portable StudioFoam absorbers — during AES 2011.

Auralex’s new ProMAX panels are designed as a portable, lightweight, yet highly effective absorption treatment for run-and-gun recording situations such as studio rentals, live events, temporary recording applications and any location where mounting acoustical treatments to the wall are not possible or ideal. more

Auralex Application Specialist to Present at AES 2011

Daniel Porter to Share Expertise on Acoustic Theory and how it Applies to Real-World Applications

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 20, 2011 — Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, will participate in PMC/Prism Sound’s Masters of Audio Series seminar during AES 2011. Auralex Application Specialist Daniel Porter will share his acoustical expertise with attendees, providing practical tips on how to handle several real-world recording and performing scenarios.

The session, titled “From the Bedroom to Dubbing Stage,” is scheduled for Saturday, October 22nd at 3:30 p.m. in Room 1E06. The session will demonstrate the importance of acoustics in any space where critical decisions are made during the creation of music. Porter will discuss a range of typical acoustical challenges (room nodes, reflections, reverberation, etc.) and the available solutions (bass trapping, absorption, diffusion and isolation) for spaces ranging from project studios to large concert venues. more

131st AES Convention Posts Lunchtime Keynote Events

ron-carter.jpegNEW YORK: “This year’s Lunchtime Keynote events will offer attendees options designed to appeal to a wide range of interests,” states Convention Chair Jim Anderson. “Our guest speakers run the gamut from mp3 innovator Karlheinz Brandenburg to celebrated jazz bassist Ron Carter and noted broadcast journalist/engineer and futurist Skip Pizzi. Each is guaranteed to provide an information-packed respite from the busy Exhibition Hall and crowded Event Presentations. Attendees are reminded to ‘bring their own lunches.’” The 131st AES Convention will be held at NYC’s Javits Center October 20-23. Lunchtime Keynotes are set for 1:15 – 2:15PM Fri.-Sun.

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Ben Folds, Up For AES Convention Conversation

ben-folds-lr-credit-pic-by-kim-tonelli.jpgRare One-On-One Interview With Innovative Artist

NEW YORK: The 131st AES Convention will host a rare one-on-one interview with international recording star Ben Folds. Set for Friday, October 21, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm, at the Jacob Javits Center, the wide-ranging dialogue will cover Folds’ career, creative influences, collaborations and, his perspective on today’s music business. Folds will also discuss (and play cuts from) his new 3-CD career retrospective, “Best Imitation of Myself.”

In 1997, worldwide sales of two million+ copies of their Whatever And Ever Amen CD, and hit ballad, Brick, rocketed Ben Folds Five to international prominence, Continuing hits like Rockin’ the Suburbs and Landed; his 2010 Lonely Avenue collaboration with noted author Nick (About A Boy) Hornsby; and regular appearances as a judge on NBC’s hit a cappella series The Sing-Off, keep Folds in the public eye. more

131st AES Convention Product Design Track: A Study In Development

NEW YORK: “While vintage gear remains a staple of our industry, new product development is the driving force behind major manufacturers and start-ups alike,” remarks 131st AES Convention Chair Jim Anderson. “The stakes for a successful product launch have never been higher. Our product design Co-Chairs, Bob Moses and Jonathan Novick have developed an insightful and far ranging program to help define issues faced by both the innovators and their market. Our Exhibition Hall is once again filled with new products. This year’s product design track will provide attendees with an in depth look into how they get from drawing board to equipment rack.”

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131st AES Convention Platinum Mastering Panel Breaks New Ground

All Star Mastering Pros To Address New Apple iTunes Producer

NEW YORK: Perhaps the most prolific mastering engineer of all time, Gateway Mastering founder Bob Ludwig, has set a standard for excellence not only with his many Grammy Award-winning credits (Bruce Springsteen, Rolling Stones, Dire Straits, etc), but with the many stellar AES Conventionaes-platinum-mastering-moderator-bob_ludwig.jpg Platinum Mastering Panels he has developed and moderated.

Ludwig’s 131st AES Convention Platinum event will break new ground with its premise: YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, WE HAVE ANSWERS: Panelists: Adam Ayan, Gateway Mastering Studios (Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails); Chris Gehringer, Sterling Sound, NYC (Lady Gaga, Nelly, Cee Lo Green); Scott Hull, Masterdisk, NYC (Sting, Lou Reed, Miles Davis); Darcy Proper, Wisseloord Studios, The Netherlands (Eric Clapton, Steely Dan); and Barak Moffitt, EVP EMI Label Group (Capitol Studios), who will provide the record label perspective on today’s mastering process. The panel will address the latest trends and techniques in mastering; the state of the record industry; the de-evolution of the opportunity for learning through apprenticeship and most importantly take a lot of questions from the audience. more

AES Educational Events: Programmed To Elucidate

Tutorials on Delay & Comb Filter; Mentoring; Career Fair; Ben Folds & Morejohn-krivit-aes-ed-chair.jpg

NEW YORK: 131st AES Convention Chair Jim Anderson reports that Education Committee Chair John Krivit has fashioned one of the conventions’ most eclectic and colorful programs. “From a one-on-one conversation with recording star Ben Folds to highly anticipated Alex Case Tutorials on Delay and Comb Filters, this year’s Education Events will cover issues totally connected to today’s generation of college level audio students,” Anderson says. Scheduled for Oct. 20-23, the Convention will be held in NY’s Jacob Javits Center. more

131st AES Convention Tech Tours Personify NYC’s Audio Diversity

From $36 Million DiMenna Center to Sear Sound & Brooklynphono
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NEW YORK: No city personifies diversity like New York. The multiplicity of recording and performing options here would be hard to match in any of the world’s great cities. AES 131st Convention Committee Chair Jim Anderson reports that Technical Tour Chair Lou Manno and Joel Spector of the AES NY Section have developed a series of tours, which dramatically illustrate the scope of NYC’s thriving pro audio community. “There is so much going on in this town that the most difficult part of the job is making a final choice,” Anderson says. “Lou and Joel have clearly got their fingers on the pulse of the city. Their selections should be of great interest to our attendees.” more

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