The AES 2021 election has begin for the next group of officers and governors to contribute to leadership of the Society. Two proposed AES Bylaws amendments will also be on the ballot. Voting will be online only, ending Friday, July 2, 2021 at 5:00 PM EDT.
The Audio Engineering Society is pleased to announce the incoming Officers and Governors following the 2021 Board of Directors and Board of Governors elections. The Society’s membership has elected AES’s Standards Committee Chair for the past decade, Bruce Olson, as President-Elect. Additionally, Jorge M. Azama has been elected as Vice President Latin America Region; Kazuhiko… Continue reading AES 2021 Election Results
The Audio Engineering Society has announced the adoption and publication of AES75-2022
The Society’s membership has elected Leslie Gaston-Bird, as President-Elect.
The Audio Engineering Society’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion committee, in partnership with global built environment consulting firm Arup, is pleased to announce the Diversity in Audio Scholarship. This scholarship will support underrepresented voices in the industry and provide an opportunity for students to connect with and learn from leaders in the profession. “We are proud… Continue reading AES DEI and Arup Partner on Diversity in Audio Scholarship
The AES mourns the passing of Garry Margolis, an influential figure in professional audio who was noted for his substantial contributions to both the industry and the AES.
New York, NY, January 17, 2023 — The AES welcomes Bruce Olson as President for 2023, the Society’s 75th anniversary year. Olson, whose term of service began on January 1, is an AES Fellow whose decades of active service to the Society have helped shape international audio standards and practices, while he has further contributed… Continue reading The Audio Engineering Society Welcomes Bruce Olson as President