AES United Kingdom Section Event – Game Audio Technology with Criterion Games

Register Here Join the audio team of Electronic Arts’ Criterion Games as they discuss the future of game audio technology. Your host for the event – Dr Alexander Horowitz (Audio Director) – will be joined by a panel of four industry experts, including: Adam Philp (Senior Software Engineer), Gaetan Lourmiere (Senior Technical Audio Designer), Sean… Continue reading AES United Kingdom Section Event – Game Audio Technology with Criterion Games

AES San Francisco Section Event – AI and the Audio Professional

Register Here The AES San Francisco is inviting you for a live discussion among some of our Section Committee members – and you, the Audio Pro. Panelists will include audio engineer David Bowles, engineer / producer Nahuel Bronzini, composer / synthesist Julius Dobos, audio director Ken Felton, immersive audio specialist Eric Foreman, audio technology innovator… Continue reading AES San Francisco Section Event – AI and the Audio Professional

AES San Francisco Section Event – Experimental Music Panel Discussion and Performance

Register Here Panel Discussion A diverse set of music experts and practicing musicians will be sharing their unique viewpoints on what experimental music is in 2024, what kind of creative approaches they are applying to push the boundaries of the art form, what the future holds for experimental musicians, and more. The panelists will discuss,… Continue reading AES San Francisco Section Event – Experimental Music Panel Discussion and Performance

AES Atlanta Section Event – EQ Shootout

Register Here Have you been curious about how plugins compare to analogue gear, or how different your analogue EQ sounds compared to others? Are you wondering what outboard EQ you might want to buy?  Join us at Mount Paran Christian School’s LeFevre SoundLab on July 25th to take a listen to some legendary EQs from… Continue reading AES Atlanta Section Event – EQ Shootout

AES United Kingdom Section Event – Analogue Voltage Controlled Amplifiers/Attenuators (VCAs): A Gentle Introduction

Register Here How on earth did we electronically vary the amplitude of an audio signal before Digital Signal Processing (DSP)?  In the digital domain varying the amplitude of an audio signal is simple. You simply multiply the sample value by a coefficient. For example, “0.5” , “0.01”, “0. 007”, etc… and the job is done.… Continue reading AES United Kingdom Section Event – Analogue Voltage Controlled Amplifiers/Attenuators (VCAs): A Gentle Introduction

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