The AES Los Angeles Section announced its October 30, 2001, meeting,"An Evening with...John Eargle."
Eargle will focus on multichannel miking, production and masteringtechniques for classical releases, using sound examples from hisextensive experience, including new DVD-A and SACD release formats.
In addition to engineering and producing numerous releases forartists/ensembles such as Carol Rosenberger, Bella Davidovitch, theSeattle Symphony, the London Symphony, the New York Chamber Orchestra,Etta James and many others, Eargle is an honorary member and pastnational president of the AES, a senior member of the IEEE, and amember of the Acoustical Society of America, the Society of MotionPicture and Television Engineers, the National Academy of RecordingArts & Sciences, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts &Sciences.
The meeting will be held at the Sportsmen's Lodge, located at 12825Ventura Blvd. at Coldwater Canyon, Studio City. It will begin with asocial at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 and the meeting at 8.Dinner cost is $20, or $15 with an advance reservation.
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