Like all of you, we at Mix were shocked and horrified by thehijackings and unspeakable carnage in New York City, Washington, D.C.and Pennsylvania. We hope the families and friends of the victims willfind peace and solace in the days and months ahead.
The goal of terrorism is to disrupt and change behavior. As a resultof this week’s events, we may need to raise our levels of vigilance,but we cannot and should not let wanton acts of aggression alter ourlives. The Audio Engineering Society made the right decision inpostponing the September AES Convention, which will now take place atNew York’s Javits Convention Center from Friday, November 30, toMonday, December 3, 2001.
Unfortunately, the New York AES-themed issue of Mix was sent topress the weekend before the terrorist attacks and we were unable tochange the content before it shipped. This also includes the Octoberissue’s second volume, our annual AES New Products Guide–with morethan 350 new technology debuts.
In the spirit of the show, we are putting the guide online now,under “Site Features”, and we invite you to use it to check out what’snew and visit manufacturer Web sites for a pre-show preview.
We look forward to seeing you in New York at AES this November.
Editorial Director, Mix Magazine