AES Master Class/Tutorial Co-Chair Conrad Cooke
The Audio Engineering Society announces its lineup of Master Classes and Tutorials for the 129th Convention in San Francisco’s Moscone Center from November 4-7, 2010. “In the chain of events which comprise the 129th AES Convention, Master Class and Tutorial sessions are two of the most significant links,” says Convention Co-Chair, Jim McTigue. “Tutorials provide introductory-level insights into topics with a broad appeal. Master Classes engage senior industry members in discussions on significant technical issues. Master Class/Tutorial Co-Chairs Conrad Cooke and Vene Garcia have coordinated a particularly relevant program for this year’s event.”
Master Classes include “High Resolution Computer Audio,” presented by Keith O. Johnson; “Hybrid Mixing: A Step-By-Step Class On Mixing the All-American Rejects’ Hit Single, ‘Gives You Hell,'” presented by Eric Valentine; “Perception and Subjective Evaluation of Audio Signals,” presented by David Griesinger; and “DSP—Why So Hard?” presented by Peter Eastty.
AES Master Class/Tutorial Co-Chair Jose (Vene) Garcia
Tutorials include “Networking for Audio Applications,” presented by Kevin Gross; “iPhone Sound Design—Lessons Learned,” presented by Jeff Essex; “The iPod Generation—Audio Artifacts the Consumer is Listening To,” presented by Ian Corbett; “ImmersAV—’Infinite-Channel’ Surround Sound with HD Video, A New Entertainment Format,” presented by Robert B. Schulein; “Equalization—Are You Getting the Most Out Of This Humble Effect?” presented by Alex U. Case; “Managing Tinnitus As a Working Audio Professional,” presented by Neil Cherian, M.D.; “Damping Room Low-Frequency Acoustics (Passive & Active),” presented by Reza Kashani and Jim Wischmeyer; “Loudspeaker and Headphones—Diagnostics of Sound Radiation,” presented by Wolfgang Klippel; “Spatial Audio Reproduction—From Theory to Production,” presented by Frank Melchior; “Comparative Listening—What Can We Really Hear?” presented by Eric Valentine; “Analysis and Modeling of the dbx 902 De-Esser,” presented by Aaron Wishnick; and “Do-It-Yourself Semantic Audio,” presented by Joern Loviscach.
“Tutorials and Master Classes provide an invaluable opportunity for sharing information on functionality shifts in our communal environment,” says Convention Co-Chair Valerie Tyler. “Vene Garcia and Conrad Cooke have developed a masterful program designed to provide attendees with real-world solutions, and considerable food for thought. We greatly appreciate the time and energy they have devoted to this effort.”