129th AES Convention Workshop Co-Chair David Bowles
The AES announces 20 Workshop presentations that will build upon the 129th AES Convention’s “Bridge to the Future” theme for the November 4-7 program at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The agenda will address issues that directly impact work techniques and livelihoods.
“Workshop Co-Chairs David Bowles and Mike Wells have developed a content-heavy curriculum designed to inform and inspire both seasoned and aspiring professionals,” says Convention Committee Co-Chair, Jim McTigue. “The time and energy they devoted to this lineup are evident in every event.”
“Our goal was to seek topics with the potential for deeper influence on future thinking,” Bowles says. “Our presenters have impeccable credentials and the perspective to support their ideas.”
129th AES Convention Workshops include “Rethinking the Digital Audio Workstation,” moderated by Michael Hlatky (accessive tools GmbH); “Wireless Audio Streaming,” moderated by audio consultant Gary Spittle;
“The Challenge Of Producing Blu-ray,” moderated by Stefan Bock (MSM Munich); “How Does It Sound Now? The Evolution Of Audio,” moderated by Gary Gottlieb (Webster University); “Live Monitoring and Latency with Digital Audio Networks,” moderated by Umberto Zanghieri (ZP Engineering); and “Developing An Exit Strategy for the Loudness Wars,” moderated by Martin Walsh (DTS Inc.).
Additional Workshops include “Applications for High-Quality Audio Over Long-Distance Networks,” “Paths to High-Resolution Downloads,” “The Return To Quality In Audio Production,” “Audio System Coverage for Auditoria and Cinemas,” “AES 42 and Digital Microphones” and “The Future Is Tactile: How Does Whole-Body Vibration Affect Perception of Binaural Audio Over Headphones?”
129th AES Convention Workshop Co-Chair Mike Wells
“Workshops represent the very heart of the AES Convention,” says Co-Chair Mike Wells. “We’ve made every effort to provide this year’s program with genuinely indispensable presentations, which are unavailable anywhere else.”