The 135th Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention will be held in New York, NY, on October 17–20. The event brings together thousands of audio professionals who will explore the latest in products and technologies.
We’ll be there, too, introducing our readers to a newly redesigned audioXpress magazine that will debut with the November issue.
The redesign will offer a new layout, more pages, and expanded content catering to a variety of reader interests. Those interests include acoustics and applications ranging from vintage equipment repairs to building guitar FX pedals and innovations in professional audio.
Intrigued? Then stop by our booth (number 2560) at the AES convention to find out more. We’d appreciate the time. After all, there will be a lot to distract you at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Audio professionals come to the convention for its four days of workshops, masters classes, skills training, research discussions, and more—including special events that explore audio industry innovations and frontiers.
In 2011, the convention drew more than 350 businesses and 18,000 attendees to New York. According to the AES, business participants ranged from boutique enterprises to Fortune 500 companies. Their array of specialties included commercial recording, broadcasting, film and video production, audiovisual computing software, Internet audio, and more.
This year’s convention will also offer some new attractions, including a “Sound for Picture” workshop featuring Emmy and Oscar winners. Visit www.aes.org to learn more.
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