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Audio-Technica Presenting “Ask Me Anything” Sessions At 137th AES Convention

Informative for audiences of in-person AES convention attendees as well as online worldwide

By PSW Staff October 7, 2014

Audio-Technica will be hosting several “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) question-and-answer sessions at its exhibition booth (1301) at the upcoming 137th AES Convention in Los Angeles later this week.

Sessions are scheduled for two days of the convention—Friday, October 10, and Saturday, October 11—with guests including Dave Pensado and Herb Trawick of Pensado’s Place, Joe Chiccarelli, Michael Beinhorn, Ryan Hewitt, Curt Bisquera, Joe Barresi, Matt McArthur and Frank Klepacki. 
 
Schedule (All Times Pacific):

Friday, October 10
1 pm: Ryan Hewitt – Grammy Award-winning engineer, mixer, producer (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sheryl Crow, Avett Brothers)
2 pm: Michael Beinhorn – producer, engineer (Hole, Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson)
3 pm: Joe Barresi – producer, mixer, engineer (Monster Magnet, Slipknot, Nine Inch Nails)
4 pm: Matt McArthur – executive director of The Record Company
 
Saturday, October 11
11 am: Joe Chiccarelli – Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer (Elton John, U2, White Stripes)
1 pm: Dave Pensado and Herb Trawick – co-hosts of Pensado’s Place
3 pm: Curt Bisquera – drummer (Bonnie Raitt, Sarah McLachlan, soundtracks for Bourne Supremacy and Despicable Me)
4 pm: Frank Klepacki – audio director, engineer, composer, performer (film and TV work for Lucasarts, Hasbro, Top Gear, Pawn Stars, others)
 
“Ask Me Anything” questions are fed to the presenters through a moderator during a 30-minute Q&A session. Questions can be submitted by individuals present at AES booth 1301; online at www.livestream.com (free registration); and by Twitter #ATliveAES. 

In addition, individuals may watch during and after the event at www.audio-technica.com/AES2014 (also accessible from A-T’s website or Facebook page). 

“This is our second year featuring live-streaming ‘AMA’-style sessions at AES. Past sessions have proven to be both educational and wildly entertaining. With the ability to ‘virtually attend’ the event, people at home can get a true taste of the show and have the ability to ask some of the most famous and infamous professionals in our industry literally anything. Well you can asking anything, but they don’t officially have to answer everything,” jokes Gary Boss, Audio-Technica marketing director.

More specifics are here.

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