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AES New York Convention Registration Opens

Committee and technical program topics announced as early bird registration opens for 147th convention at the Javits Center in New York City.

Online Early Bird registration is now open for the Audio Engineering Society’s 147th International Pro Audio Convention taking place October 16 – 19 at the Javits Center in New York City.

This year’s convention will “inspire” attendees with a diverse gathering of top minds in the audio engineering industry, Technical Program presentations and events tailored to offer attendees a professional audio education and networking experience. The best housing options and registration pricing are available during Early Bird registration.

This year’s AES New York Convention is being organized by convention co-chairs Agnieszka Roginska, Valerie Tyler and Jonathan Wyner, who have assembled an expert team of Convention Committee members to hone a program covering the most talked-about topics in the industry.

The AES New York Technical Program topics and areas of study include Applications in Audio (chaired by Alex Case); Archiving and Restoration (chaired by Jessica Thompson); the Audio Builders Workshop (chaired by Owen Curtin); Audio for Cinema (chaired by John Whynot); Broadcast and Online Delivery (chaired David Bialik and assistant chair Fred Willard); Education (chaired by Magdalena Piotrowska); Game Audio & XR/Immersive & Spatial Audio (chaired by Steve Martz); Historical (chaired by Gary Gottlieb and Dan Mortensen); Networked Audio (chaired by Bob Lee); Papers (co-chaired by Areti Andreopoulou and Braxton Boren); Product Development (chaired by Scott Leslie); Recording and Production (co-chaired by Jim Kaiser, Michael Romanowski and Paul Womack); Sound Reinforcement (chaired by Henry Cohen); Student Events (chaired by Justin Chervony); and Convention Tech Tours (chaired by Jessica Livingston).

By popular request, this year’s AES New York Convention also introduces several new Technical Program Tracks, including Electronic Dance Music (co-chaired by Alexandra Bartles and Rick Snoman); Electronic Instrument Design & Applications (chaired by Michael Bierylo); and Hip-Hop and R&B (chaired by Paul Womack). Special Events co-chairs for AES New York 2019 are John Krivit and Lisa Roy.

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