The Audio Engineering Society has announced that details are now online for the All Access Technical Program for October’s AES New York 2022 Convention, and Early Bird pricing is still available until Friday, September 23 for the first in-person AES international convention in three years.
More than 250 audio professionals ranging from Chuck Ainlay to Tomasz Zernicki – will deliver 100-plus new workshops, tutorials, paper presentations and other sessions, with full details now available in the schedule here.
New events listed include recording and technology sessions on a well-rounded variety of topics such as “Becoming Immersive in Music” and “Make Your Room Sound Right – Basics, Tips & Tricks,” as well as a look at “Remote Location Recording – From Here to Anywhere” and “Inspiring Creativity Through Music AI on TikTok and Beyond.” Newly announced applications in audio sessions include an examination from both production and consumer standpoints of “Trends in Audio Hardware,” which continues the convention’s new audio tech focus; a “Score Mixing Compendium,” taking a look at different approaches to mixing a film score; and a pair of sessions examining the relationship of the analog and digital domains in “Software Modeling of Historical Analog Instrument Circuits” and “Producing Electronic Music Without a Computer.”
AESShow.com is the destination for the best pricing on All Access or complimentary Exhibits+ registration through the Early Bird period. Exhibits+ registration offers two days of access to the exhibition floor, keynotes and Special Event Series sessions, Experience Stages and more, while All Access registration also lets attendees experience the tech program.
The convention will take place at the Jacob Javits Center, October 19–20, with additional training opportunities on October 18 and tech tours and networking events on October 21 and continues online, October 26–27, with a separately curated program of workshops, papers and presentations to a world-wide audience.