Posts Tagged ‘AES’
Now that the dust has settled on the inaugral Up Your Output! AES student event, we were contacted by Nikolay Georgiev, this year’s Chairman of the Student Event Subcommittee.
Alongside other industry manufacturers such as Prism, Canford and Focusrite, Calrec took an Artemis console to the SAE in London in March. Over 80 students attended [...]
With only 10 exhibitors and 805 attendees, the 132nd AES Convention in Budapest last month has been described by AES Executive Director Bob Moses as “the most intimate, yet intensive” event in the organisation’s history. “Budapest exceeded our expectations as a distinctive site for our 2012 European convention. We attracted a number of eastern European [...]
The New York AES has always been a worthwhile show, much different in look and feel from the European AES event. So having just finished our first AES since 2009, how was it?
First the industry view; Jack Kontney, writing on this year’s AES on the BE website and in BE’s excellent Audio Technology Update, said:
I’ve heard [...]
This weekend we have a crack team of carefully selected, hand picked Calrec folk at the AES show in New York City.
And while the AES is in town we figured we would try something a little different, a social experiment if you will. Which is why for the duration of the show we will be [...]
How would you fancy a one-to-one with Ray Dolby, or Les Paul or Bob Ludwig? Or getting Phil Ramone on your phone to talk you through music production?
Well, the AES (FREE entry here!) has sorted you out with the next best thing through their Oral History Project.
We were alerted to this via Mix Magazine. With the 131st [...]