The The AES New York 2022 Academy Stage will feature 2 days of premium Q&A’s, Panels and workshops, including Warren Huart, Headliner Magazine, The META Alliance and partner sessions from IMES, Meyer Sound, Qualcomm and Sonorworks.
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How do we get into the groove? How do we create that indelible performance that instinctively moves you?
The METAlliance (Music Engineering and Technology Alliance) is composed of top award-winning audio engineers/producers Chuck Ainlay, Frank Filipetti, George Massenburg, Elliot Scheiner and Niko Bolas, who, based on their new book titled “Recording & Mixing Drums, Contrasting Techniques from Seven Lifetimes of Recording Experience,” bring their combined knowledge and experience to AES New York 2022 with a specialist panel on recorded music production, starting with recording and mixing drums.
Panelists: Chuck Ainlay, Elliot Scheiner, Frank Filipetti, George Massenburg, Niko Bolas
Hosted by Bob McCarthy with guests Tony Meola and Daniel Lundberg
Technology is changing how modern audiences experience audio visual recordings in exciting and revolutionary ways. The effective management of legacy media archives is essential for that content to be available to both current and future generations. This panel will discuss practical tools, techniques, and technology that have greatly advanced media archive management, as well as discussion on Ai/ML, automation, digital and physical storage and more.
Panelists: Murat Aktar (President /Partner of Sterling Sound), Jimmy Douglass (4 time Grammy Award winning recording engineer and producer), Rory Kaplan (IMES). Moderated by Marc-Dieter Einstmann (IMES Nashville Studio Manager)
With Warren Huart (Producer, Musician & Owner of Produce Like A Pro), Jack Douglas (Musician, Composer, Arranger, Audio Engineer, Producer)
After measuring over 7000 headphones spanning over 800 different models, we have made an overview of the current state of headphone sound. The data reveals that there is no common ground when it comes to headphone sound. Why is there such a huge difference? Is it for the benefit of the consumer, the recording industry, manufacturers or is everyone just lost in the circle of confusion? What do the end users want from headphone sound?
In his presentation, Helmuts Bems CEO of Sonarworks will look into lessons learned from big data collected on headphone sound and consumer preference targets. He will present a perspective on optimal headphone sound targets based on preference data collected from over 150 000 consumers.
Presenter - Helmuts Bems, Co-founder and CEO of Sonarworks
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