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"Afterglow" Returns to AES

by David Goggin communication arcs
10/11/2017

Pro Audio's Premier Recording Industry After-Party
 
 
Afterglow is pro audio's premier recording industry after-party, taking place each year at the AES Convention. This year the annual convention returns to New York City and promises to bring together music's brightest engineers and producers from around the world.

Afterglow at Sear Sound, 6pm, Thursday, October 19, 2017
353 W 48th St., New York, NY 10036

Now in its 9th year, Afterglow convenes at Sear Sound, the legendary NYC recording studio founded in 1963. Guests will enjoy exclusive demo sessions by some of pro audio's most prestigious equipment manufacturer representatives, listen and track a live performance featuring Gotye's Ondioline Orchestra presenting a tribute to Jean-Jacques Perrey, and mix & mingle with recording industry professionals.
 
 
 Pictured is Gotye and the Ondioline Orchestra presenting a tribute to Jean-Jacques Perrey. Photo by Anna Webber

Afterglow partners include Vintage King, AVID, RETRO, Antelope Audio, Barefoot Sound, Prism Sound, AVN|SYS, EZ Acoustics, NAMM Tec Awards, Advanced Systems Group, G-Technology, Universal Audio, AirGigs, Miloco Studios, Soyuz Microphones, SonicScoop, Gearslutz, The Recording Connection and more.

ABOUT AFTERGLOW
Founded in 2009, Afterglow @ AES has taken place at New York's Platinum Sound, Electric Lady, and Chung King studios, at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, at San Francisco's Studio Trilogy, and in Los Angeles at The Standard Hotel's rooftop, overlooking the scenic downtown skyline.

http://aesafterglow.org/
 
 

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