This year’s 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco (October 27-29) introduces the Project Studio Expo—a free event, open to the public, featuring exhibits and a rich roster of seminars and clinics. Focused on leading-edge project studio technology, and developed in partnership with Sound On Sound magazine and Electronic Musician Executive Editor Craig Anderton, the Project Studio Expo offers practical recording techniques and best practices from industry leaders. Anyone who records, mixes, or masters in a project studio can take advantage of this opportunity to listen, learn, and connect with their peers and mentors.
The seminars cover popular, “must-know” topics including studio acoustics, mixing secrets, mastering in the project studio, tracking and recording techniques for superior sound quality, making music in the iOS world, live performance with laptops, keeping the human element in the digital age, Q&A sessions, and much more.
For additional information and to register in advance, visit aes.org/ProjectStudioExpo.