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Attendees take part in hands-on Live Console Training sessions during AES Academy 2020, led by Mike Bangs, Live Sound/Touring Manager, Allen & Heath USA.

Shown L – R: John Storyk, Eddie Kramer and Elliot Scheiner lead their Control Room Academy Masterclass event on the evolution of studio design at AES Academy 2020.

Audio Engineer Brad Divens shares FOH mixing techniques in a Main Stage: Live event during AES Academy 2020.

 


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


AES Academy Boasts Sold-Out Registration and Membership
Response, Looks Ahead to 2020 Events


— The intensive four-day series of AES Academy educational and training events proves popular with audio engineers, musicians, students and attendees aiming to hone their skills in a variety of audio applications —


New York, NY, February 10, 2020 — The Audio Engineering Society has recently wrapped up its first Academy event of the year – the AES Academy at the 2020 NAMM Show, which hosted a sold-out crowd of attendees for four days of programming designed especially for AES members and those looking to both advance their careers and experience what the Audio Engineering Society has to offer. Taking place January 16 – 19 in Anaheim, CA, AES Academy sessions offered insight into live sound, recording and audio education, as well as networking events and more, as the AES kicked off its 2020 events and looks forward to the AES Worship Sound Academy in Nashville, TN, March 10 – 11, and the AES Vienna 148th International AES Convention, taking place May 25 – 28.

Offering an in-depth educational look at the latest production tools and techniques, AES Academy hosted over 100 sessions featuring expert-led instruction and discussions on Line Arrays, Entertainment Wireless Technology, In-Ear Monitoring, Recording Studio Technology and Applications, Microphones: Studio and Live, Electronic Dance Music, Sound System Measurement and Optimization, Sound for House of Worship, Audio Education, Audio Careers, Audio Science & Technology, and a popular series of hands-on Live Console training events. Additional activities included a Diversity and Inclusion Mixer, an Audio Educators Reception, and an AES Member Appreciation event, which brought together dozens of AES members and invited guests to meet and network with peers. The AES also hosted an exhibition floor booth during the four days of the NAMM Show, offering information about AES activities and benefits, and an opportunity to register or renew memberships onsite.

The AES invites all industry professionals, students and enthusiasts to join us at Audio Engineering Society local, regional and international events throughout the year. Visit aes.org/events for the latest information and updates.


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Photo Caption 1: Attendees take part in hands-on Live Console Training sessions during AES Academy 2020, led by Mike Bangs, Live Sound/Touring Manager, Allen & Heath USA.

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Photo Caption 2: Shown L – R: John Storyk, Eddie Kramer and Elliot Scheiner lead their Control Room Academy Masterclass event on the evolution of studio design at AES Academy 2020.

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Photo Caption 3: Audio Engineer Brad Divens shares FOH mixing techniques in a Main Stage: Live event during AES Academy 2020.

About the Audio Engineering Society
The Audio Engineering Society, celebrating over 70 years of audio excellence, now counts over 12,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. Currently, its members are affiliated with 90 AES professional sections and more than 120 AES student sections around the world. Section activities include guest speakers, technical tours, demonstrations and social functions. Through local AES section events members experience valuable opportunities for professional networking and personal growth. For additional information, visit aes.org.

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