AES L.A. Meeting to Center on High-Def Audio

Jan 15, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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On January 28, 2003, the AES L.A. Section will be holding its next meeting, spotlighting advances in high-definition audio, taking a detailed look at current and future developments in 24/96 PCM-based converters, recorders and workstations, in addition to DSD-based systems that are being used on an increasing number of rock, jazz and classical music sessions.

Moderated by Mel Lambert, creative director of Media&Marketing, the panel will comprise representatives from a number of companies offering high-resolution conversion, recording and editing systems, including Apogee Electronics, Digidesign, Genex Audio, SADiE, Sony and others. Scheduled participants include Roger Robindore, manager of quality insurance, Apogee Electronics; Scott Wood, senior product manager, Post-Production, Digidesign; Kevin Brown, president, Genex Audio Inc.; Gary Rosen, VP, SADiE Inc, America; and Lon Neumann, Western manager of field operations, Sony Super Audio Compact Disc Project.

An extended question and answer session will allow audience members to quiz these individuals on the state-of-the-art in high-definition audio solutions.

For more, point your browser to www.aes.org/sections/la/.






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