AES Dedicates a Track to Audio Product Design

Topics include iPhone sound design, grounding and IEEE 802.1 AVB
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A new track at the upcoming AES show will serve people interested in audio product design.

The Product Design Track chair is Bob Moses. He’s a product design consultant and IC program manager for THAT Corp.

Topics include “Grounding & Shielding: Circuits & Interference,” “iPhone Sound Design,” “AES 42 and Digital Microphones,” “Licensing Third-Party Technology,” “Designing Microphone Preamplifiers” and “An Overview of Audio System Grounding and Interfacing.”

Other sessions delve into noise problems, semantic audio, networking for audio, high-resolution computer audio and IEEE 802.1 audio/video bridging or AVB.

The convention is in San Francisco in October. Here’s a link to the show’s preliminary calendar.


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