Alex Case will take the helm of the Audio Engineering Society as its new president, the society announced this week. He takes over for John Krivit, who will now serve as immediate past president of the society.
Case will serve for a one-year term and has already volunteered on the AES board of governors as well as been a co-chair of the AES membership committee, former chair of the education committee and a member of the committee for recording technology and practice, according to a release. He is also an AES fellow and a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America.
He is also an educator and currently serves as an associate professor of sound recording technology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He has also written more than 100 industry articles and two books.
“The greatest strength of the Audio Engineering Society is its membership,” Case said in a release. “The diversity and depth of knowledge and professionalism in our membership is what makes the society unique. Serving that membership with opportunities to grow and thrive is the AES’s highest calling.”