Hear the Who's Who of Audio Processing at AES

Hear the Who's Who of Audio Processing at AES
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Kahn? Dorrough? Foti? Caesar? Those are big names in audio processing for broadcast. All four and others will take part in a session at the upcoming AES convention.
Organizers are planning several broadcast-related sessions at the convention, slated for Oct. 10-13 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York.
"Audio Processing for Broadcast" is Saturday Oct. 11 at 11:30 a.m. with Marvin Caesar of Aphex, Rocky Graham of Dolby, Mike Dorrough of Dorrough Electronics, Leonard Kahn of Kahn Communications, Robert Reams of Neural Audio, Frank Foti of Telos/Omnia, Thomas Lund of TC Electronics and David Reaves of Translantech.
Former Sirius programmer Joe Capobianco, now of Cross-Country Communications, will moderate the session.
Other sessions include the "Rebuilding of New York Broadcasting" on Friday, Oct. 10 at 1:30 p.m. and "Digital Broadcasting in the U.S." on Sunday, Oct. 12 at noon.
Info: www.aes.org.


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