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AES REVEALS 'MASTER CLASS' TOPICS FOR OCTOBER SHOW

August 2, 2007
AES REVEALS 'MASTER CLASS' TOPICS FOR OCTOBER SHOW

Audio post sound professionals will want to check out the  "Advanced Ideas & Techniques in High Definition Surround Music Post Production for Film & TV" class in which Ken Hahn, co-owner of New York post house Sync Sound, will cover a number of critical topics. Hahn's agenda includes: how to achieve 5.1/stereo/mono compatible mixes; the reasons for working at a fixed monitoring level; how to achieve a mix that satisfies both client and engineer; audio post tools of the trade; dealing with delivery specs and how they dictate workflow; and, is louder really better?

Other Master Class topics include: The Art and Science of Making and Playing Great Recordings; Hard Earned Design Secrets; From Rough Mix to "Yogi"; Vintage Microphone Mystique; and Audio Interconnections.

Alan Silverman is serving as Master Class chair this year. He is principal and mastering engineer at Arf! Mastering, a Manhattan facility specializing in high-resolution audio. 

The AES 123rd Convention will be held at New York City's Jacob Javits Center October 5-8, 2007.