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124th AES Convention Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2008

The Audio Engineering Society, now in its sixth decade, is the only professional society devoted exclusively to audio technology. Its membership of leading engineers, scientists and other authorities has increased dramatically throughout the world, greatly boosting the society's stature and that of its members in a truly symbiotic relationship. For over 50 years, the AES annual convention has been the largest gathering of audio professionals and enthusiasts on the globe, attracting delegates from over 100 countries worldwide.

The pro-audio exhibition, technical sessions, exhibitor and application seminars are but a few of the assets that visitors and participants benefit from. AES is the one event that combines exhibits with high-profile technical sessions and user seminars. In doing so, bringing together the pro-audio scientific elite, the leading manufacturers, the decision-makers and users and enthusiasts from around the world.

Morten Lindberg from Lindberg Lyd was invited to contribute in two workshops at this year's convention in Amsterdam.

 

AES workshop - WOW, THIS SOUNDS GREAT!

Monday, May 19, 16:30 — 18:00
WOW, THIS SOUNDS GREAT!

Chair:
Christian Hugonnet, Independent Audio Consultant

Panelists:
Morten Lindberg, 2L (Lindberg Lyd)
George Massenburg, GML Inc.
Eirik Solheim, NRK – Norwegian Broadcasting
Helmut Voitl, Film Director

Abstract:
What parameters do we have and do/will our children have to say this in the age of MP3, Skype, and general data-reduction? Does high-quality audio have a future? Will new high-resolution music-only formats ever be a commercial success? Is generally the sensitivity for intricacies and detail, for dynamics and resolution deteriorating? Do social developments have an impact on this situation? What is the effect of increasing environmental acoustic pollution? What are our criteria for “quality”?

These and other questions will be discussed by a panel of experts with an acute sensitivity for those changes and a fascinating insight into this development.

AES workshop - WOW, THIS SOUNDS GREAT!

Eirik Solheim, Morten Lindberg, George Massenburg, Helmut Voitl and Christian Hugonnet

AES workshop - WOW, THIS SOUNDS GREAT!

AES workshop - MIX NEW YEAR’S CONCERT

Tuesday, May 20, 13:00 — 17:00
MIX YOUR OWN NEW YEAR’S CONCERT

Chair:
Florian Camerer, ORF – Austrian TV

Panelists:
Jean-Marie Geijsen, Polyhymnia
Morten Lindberg, 2L (Lindberg Lyd)
Ronald Prent, Galaxy Studios
Josef Schütz, ORF Radio

Abstract:
A selection of experienced mixers with different backgrounds (classical music, pop, rock) have about 5-7 minutes to set up a 5-channel mix of the current New Year’s Concert with the original multitrack recording. The audience will be able to witness the individual approaches to that task. A second session (30 minutes later) will compare those mixes all aligned so that on-the-fly switching is possible. The different approaches and results will be discussed.

AES workshop - MIX NEW YEAR’S CONCERT

Florian Camerer and Morten Lindberg

AES workshop - MIX NEW YEAR’S CONCERT

Florian Camerer and Morten Lindberg

AES workshop - MIX NEW YEAR’S CONCERT