AES Celebrates 75th Anniversary at AES NY 2023

AES celebrates 75 years of audio innovation at AES NY 2023 with a comprehensive selection of workshops, panel discussions, demonstrations, tours, and more.

The highly anticipated technical program lineup for the Audio Engineering Society’s (AES) NY 2023 Convention has been announced, highlighted by renowned hip-hop pioneer Hank Shocklee’s confirmation as the event’s keynote speaker.

AES NY 2023, the 155th AES International Convention, will take place October 25-27 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.

The AES NY 2023 tech program features more than 250 audio professionals delivering hours of tutorials, workshops, and papers sessions across tracks that span the breadth of audio technology and applications. That includes nine hours of programming on immersive and spatial audio with topics that include “Beam Me Up, Scotty: Transporting Musicians to Virtual Environments,” and “Dimensions of Immersive Audio Experience,” along with six hours of AI-focused sessions that include “AI for Multitrack Music Mixing,” and “Artificial Intelligence in Audio: Staying Ahead of the Law.”

“This year’s convention gives us a unique opportunity to celebrate our past while looking forward to an innovative future in the industry,” said Convention Co-Chair Michael Hagen.

Session highlights include “Barbie Goes to AES,” “The Future of Podcasts,” “Tiny Desk Arrives at AES,” the return of the “Recoding Academy Producers & Engineers Wing: Songs That Changed My Life,” and a tour of Geffen Hall, along with additional tech tours and skill-building workshops.

2023 is a year of celebration honoring the 75th anniversary of the AES as well as the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. AES NY 2023 attendees can participate in special celebratory sessions with noteworthy speakers providing insights into the history that led to these milestones.

“We are excited about this year’s range of sessions and speakers. Whether you’re a student or a seasoned professional, there really is something for everyone,” said Convention Co-Chair Jeanne Montalvo.

Exhibits+ registration, always free for members and just $25 with advance online registration for non-members, includes access to AES & NAB Exhibit Halls, exhibit hall stages, demo rooms, special events, and networking opportunities.

For the complete convention experience, All Access registration adds the technical program’s comprehensive slate of workshops, tutorials, paper presentations, and panel discussions.

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