The Audio Engineering Society’s (AES) Toronto chapter will meet tonight at Ryerson University to present a review of the most important papers, workshops, and exhibits from the recent AES 141 International Convention.
John Vanderkooy is back once again to give the review of the papers presented at this year’s AES convention. For those who couldn’t attend the conventions, this is an excellent opportunity to get an overview of the papers presented in an informative and digestible format.
John will be discussing papers ranging from the forensics of gunshots, the teaching of audio to prospective students in the field, how to detect a cheating lossless encoder, new attitudes to headphones, some new transducer ideas, and how to reduce wind noise in arrays.
Joining John will be Jeff Bamford, Ron Lynch, and Alan Clayton.
When: Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Where: Ryerson University, RCC 204, Eaton Theatre,
80 Gould Street, Toronto, ON
The Ryerson University Communications Building is located at the corner of Gould and Church, east of Yonge Street – Dundas Subway. For parking info and map, go to www.ryerson.ca/parking.