1st July 2015 to 30th December 2015 09:00 AM to 11:30 PM
New sE Electronics Celebrates 15th Anniversary with Massive Giveaway

sE Electronics was founded in the year 2000, and 2015 marks their fifteenth year hand-building studio microphones and accessories such as their well-known X1, 2200a and Gemini II condenser microphones, and the now-ubiquitous Reflexion Filter® series. To celebrate these fifteen years, the company is pleased to announce their largest giveaway yet – over ninety individual giveaways throughout the rest of the year, comprised of fifteen pieces of sE gear each month from July through December 2015.

The contest is open for entry to anyone worldwide, but existing customers can earn bonus entries by sharing photos or video of their sE gear over social networks - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube - with the hashtag “#sEturnsfifteen”.

To further increase one’s odds of winning, anyone who purchases new sE equipment between July 1st and December 20th will receive additional bonus entries simply by registering their new equipment on the sE website: sE Electronics - Registration

The contest begins on July 1st , 2015, with fifteen X1 large-diaphragm condenser microphones to be given away throughout the course of the month. To read more details and enter to win, please visit the contest entry page: sE Electronics - Fifteen Years of sE - Enter To Win

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29th October 2015 to 1st November 2015 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
New AES 139th Convention

The Audio Engineering Society is set to bring the AES139 International Convention to the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City, NY, October 29 – November 1, 2015 (Conference Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, Exhibits Oct. 30 – Nov. 1). Following highly-successful conventions in Los Angeles (2014) and New York (2013), which saw increased attendance as well as the development of expanded attendee and exhibitor offerings including the Project Studio Expo, Live Sound Expo and High Resolution Audio sessions, the 139th AES Convention will bring together the world’s largest gathering of audio professionals for four days of audio technology, information, and networking. Additionally, longtime industry veterans Jim Anderson and Paul Gallo have been announced as co-chairs for the convention, each lending his own unique and storied experiences to the AES agenda this year.

From recording and production, to broadcast and streaming, game audio, live sound, post-production, sound for picture, product design and more, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from top audio industry figures while immersed in the latest research and technology through informative presentations and special events. Furthermore, the AES will once again present the year’s only dedicated professional audio-focused convention, drawing attendees from every market sector and level of involvement – from students and enthusiasts to leading professionals from every corner of the industry.

AES Executive Director Bob Moses commented, "I'm really excited that Jim Anderson and Paul Gallo have agreed to co-chair our AES139 Convention. Both are legendary in the NY recording, broadcast and pro audio communities, and we expect to hit the ball out of the park in 2015 just like we did recently in L.A. Lots of new ideas are in the works – this is going to be another great year under their leadership and with participation from our amazing exhibitors and sponsors."

This year’s 139th AES International Convention is set to offer up a number of unique presentations and events, October 29 – November 1, 2015, at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. Notable among them is the return, for its second year, of Live Sound Expo (LSE), which will bring keen insight and expert advice to live sound engineers of all types, from installed sound to Broadway to touring sound. This year’s Live Sound Expo, produced in association with Pro Sound News, offers expert advice for the broad spectrum of live sound engineers – some 25% of Convention attendees – with an emphasis on practical applications covering topics ranging from live sound in theaters, music venues and houses of worship. It will address key topics such as how the changing state of wireless audio will affect professional users, how virtual sound checks and networked audio are combining to create a more efficient workflow for live sound engineers, and live sound console and microphone design and use.

This second edition of the AES Live Sound Expo follows its highly successful debut at last year’s AES Convention in L.A. This year the LSE will be broken up topically across the three days, addressing important segments of Live Sound and Sound Reinforcement slated to include a “Broadway Day,” a "House Of Worship Sound/Fixed Install Day,” and a “Tour Sound Day” – each with dedicated programs consisting of presentations and panels featuring industry leaders. Sponsors for the LSE include Clear-Com, DiGiCo, DPA Microphones, EAW, L-Acoustics, Optocore, Sennheiser, Waves Audio and Yamaha.

Broadway Day (Friday, October 30) is devoted to live sound in the theatrical environment, with topics slated to include Theatrical Vocal Miking; Wireless Issues for Live Theater: Broadway and Beyond; Theater Sound System Design and Optimization; Theatrical Console Automation;Networking For Theater; and Theatrical Sound Design.

The Word And Music: House Of Worship Sound/Fixed Install Day (Saturday, October 31) offers a range of HOW and venue installation presentations including topics such as Speech Intelligibility: Contributing Factors; Miking Grand Piano and Choirs; Mono vs Stereo vs LCR in HOW and Fixed-Install; IEM Fundamentals and Hearing Conservation; The Future of Wireless:Now What?; and Modern Digital Mixing Console Fundamentals: A Practical and Ergonomic Approach.

Tour Sound Day (Sunday, November 1) will cover the latest in tour sound technologies and techniques, with presentations slated to include Virtual Sound Checks And Processing In A Networked Environment; Shed and Arena Loudspeaker Optimization: Pulling Big Shows Together; Choosing the Right Vocal Mic; and Talking with the Artist: Sharing the Vision.

“AES in New York was where I introduced a Live Sound Loudspeaker Networking Users Group in 1987 at the 83rd convention, and it has always been a destination for professional live sound, where it's the only pro audio trade show to address standards and professional papers,while showcasing demo rooms and new products,” stated veteran live sound engineer, writer/editor and Live Sound Expo host, Mark Frink. Adds AES Executive Director, Bob Moses,“We like to say that if it’s about audio, it’s at AES, and with the success of the Live Sound Expoand similar initiatives, we feel that this is truer than ever.”

Link : http://www.aes.org/events/139/
October 30th 10am – 6pm
October 31st 10am – 6pm
November 1st 10am – 4pm

October 28th 3pm – 7pm
October 29th 8am – 6pm
October 30th 8am – 6pm
October 31st 8am – 6pm
November 1st 8am – 4pm

October 29th 9am – 7pm
October 30th 9am – 7pm
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November 1st 9am – 6pm

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14th November 2015
New Music Expo SF 2015

Music Expo SF is Back!
OFF THE ONE has announced the second annual Music Expo SF will be held November 14, 2015 at Ex’pression College in Emeryville, CA. The event will bring together the Bay Area music community for a full*day of artists and producer keynotes & panels, hands*on recording workshops, gear exhibitions and live performances.
All musicians, producers and DJs can benefit from attending Music Expo SF. It will give you an opportunity to meet and collaborate with the best of the Bay Area. You’ll get inside tips from other artists, producers and industry experts, get your hands on the latest products and software, and finally meet with top manufacturers and developers.

Music Expo SF Founder and Executive Producer Loïc Maestracci said: “The SF Bay Area has a vibrant local music scene with many talents. We want to give an opportunity for these artists to meet with their peers and learn about the latest gear and discuss production and performance techniques during one of the 25 sessions.”
Music Expo is open to all and registration has already begun. Tickets cost $20. For a limited time, use promo code EARLYBIRD​when you register and receive a 50% discount (limited to first 50 registrations)
This year’s Music Expo SF will feature artists, producers, recording engineers, gear gurus and new this year: label managers and artist*entrepreneurs. Some of the confirmed speakers are Roger Linn, Jay*J, New Diplomat, Lenny Kiser, Terri Winston, Bob Duskis, Dusty Wakeman, Thavius Beck, Ian Hultquist, Mac Smith, Christian B, Idan Beck, Patrick Brown, Bill Mitsakos and Matt Saincome.

Some of the most iconic gear and software of the year will be featured at Music Expo SF. We are thrilled to have partnered with iZotope, Yamaha, Ex’pression College, LANDR, and Nektar!

"Music Expo SF is one of the best local events we’ve been a part of. It helped us reach new customers we continue to work with today." said Guy Taylor, Founder of I/O Music Technology.

The 2014 edition brought over 250 people to attend keynotes by Dave Smith, Roger Linn, Grammy*nominee producer Jay*J, Greg Landau as well as music production workshops presented by PreSonus, Lenny Kiser from the Ableton Live User Group, Jef Stott, Dan Walton from Retronyms, and mastering engineer Piper Payne among many other speakers.

Check out our growing full list of speakers and our schedule.

If you want to demo your products at Music Expo SF, register at musicexposf.com/demo
Media interested in covering the event should contact us at hello@offtheone.com
To learn more about Music Expo SF, visit www.musicexposf.com

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15th May 2016 to 20th May 2016 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
New Mountain Recording Retreat in West Virginia
May 15-20, 2016 Recording Boot Camp is hosting the first Mountain Recording Retreat. Less than 2 hours from Washington DC, this all inclusive event includes workshops, mentoring, DIY electronics classes, all-you-can-eat meals, par 3 golf, and even Pro Audio Bingo where we have thousands of dollars in prizes.

Mountain Recording Retreat | Audio recording and production gathering in the mountains of West Virginia

Confirmed mentors include:
Ronan Chris Murphy (King Crimson, Terry Bozzio, Ulver, Steve Morse, Alexia)
John Rodd (Elysium, Breaking Bad, Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, Star Wars Kinect)
Peterson Goodwyn (Founder of DIY Electronics)
Brad Smalling (Evergroove Studios)

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