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6th August 2020 to 26th August 2020 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
New Genelec G LearningLab to host new GLM 4 tutorials


Genelec G LearningLab to host new GLM 4 tutorials

NATICK, MA, July 24, 2020 — Genelec’s new G LearningLab educational program is to kick off this August with a series of tutorials focusing exclusively on the company’s GLM loudspeaker manager software. Titled “6 steps to creating your Sonic Reference,” the training sessions will also be used to unveil GLM 4 – the newest version of the software – which is currently in a public beta test phase prior to its official global launch.

G LearningLab itself is an educational tool designed to help the audio community better understand how to create high quality audio, and provide a more enjoyable listener experience. Easily accessible via the Genelec website, G LearningLab offers a wide range of videos, tutorials, user guides, helpdesks and academic papers, and builds on Genelec’s long heritage of content-rich training programs. Artists, music creators, sound engineers and system integrators alike will all find G LearningLab a valuable resource, delivering high quality on-demand learning – from the most basic rudiments through to the deepest technical and academic principles.

Starting on August 4, the series of six GLM-specific tutorials will guide attendees through every stage required to setup, calibrate and control a studio monitoring system so that it provides a true sonic reference, producing mixes that translate consistently to other rooms and playback systems. Delivered in English, each session will be repeated at different times of day to enable those in other time zones to participate. Attendees will be actively encouraged to ask questions, and participate in a Q&A session at the end of each tutorial. Anyone successfully completing four or more tutorials will receive a certificate and also be entered into a prize draw to win a pair of Genelec RAW 8320 Smart Active Monitors and GLM kit.

Originally launched in 2006 – and based on decades of research and data from thousands of studios worldwide – GLM integrates seamlessly with the intelligent DSP within each Genelec Smart Active Monitor, allowing each monitor and subwoofer to be networked, configured and individually calibrated for the user’s specific acoustic environment.

The six tutorials are aimed at both current GLM users and those who want to learn more about how GLM can improve their workflow and audio quality. The sessions will cover all aspects of GLM use – from simple room acoustics and monitor placement, through basic and advanced GLM features, use of GLM as a System Monitor Controller, finally culminating in a deep technical dive into how exactly GLM works. During the series, presenters will showcase the new GLM 4 beta version, which now brings 64-bit compatibility, an elegant new user interface and a host of valuable new features to users of Genelec Smart Active Monitors and Subwoofers.

Genelec Managing Director Siamak Naghian comments, “Audio quality is at the heart of the content creation process, so a fundamental understanding of how to equip a room with a truthful, accurate monitoring system is essential. G LearningLab is the culmination of over forty years of expertise in educating our partners and end users, and I can’t think of a better way of celebrating that than by shining a spotlight on the new GLM 4, which is about to empower audio professionals with the new Sonic Reference.”

To register for the upcoming GLM tutorials, please visit www.genelec.com/events.

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10th August 2020
New Waves Webinar: How to Improve Audio in AV Installations


An introduction to the new Waves Commercial Audio product line

Join us to learn how you can improve audio quality dramatically in AV installations, with Waves’ new Commercial Audio products, CA1000 and CA2000.

Greg Kopchinski, WavesLive & Waves Commercial Audio Product Manager, will provide an overview of the features and capabilities of these new DSP engines.

Waves CA products dramatically improve speech intelligibility and audio playback quality using professionally curated processing presets that are inserted on Dante-based installations.

Monday, August 10, 2020 - Multiple times available for viewers worldwide

Register now!

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11th August 2020 to 10th September 2020 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
New Spitfire Audio Summer School


Join us a brand new series of Zoom masterclasses and discover approaches to composing for Film, TV and Game. Get the latest tips, tricks and techniques from the Spitfire Audio composer team. All you’ll need to take part is your copy of BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover.

Places are limited to 100 per event. Register for free now.

11th Aug: Start Scoring Now (Louis Rugg)

13th August: Developing your own creative voice (Oliver Patrice Weder)

20th August: Writing Music to a Film Cue (Homay Schmitz)

27th August: 6 Golden Rules of Orchestral Programming (Christian Henson)

3rd September - (Special Guest)

10th September : Mixing and Mastering (Jake Jackson and Paul Thompson)

Register now: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/spitf...s-114512905182

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12th August 2020
New Mix With The Masters: One-Day Webinar with Michael Brauer Open to Everyone


Mix With The Masters: One-Day Webinar with Michael Brauer Open to Everyone

For our one-day webinar with Michael Brauer, we are now opening the last seats to everyone for $299! You can now book a place for this event which is usually for Pro Members only.

For this special webinar on Wednesday, August 12, 20 attendees maximum will be able to connect with Michael Brauer, discuss techniques shown in his mixing videos, ask questions, and get personal feedback on their mixes. Michael Brauer will answer questions and open some sessions to illustrate.

Each attendee will be able to submit one mix to discuss it with Michael Brauer during the day.

Register now!

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13th August 2020
New Webinar: An In-Depth Look - Babyface Pro FS


Webinar: An In-Depth Look - Babyface Pro FS

2nd Thu of the Month 12pm EDT

Click here to register.

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17th August 2020 to 19th August 2020 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
New AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality
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AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality August Event

The Audio Engineering Society has released preliminary details on the upcoming International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality (AVAR), set to take place in its own online virtual venue, August 17 – 19. The event will serve as a hub of innovation for the latest research in the fields of spatial audio and technology for virtual, augmented and mixed reality, with a focus on technical solutions and recommended practices in the field. Registration for this event, sponsored by Facebook Reality Labs and Valve, and hosted by DigiPen Institute of Technology, starts at just $25 for AES members ($150 for non-members) and will be using AltSpaceVR as the platform to share keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and more. The use of AltSpaceVR offers the option of attending in standard 2D mode or as an immersive experience, utilizing AR/VR devices such as the HTC Vive, Oculus Quest, Oculus Go, Oculus Rift, Samsung GearVR, or Windows Mixed Reality.

For further information, registration links and more, visit www.aes.org/conferences/2020/avar/.

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18th August 2020
New 6 steps to creating your Sonic Reference - Step 2: Getting started with GLM


To prepare for the official launch of Genelec’s new GLM 4 loudspeaker manager software, this series of 6 tutorials will guide you through every stage required to setup, calibrate and control a studio monitoring system so that it provides a true ‘Sonic Reference’, helping you produce mixes that translate consistently to other rooms and playback systems.

Aimed at engineers, creatives, and anyone who cares deeply about audio quality, this series will help your material sound exactly as you intended it – irrespective of how it is being distributed and consumed.

In this second tutorial, Darren Rose will show you how to get your monitoring system up and running using GLM loudspeaker manager software. He’ll cover:

• Installing GLM on Windows or Mac computers
• Setting up, calibrating and controlling your monitors using GLM
• Integrating a subwoofer into your monitoring system
• Genelec Smart Active Monitors, and some recommended setups
• How to combine different Smart Active Monitors to create a system
• The benefits of using GLM’s Cloud mode

Whether you’re a seasoned GLM user, or you’re simply looking to elevate the quality and reliability of your mixes, this series will give you the guidance you need to help take your work to the next level. Attendees are actively encouraged to ask questions and participate in the Q&A session at the end of each tutorial.

When: August 18th

Register now: https://www.genelec.com/-/6-steps-to...arted-with-glm

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19th August 2020
New Webinar: How to get the most out of your RME ADI2PRO FS or DAC


Webinar: How to get the most out of your RME ADI2PRO FS or DAC

Register at https://www.synthax.com/webinars/

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28th September 2020 to 29th September 2020 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
New AES Virtual Symposium on Applications of Machine Learning in Audio



AES Virtual Symposium on Applications of Machine Learning in Audio Set for September 28 – 29

— The AES invites academic and audio industry researchers and practitioners to participate in the first AES event dedicated to machine learning —

New York, NY, July 30, 2020 — Continuing its growing series of virtual events, the Audio Engineering Society has set dates for a two-day virtual symposium, “Applications in Machine Learning in Audio,” being presented online, September 28 – 29. The events’ technical program, featuring a keynote address by electronic/A.I. composer Holly Herndon, will explore topics including automatic mixing, audio source separation, audio visualization and effect control, audio capture and recording, and sourcing audio data, as well as legal issues created by this new form of science and art. Registration is just $25 for AES members and $150 for non-members, the latter includes one year of complimentary AES membership and access to full member benefits and resources.

The AES 2020 Virtual Symposium on Machine Learning in Audio is led by a group of organizers with a range of experience in the world of both machine learning and audio engineering applications, including committee chair and AES President-Elect Jonathan Wyner (iZotope) and program chairs Andy Sarroff (iZotope), Christian Uhle (Fraunhofer IIS) and Gordon Wichern (Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories). The program, to be offered across two four-hour days to maximally accommodate participants in different geographical regions, will consist of pre-recorded presentations with live Q&A alongside parallel sessions in dedicated breakout rooms. Each day will conclude with an online social hour.

“AI and the influence of data are all around us,” shares Symposium Chair Jonathan Wyner. “Exploring the potentially disruptive and beneficial impact of these emerging technologies will be the focus of our event. Attendees will learn about how it is already present in products and workflows and where it may appear next.”

Keynote presenter Herndon personifies the depth and diversity of the Symposium’s presenter pool. She studied composition at Stanford University and completed her Ph.D. at Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and continues her artistic career while currently based in Berlin, Germany. The composer, on her latest full-length album, PROTO, fronts and conducts an electronic pop choir consisting of both human and A.I. voices over a musical palette that encompasses everything from synths to Sacred Harp stylings.

In addition to the scheduled technical program sessions, the event committee is currently accepting proposals for parallel breakout sessions on related topics. Accepted presenters will submit a pre-recorded video between five and 10 minutes long, which attendees of the symposium will have the opportunity to view beforehand. During the session, presenters will be online in an interactive video channel, where they may present further materials and answer questions from attendees.

For registration and further information, visit http://www.aes.org/events/2020/learning/.

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5th October 2020 to 7th October 2020 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
New GameSoundCon 2020
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GameSoundCon 2020 is going virtual

For the first time since its inception 11 years ago, GameSoundCon, the largest professional conference for video game music and sound design, will be held in a virtual format from October 5-7, 2020. This is exciting news for all game audio professionals, music producers, composers, sound designers who have always wanted to attend this great networking event but couldn’t make their way to Los Angeles, where the conference is traditionally held.

This year, attendees will be able to access the full conference program online for a nominal fee of $25. In prior years, the lowest ticket price to attend this prestigious, always sold-out conference was $449, and attendees from all over the world would travel to Los Angeles’ historic Biltmore Hotel for two days.

For game audio pros, this is a fantastic opportunity to enhance their game audio skills, hear thought-leaders in the field, and keep current on trends and technologies. For those looking for new opportunities to make money with their music through video games, it’s never been easier to learn how it’s done.

GameSoundCon’s registration is open now: www.gamesoundcon.com/registration

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6th October 2020 to 30th October 2020 03:00 AM to 03:00 AM
New AES Show Fall 2020


AES Show Fall 2020 Registration Opens, Virtual Stage Set for Audio Engineering Month in October

— Early Bird registration options and pricing are now available online for the 149th International AES Convention, featuring an expanded timeline and event offerings for maximum opportunities to Listen, Learn, and Connect —

New York, NY, July 13, 2020 - The Audio Engineering Society has declared October “Audio Engineering Month” as it expands its traditional Fall Convention Technical Program and exhibition Showcase into the virtual realm, offering ultimate accessibility to the global audio engineering community. Consisting of four weeks packed with audio presentations and activities - from Tuesday, October 6 to Friday, October 30 – the AES Show Fall 2020 Professional Audio Convention offers full Technical Program access featuring live and on-demand content, student and career activities, engagement with peers and audio luminaries, the audio hardware and software product showcase and special events throughout the month. Early Bird rates are just $99 for AES Members and $224 for non-members – the latter including one year of AES membership.

Registration is open now at www.AESShow.com.

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30th October 2020 to 31st October 2020 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
New Studioszene 2020 will take place in October 




Studioszene 2020 will take place in October

Due to the current situation, Studioszene will take place on October 30th and 31st – and not on September 18th and 19th, as was originally planned! The location for the recording scene’s community event will remain XPOST in Cologne, Germany.

After Studioszene‘s successful inauguration last year, the second edition of our workshop & community platform for all recording, mixing & mastering engineers and producers will take place on October 30th and 31st 2020. The event will again be located in Cologne’s XPOST! Moreover, the first top-class lecturer, a successful mixing engineer from the USA, is already confirmed. Look forward to Studioszene 2020 and save the date!

With its first edition, Studioszene has established itself as a refreshingly lively event and new international meeting place for producers, engineers and manufacturers. Last year, products from well over 100 brands were thoroughly tested and detailed discussions were held with product specialists and developers – all on an exhibition space of almost 3,000 m2. The two-day programme was complemented by more than 50 top-class workshops and panel discussions, in which Sylvia Massy, Mick Guzauski, Peter Walsh, Nico Rebscher, Wolfgang Stach and Hans-Martin Buff – real audio industry heavyweights – spoke about recording, production and mastering.

Now the cat is out of the bag! Studioszene 2020 will take place on October 30th and 31st, again at XPOST Cologne and again with an attractive workshop programme, premium speakers and the audio industry’s top brands. Save the date!

Click here and get your tickets now!

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