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'''Audio Engineering Society'''
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'''Audio Engineering Society :: 2008-09'''
Thanks to everyone for attending Monday's AES meeting.  I have notated many of the fantastic ideas that were brought up below.  Special thanks to Diana and Luke for offering so much insight into what worked and didn't work last year.  Please feel free to add any events you'd like to have AES sponsor or places you'd like to visit.  Write your name next to your suggestion and provide any details if you have any (contacts, etc).  In addition, please note our contact at AES is Sean Olive: solive@harman.com.  Also, our internal website is http://www.stanford.edu/group/aes/
Thanks to everyone for attending Monday's AES meeting.  I have notated many of the fantastic ideas that were brought up below.  Special thanks to Diana and Luke for offering so much insight into what worked and didn't work last year.  Please feel free to add any events you'd like to have AES sponsor or places you'd like to visit.  Write your name next to your suggestion and provide any details if you have any (contacts, etc).  In addition, please note our contact at AES is Sean Olive: solive@harman.com.  Also, our internal website is http://www.stanford.edu/group/aes/
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* [http://www.digidesign.com/ Digidesign] - (contact: Brook Reeder)
* [http://www.digidesign.com/ Digidesign] - (contact: Brook Reeder)
* [https://cm-wiki.stanford.edu/wiki/AES/Meyer/ Meyer Sound - Berkeley] - (contact: Jeff)
* [https://cm-wiki.stanford.edu/wiki/AES/Meyer/ Meyer Sound - Berkeley] - (contact: Jeff)
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* [http://www.sennheiser.com/sennheiser/home_en.nsf/ Sennheiser] - (contact: Dan)
* [http://www.audium.org/ Audium] - (idea: Visda)
* [http://www.audium.org/ Audium] - (idea: Visda)
* [http://www.thx.com/ THX] - (contact: Blair)
* [http://www.thx.com/ THX] - (contact: Blair)
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* [http://www.uaudio.com/ Universal Audio] - (contact: Abel & Berners)
* [http://www.uaudio.com/ Universal Audio] - (contact: Abel & Berners)
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Guest Speakers
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GUEST SPEAKERS
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* Paul Davis: Ardour Developer - Carr
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* Miller Puckette: Max/MSP PD - (contact: Chris Warren)
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* Ajay Kapur: Cal Arts - ReacTable
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* Brian Belet: San Jose State - Kyma
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* Paul Davis: Ardour Developer - (idea: Carr)
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Career Information
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CAREER INFORMATION
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* Sean Olive: solive@harman.com
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Current revision as of 20:38, 4 November 2008

Audio Engineering Society :: 2008-09

Thanks to everyone for attending Monday's AES meeting. I have notated many of the fantastic ideas that were brought up below. Special thanks to Diana and Luke for offering so much insight into what worked and didn't work last year. Please feel free to add any events you'd like to have AES sponsor or places you'd like to visit. Write your name next to your suggestion and provide any details if you have any (contacts, etc). In addition, please note our contact at AES is Sean Olive: solive@harman.com. Also, our internal website is http://www.stanford.edu/group/aes/

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GUEST SPEAKERS

  • Miller Puckette: Max/MSP PD - (contact: Chris Warren)
  • Ajay Kapur: Cal Arts - ReacTable
  • Brian Belet: San Jose State - Kyma
  • Paul Davis: Ardour Developer - (idea: Carr)

CAREER INFORMATION

  • Sean Olive: solive@harman.com
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