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Next AES Convention: "Sound For Picture" Workshops

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Upcoming 135th AES Convention to Hold "Sound For Picture" Workshops Featuring Emmy®/Oscar® Winning Industry Figures

The upcoming 135th AES Convention in New York City, October 17-20 will feature a special workshop series entitled "Sound for Picture," chaired by acclaimed film sound department professional Brian McCarty (On Golden Pond, The Big Lebowski, Dick Tracy, others).

AES's Sound for Digital Cinema and TV Committee has put this great series together. Each session will feature different Oscar®- and/or Emmy®-nominated/winning people discussing their craft and the latest technology and techniques used for sound capture, mixing, editing, loudness and more.

Here's the link to original email blast: http://e2.ma/message/gf407c/cktwrxc

For more information, please visit http://www.aes.org

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