The Audio Engineering Society Convention in Berlin next week will feature the European premiere of Project Studio Expo (PSE).
The convention runs April 26 through the 29th at the Estrel Hotel and Convention center in Berlin. The Project Studio Expo will run through Sunday, April 27. PSE will feature relevant areas of interest facing today’s personal studio users.
These comprehensive presentations cover topics of importance for all engineers and producers, and offer a level of detail as to be useful for anyone from beginner to pro. Topics include basic microphone technology, professional mixes from a project studio, common mistakes, immediate solutions, live performance mixing techniques, advanced vocal editing and mastering engineering.
Hosted by notable industry engineers, educators, journalists and sponsors, the Project Studio Expo offers a chance to experience production with top talent, tools and techniques. Attendees will learn best practices and insider tricks from the pros while interfacing with manufacturers and connecting with peers.
AES has a long history serving the audio community, from the early days of monophonic vinyl to today’s modern multichannel digital audio formats. With the rise of project studios and vast sea of equipment and platforms surrounding it, many home recordists may be at a loss on how to approach the technology.
“The Project Studio Expo is AES’s response to a recording business that has migrated from the traditional big commercial studios to the plethora of diverse environments that audio is being produced in today,” said Bob Moses, AES executive director. “Audio professionals need focused and competent training on a huge range of skills to run their business today, and AES is here to provide a foundation for that training.”