AES Convention, November Southern Theater Tour, Career Panel



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The 153rd Convention was epic! It was energizing to be back in person and the programming was relentless. There were over 200 workshops, sessions, and events to choose from for Professional Development. The aisles and rooms of the Javits were filled with engaging discussions and great vibes.


Jack Antonoff and Glenn Lorbecki
Jack Antonoff and Glenn Lorbecki

Mirik Stiles of Abbey Roads Studio sharing insight into Spatial Audio with the game engine. For the VR of the Eleanor Rigby session, he used some of the same serial number mics to re-create the spatial environment.
Mirik Stiles of Abbey Roads Studio sharing insight into Spatial Audio with the game engine. For the VR of the Eleanor Rigby session, he used some of the same serial number mics to re-create the spatial environment.
Delivery Specs from the Dolby Atmos workshop with Andrew Scheps, Buddy Judge, and Jonathan Wyner
A handful of Columbus section members were there amongst the estimated 17,000 attendees. We were welcomed with open arms and invited to afterparties, woot! At the NY AES Section event at Acosta Park Studios (Sponsors Eventide, Apogee; Co-sponsors Empirical Labs, Wave Distro, Strauss Elektro), we were treated to empanadas, desserts, Neft vodka, and playback of the raw tracks to Bruce Springstein’s Born In The USA. Then the original mix was replicated using Apogee plugins). Holy yes.There was the DEI Mixer, the President’s Reception, the tour of Power Station.., but these are stories for the next section event.


The next AES Columbus Section Event!
Sunday, November 20th, 2022 at 3pm

Our next section event features a tour of the beautiful, historic Southern Theatre. CAPA mixer and AES member Paul Kavicky hosts.

AES Indiana & Columbus Career Panel Series
Wednesday, November 2nd, 7-8pm ET, free


  • Ted Chandler, Markey’s Rental & Staging, providers a multi-city Rental & Staging Company
  • Paul Kavicky, CAPA, Head of Audio & Video Production at the Ohio, Palace, and Southern Theatres
  • Moderated by Jay Dill, AES Indiana Chair
  • With Lesley Ann Fogle, AES Columbus Chair, Capital U. Music Tech Internship Coordinator

Jay Dill, Chair of the Indy section, had Markey’s locked down and we wanted a perspective from Ohio that tied into staging so that those into the genre could see different options for making money.

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The next joint career panel will be in February and feature a local in studio recording. Please let students or anyone interested in exploring these genres know about the event. As always, everyone is welcome.


Speaking of StudentsThere are just a few more days left for students to get three years of AES membership for 50% off. Student membership is normally $50 a year. 50 x 3 = $150 divided by 2 means $75 = 3 years of membership. Monthly, that’s more math. It’s a slick deal. Career-wise, gaining clientele is half the battle but information available in the technical doc and on-demand library, continuing professional development, networking, and connection to the world arena is at least the other half of the battle.


The 4th Immersive Audio Academy is two weeks away. Spread the word to anyone working in sound for picture, and especially if their clientele involves any major streaming service.
The 4th Immersive Audio Academy is two weeks away. Spread the word to anyone working in sound for picture, and especially if their clientele involves any major streaming service.


Images from the Oct 26 & 27th virtual portion of the 153rd AES Convention

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