Presentation Member's Showcase Toronto AES Members
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are pleased to be featuring, once again, the work of our Toronto AES
membership at our February meeting. We have a varied list of
presentations that will not only entertain but give greater insight
into the work that our members do. Join us in what promises to be a
great night of information, insight and audio community building.
Rich Wattie - Eastman School Of Music Eastman School of Music Percussion Ensemble Recording Presentation on the recording session, post production and a bit about my work at Eastman.
Ike Zimbel - Zimbel Audio Audio Interface devices Line of audio interface devices made by Ike Zimbel, all analog circuitry, inspired by the late and much missed Neil Muncy.
Matt Weston - Swamp Songs Recording Studio Journey of a Home Studio Entrepreneur This
presentation will use a recent album project by The Dyadics as a focal
point to illustrate the journey of a home studio entrepreneur.
Cameron Britton, Sound Designer, Ubisoft Toronto Sound Design of the Video Game: Assassin's Creed Unity This
presentation will briefly show the sound design process for video
games, from conception to creation to implementation, using the example
of one of the character's weapons: The Phantom Blade.
Anthony Kuzub - APK Audio QTP A new way of moving analog audio.
Kamlesh Lal - Founder of Notetracks Notetracks, an IOS App for audio professionals Notetracks
is designed like a DAW and includes note-taking (instead of production)
tracks in the form of text, symbols and free hand sketch drawings.
Robert DiVito - Society of Sound Stewart Goodyear recording of Rachmaninoff Piano Concerti 2&3 with the Czech National Symphony The presentation will briefly explore the mix process of this studio recording