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AES (Audio Engineering Society) Convention San Francisco 10/4 - 10/6

Pypedream
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Posted : Oct 1, 2008 09:32:50
Any artists or producers going to this? I went in 2004 and the exhibits were pretty good, got some free swag and picked up some useful info and contacts.

I may have an extra ticket or two. Otherwise I think it's $60 for a three day exhibits pass.
          ELECTRON EYES / MARK-EVAN (NOR. CAL)
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bastardsamadhi

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Posted : Oct 1, 2008 15:07
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On 2008-10-01 09:32:50, Pypedream wrote:
Any artists or producers going to this? I went in 2004 and the exhibits were pretty good, got some free swag and picked up some useful info and contacts.

I may have an extra ticket or two. Otherwise I think it's $60 for a three day exhibits pass.





I wish. school has me stuck here! O.o

anyone in here a member of the AES and/or AES-SDA ?
Misinterpret


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Posted : Oct 2, 2008 04:52
Oh how I wish I were closer as well!!!
konvndrvm
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Posted : Oct 4, 2008 06:25
pm sent - hope to see you there!


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Pypedream
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Posted : Oct 4, 2008 11:04
Review:

Not as many exhibitors as 2004 and light on the software companies - no Propellerheads, Native Instruments, etc. The Spectrasonics Omnisphere demo was awesome and there is some news for Trilogy and Stylus users (RMX 2). I was waiting for the UAD 2 giveaway and the guy next to me who won some free swag was none other than Eddie Mis, who produced with Chakra on Dragonfly Records in the mid nineties psytrance era.

A lot of plug-in companies were present but almost no hardware synth lines and i'm sure it was nothing close to what NAMM is but still worth going if you want to check out monitors, consoles, and gear in general.

Steinberg was mostly showing the new Cubase controllers but nothing exciting really.

It would be nice to win one of the daily giveaways of the UAD 2 pack!

Cheers.           ELECTRON EYES / MARK-EVAN (NOR. CAL)
WWW.SOUNDCLOUD.COM/MARK-EVAN
Pypedream
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Posted : Oct 4, 2008 19:12
Also, it appears there will be new macbook's announced any time now with a 3 GHz processor or something close to it. I didn't hear that from Apple of course but from someone with Spectrasonics so who knows. Not the first time I heard that rumor. I'm sure the price will be sky high for the top spec with max RAM.
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Posted : Oct 5, 2008 09:00
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On 2008-10-04 19:12, Pypedream wrote:
Also, it appears there will be new macbook's announced any time now with a 3 GHz processor or something close to it. I didn't hear that from Apple of course but from someone with Spectrasonics so who knows. Not the first time I heard that rumor. I'm sure the price will be sky high for the top spec with max RAM.



expensive macs? no way!           http://www.djnod.net
light-o-matic
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Posted : Oct 5, 2008 12:45
Yea AES is fun. I always go when it's in NYC.

But it used to be more interactive.. with lots of actually operating gear.. big consoles with multitrack dubs for you to mix, lots of broadcast stuff too. Not really anymore. For example last year Yamaha had the PM5D in their booth, but it was just sitting there looking pretty.
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