119th AES Photo Blog - Oct 7

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119th AES Photo Blog - Oct 7

Oct 7, 2005 1:00 AM

Radio magazine brings the 119th AES Convention to you in photos.

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Part of the excitement for this year's AES Convention is its location in North America's largest city: New York.

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Looking down on the crystal palace entryway at the Javits Center.

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The scenic Jacob J. Javits Convention Center, near the Hudson River, is a great venue for AES seminars, meetings and exhibits.

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Step inside the exhibit hall; the AES Convention awaits you.

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Enco Systems shows the pro audio attendees how its Dadpro32 can store and play audio for many applications outside of radio.

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Focal, a French company, is camped out on the AES exhibit floor in this booth that only Buckminster Fuller could appreciate.

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The first day of the AES Convention provided Tascam with the opportunity to unveil its newest product; a solid-state audio recorder.

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Scott Fehl of Gepco expounds the virtues of his company's wire and cable offerings.

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To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Crane Song, Dave Hill and Scott Lillo of Crane Song have created a special giveaway of the company's first product, the STC-8, which will be awarded to a lucky winner in a drawing at the convention.

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The first day's booth traffic at the Digidesign exhibit reflected great interest in the new live recording product and ancillary applications.

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Analysis tools for digital and analog systems were among the products demonstrated by Tom Mintner of NTI Americas.

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As part of the historical events program, Himan Brown and a troupe of seasoned radio drama actors presented Rocket's Red Glare as a reminder of the anti-Communist hysteria of the 1950s.

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Himan Brown introduces the program.

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HHB unveiled the Flash Mic, a solid-state audio recorder built into the end of a Sennheiser mic.

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Playing the saw is a rare art, and this gentleman played melodies on his saw that covers a two-ocatave range.

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Independent Audio showed all the various product lines that it represents, including Cedar, Sonifex, Coles and DACS.

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Russ Berger of Russ Berger Design Group and Auralex Acoustics have partnered to create a line of acoustic products call Partscience.

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Prism Sound explains the functions of the Dscope III test and measurement system.

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The Crowd began to gather before the exhibit floor opened at the Javits Center.

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Returning for the 14th year in a row, the DAB panel discussed the current state of Ibiquity's HD Radio system and offered insight into the systems from DRM, XM and Sirius Satellite Radio.

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