� Presentations for the Historical Events series at the convention remind us of the audio problems and solutions reached by history''s greatest audio minds �� The Historical Events series also highlights a separate Special Presentation: Ioan Allen will cover highlights fromthe career of the late Ray Dolby, who passed away this year at the age of 80, and recallwhat it was like to work with this iconic figure for over four decades �New York, NY, October 7, 2013 � At the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention (Thursday, October 17, through Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York City), the annual Historical Events lecture series will help illuminate the past, present and future of the craft of audio engineering. AES Convention Historical Events Chair, Harry Hirsch, a veteran of 50-plus years as musician, engineer, producer, studio owner and studio designer, has assembled a winning collection of presentations. These range from �The Art of Recording The Big Band, Revisited� to a look deep into the restoration and remastering of the classic Peggy Lee and Nelson Riddle LP Jump for Joy and more.Hirsch, who has guided the AES Convention''s Historical Events series numerous times in the past, worked closely with AES Historical Committee Co-Chair Bill Wray and Technical Advisor John Chester on these new presentations, just as he has collaborated with them for years on the highly successful �AES Oral History Project.� Each presentation will reveal intricacies and nuances of key events and technologies from pro audio''s past, and in one case will offer a chance to see a decades-old riddle finally solved: as part of �Restoring Peggy Lee''s Capitol Records Album Jump for Joy,� presenter Alan Silverman of Arf! Mastering and the NYU Steinhardt Dept. of Music Technology will examine the answer to a mystery uncovered during the restoration and remaster of the 1959 release, which was one of the first records released by Capitol as a stereo LP.Additionally, one particular presentation will honor the recently departed. On Friday, Oct. 18 at 1 p.m., Ioan Allen, an Academy Award-winning cinema sound pioneer and 44-year veteran at Dolby Laboratories, will present �A Tribute to Ray Dolby.� Allen will review the singular achievements of Dolby, who passed away earlier this year at the age of 80, as well as his recollections of working closely with Dolby during his lengthy career at the company.135th AES Convention Historical EventsFriday, October 18Friday, October 18, 5:00 pm � 6:30 pmThe Art of Recording the Big Band, RevisitedSaturday, October 19Saturday, October 19, 12:15 pm � 1:15 pmRestoring Peggy Lee''s Capitol Records Album �Jump for Joy�Saturday, October 19, 5:00 pm � 7:00 pmThe 35mm Album Master FadSunday, October 20Sunday, October 20, 1:00 pm � 2:00 pmA Contribution to the History of Field Tape Recording, 1939-1940Friday, October 18, 1:00 pm � 1:45 pmA Tribute to Ray Dolby�The historical presentations at the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention will continue the organization''s long-time mission of keeping alive the story of how audio technology and techniques have evolved,� observes AES Historical Committee Co-Chair Bill Wray. �Harry Hirsch has done what he has always done: assembled a diverse and interesting array of presentations that cover many aspects of audio production in history. We are also extremely fortunate to have on hand Ioan Allen, who has received the Samuel L. Warner Award for contributions to motion picture sound, among other awards. Audio history has always been an intrinsic element of AES Convention programs, and the lessons of the past remain integral components of pro audio's ongoing evolution.�For a full roster of AES �Historical Events� presentation series, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/historical/. For further information on the 135th AES International Convention, and to register for your free Exhibits-Plus badge or the premium All-Access badge, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/.