� Ongoing series of events sees Smith traveling to schools and conferences to educate students, faculty and industry veterans alike �INDIANAPOLIS, IN, November 7, 2013 � Eric Smith, Founder and President of Auralex� Acoustics, Inc., the world''s leading brand of acoustical treatments, is continuing to share his knowledge far and wide, as he has been a featured guest lecturer at a number of colleges and universities across the country. A highly-sought-after speaker, Smith has recently had the opportunity to speak to faculty and students at Musician''s Institute in Los Angeles and the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences in Gilbert, AZ with more such engagements planned indefinitely.Smith, throughout his career, has been a strong advocate of education, and he has guest-lectured at high schools and colleges throughout the country on the subjects of acoustics, broadcasting and entrepreneurship. Smith brings a wealth of personal experience, technical knowledge and a sense of humor to all of his presentations, which focus on basic acoustic theories, sound control issues and solutions, product design strategies, the challenges of a start-up company and what it takes to be successful in business.Barry Rudolph, Instructor at Musician''s Institute, recalled the response to Smith''s presentation there: "What a fantastic and generous lecture Auralex President Eric Smith recently gave to the audio engineering students here at Musicians Institute in Hollywood. Our new Studio F was filled to capacity throughout the afternoon with a continuous stream of students enjoying his insightful and practical suggestions for improving the sound of their own project/home studios using various Auralex acoustic treatment products. Eric's anecdotal yet analytical tutorial style explains with clarity, precision and humor. The students loved it!"Smith was also a featured panelist at the recent PotLuckCon 2013 Audio Conference. Eric participated in a panel discussion along with studio designers/acousticians Mark Genfan and Carl Tatz and noted journalist/music technology specialist Mitch Gallagher. The topic of the well-attended panel discussion was �Practical Acoustics Workshop,� and the panel was moderated by Alex Maiolo.�This series of events has been very fruitful,� stated Eric Smith. �I love getting the opportunity to promote good sound and good listening environments to current and future engineers and members of the audio community. When I see tomorrow''s audio professionals asking great questions and paying close attention, I know that the industry is in great hands. I am lucky that I can make an impact on these minds in the process, and I look forward to participating at more of these events in the near future.�For more information, please visit www.auralex.com.