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AES Virtual Vienna 2020 convention

Posted on: Wednesday 13th of May 2020

Europe’s preeminent professional audio technology event for 2020 will now be online, subsequent to the cancellation of  the in-person components of the AES Vienna Convention scheduled for May 2-5.

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AES Virtual Vienna 2020 continues the finest traditions of AES Convention Technical Programs, but in an online format adapted to the realities of a world practicing social distancing. Core audio topics and the technology of today and tomorrow will be explored. Audio elements and workflow solutions for new distribution platforms will be illuminated. Representing cutting edge developments in the science of audio, the latest research and the application of such research will be presented.

Virtual Vienna will include streaming presentations of Keynote addresses, Papers, Workshops, Tech Tours and other technical program content along with live- and forum-based dialog with presenters. Regardless of their level of expertise, Virtual Vienna will let audio professionals build their skills and enhance their careers across the full gamut of audio specialties – recording and production, acoustics and psychoacoustics, sound reinforcement, archiving and preservation, networked audio, product development and audio education, along with student and career development sessions.

AES Virtual Vienna is a 4-day event, taking place June 2 -5.
A program of sessions will be broadcast throughout the 4 days, after which they will be joining the plethora of Virtual Vienna on-demand content. Available to all registrants, the Virtual Vienna on-demand line-up includes Posters and E-Brief sessions and compelling extra content from partners.

Program highlights

Keynotes and Heyser Presentation



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