AES Los Angeles, 2016

Mel Lambert reports from AES-LA:

For a number of reasons – not least being the outstanding work done behind the scenes by its volunteer planning committee – the 141st AES Convention, which ended at the Los Angeles Convention Center yesterday, delivered on its promise. The four-day attendance was outstanding, with a good representation of overseas visitors, while a wide cross section of brands showed their wares on the exhibition floor and companion demonstration rooms.

The icing on the cake was the co-located Audio for Virtual and Augmented Conference, which drew standing-room-only attendance in a lecture theatre and companion paper room. The inaugural two-day event was expected to attract some 290 attendees; aggressive marketing and outreach to the VR and AR communities proved so successful that pre-registration had to be closed at just over 400...

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