Toronto AES Members
Presenters at the 2nd Annual Members’ Showcase. Front row, left to right: Cameron Britton and Rob DiVito; back row: Kamlesh Lal, Anthony P. Kuzub, Rich Wattie, Ike Zimbel, Matt Weston, with Blair Francey, section chairman.
|date||Tuesday, 24 February 2015|
RCC 361, Rogers Communications Building
80 Gould Street, Toronto, ON
We are pleased to be featuring, once again, the work of our Toronto AES membership at our February meeting. We have a varied list of presentations that will not only entertain but give greater insight into the work that our members do. Join us in what promises to be a great night of information, insight and audio community building.
Rich Wattie – Eastman School Of Music
Eastman School of Music Percussion Ensemble Recording
Presentation on the recording session, post production and a bit about my work at Eastman.
Ike Zimbel – Zimbel Audio
Audio Interface devices
Line of audio interface devices made by Ike Zimbel, all analog circuitry, inspired by the late and much missed Neil Muncy.
Matt Weston – Swamp Songs Recording Studio
Journey of a Home Studio Entrepreneur
This presentation will use a recent album project by The Dyadics as a focal point to illustrate the journey of a home studio entrepreneur.
Cameron Britton, Sound Designer, Ubisoft Toronto
Sound Design of the Video Game: Assassin’s Creed Unity
This presentation will briefly show the sound design process for video games, from conception to creation to implementation, using the example of one of the character’s weapons: The Phantom Blade.
Anthony Kuzub – APK Audio
A new way of moving analog audio.
Kamlesh Lal – Founder of Notetracks
Notetracks, an IOS App for audio professionals
Notetracks is designed like a DAW and includes note-taking (instead of production) tracks in the form of text, symbols and free hand sketch drawings.
Robert DiVito – Society of Sound
Stewart Goodyear recording of Rachmaninoff Piano Concerti 2&3 with the Czech National Symphony
The presentation will briefly explore the mix process of this studio recording