AES New York 2022
153rd Audio Engineering Convention
„The Audio Engineering Society welcomes you to a new era of experiences, with leading manufacturers and engineers demonstrating the latest solutions and products, with a comprehensive selection of workshops, panels, demonstrations, training, papers and more. It begins with the in-person event at the Javits Center, New York, followed by their online event with plenty of engagement and entertainment.”
➥Join the AES Convention from October 19th – 20th, 2022 and discover more on the official AES website!
Be part of the convention and meet our North American Distributor Warkwyn and our engineer Jonathan Gerbet and have a chat with them at booth #343. If you are more interested on the digital version of the AES convention, we recommend you to follow the digital program on October 26th – 27th, 2022.
In-Person: October 19th-20th, 2022
Location: Jacob Javits Center, New York
Visit us at booth #343
Our program recommendation
Moving Beyond Traditional Measurements - Workshop with Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 19th, 2022 at 10:45 am - 11:45 am by Jayant Datta, Steve Temme (Listen Inc.) and Jonathan Gerbet (KLIPPEL)
Abstract: Certain audio measurements (e.g., level, frequency response, THD, signal-to-noise ratio, etc.) have been around for a long time, they are very established, well understood, and have served a very, very useful purpose. Many of these metrics were conceived around the concept of linear time-invariant systems. For the purpose of this discussion, we will refer to these metrics as "traditional engineering metrics". We find that there are audible artefacts that don't show up appropriately in "traditional engineering metrics" -- as an example, a clearly audible rub and buzz in a speaker may measure very low on THD ... on the other hand, we may find a speaker that exhibits no audible distortion measuring high on THD -- this clearly demonstrates limitations of "traditional engineering metrics" in terms of correlating the objective metric to the subjective perception.