The Audio Engineering Society will hold its 14th International Conference entitled
"internetaudio.aes.org" in Seattle, June 13 - 15, 1997. This conference will examine the
technology shift toward computer-based, networked environments and its impact on the audio and
multimedia industries. This technical conference will feature presentations and demonstrations,
discussion and interaction to chart the future of the internet audio industry.
The 14th International Conference is chaired by three internet audio authorities: David Johnson
(New Media Designs, Inc.), Aurika Hays (Progressive Networks) and Ken Pohlmann (University of
Miami). The full three-day program will include ten technical Symposia and nine Discovery
sessions, featuring more than 50 invited presenters, each an industry expert. Scheduled topics
include: open platform audio standards, audio policy and delivery, music and radio distribution
over packet networks, server push technology, point-to-point audio, workstations and editing
systems, online content development, perceptual coding for computer environments, binaural and
multichannel listening environments, virtual 3D audio, simultaneous multi-location recording,
internet copyright and the economics of internet commerce.
Full AES members: $395
Student AES members: $295
The conference venue is the Bell Harbor International Conference Center, 101 Stewart Street,
Seattle, WA 98101. This newly-opened waterfront facility offers a prime location near downtown
Please consult "http://internetaudio.aes.org" for complete conference information, and to complete
your online registration.
Audio Engineering Society, 60 E 42nd St Room 2520, New York, NY, 10165-2520, Phone: 212-661-8528