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The AES-LA March meeting is TONIGHT at 8:00 pm, at the Sportsmen's Lodge Events Center in Studio City. This month's topic is Música Latina, with Sebastian Krys & Gustavo Borner, moderated by Juan de Dios Martin. More info at www.aesla.org

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The March AES-LA Section meeting will be held at the Sportsmen’s Lodge Events Center, 12833 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604 (At the corner of Coldwater Canyon). Parking is free; enter from Coldwater Canyon. AES-LA meetings are always free, and open to everyone.

This month's meeting will throw a creative spotlight on the unique role that Latin Music plays in our culture, and how its production differs from other musical forms. Our panel is scheduled to include Sebastian Krys and Gustavo Borner. Spanish producer and mixing engineer Juan de Dios Martín will moderate the panel dis-cussion.

An optional dinner will be served at 7:00 PM. To make a reservation, send an email message with the subject AES-LA DINNER RESERVATION to Richard Wollrich <treasurer@aesla.org> at least 48 hours in advance.

Dinner costs are as follows:
AES Student Members: $30 with/$35 without reservations
All other AES Members: $35 with/$40 without reservations
Non-members: $40 with/$45 without reservations

Pay at the door. We accept cash, checks, and credits cards ($1 processing fee applies).

MENU:
Sportsmen’s Salad with thousand island dressing
Grilled lemon chicken breast with lemon herb sauce and grilled
Asparagus*
Saffron rice
Rolls and butter
Coffee, tea, iced tea
Chocolate blackout cake with berry coulis

*A vegetarian entree is always available. Please include a request in your reservation email.

For more information, please go to www.aesla.org

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AES-LA meetings are always free, and open to everyone.

THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON MUSIC: The Science of a Human Obsession, with author Daniel J. Levitin

How and why do sounds, organized in pitch and rhythm, have such profound effects on us humans? What are the connections between music and who we are? Daniel J. Levitin will speak on these and other subjects of his book, This Is Your Brain On Music. One of his published books will be given as a door prize.

An optional dinner will be served at 7:00 PM. Make a reservation at least 48 hours in advance by sending an email with the subject AES-LA DINNER RESERVATION to Richard Wollrich <treasurer@aesla.org>.

Dinner costs are as follows:
AES Student Members: $30 with/$35 without reservations
All other AES Members: $35 with/$40 without reservations
Non-members: $40 with/$45 without reservations

MENU:
Wedge salad with crumbled bleu cheese, chives, bacon, tomatoes
Boneless short ribs braised in red wine*
Roasted rosemary potatoes
Rolls and butter
Coffee, tea, iced tea
Triple chocolate mousse

*A vegetarian entree is always available. Please note such preference in your reservation email.

For more information, please go to www.aesla.org

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Thanks to Peter Doell, C.J. Vanston, Shelly Yakus, Jack Douglas, and Eric Boulanger, for a fabulous evening at last night's "The Producers: From Melodies to Masters" event.
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The next monthly meeting of the AES Los Angeles Section will be held at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, on Tuesday, November 29 at 8:00 PM. The meeting is open to all, and admission is free.

The topic is "The Producers: From Melodies to Masters". We will trace the progress of making a record all the way from the writing of a song, its pre-production, basic recording and “sweetening,” through the mixing and the mastering. Rather than focusing on the role of the “Guy Wearing the Producer's Hat,” our panel discussion will pay special attention to the skill sets necessary for each link in the chain, and how technology has dramatically blurred these elements. And how a growing number of people are mastering the art of recording to produce their own material.

We will also be holding a unique “Demo Derby” of new material. Attendees are invited to bring an anonymous recording for evaluation by our panel of experts. (The only accepted formats are standard audio CDs, and flash drives containing MP3, WAV or AIFF files.)

Panelists:
Peter Doell
Jack Douglas
Shelly Yakus
C. J. Vanston
Eric Boulanger


An optional dinner will be served at 7:00 PM. For more informaion, please visit www.aesla.org

The October AES-LA meeting will be held Tuesday, October 25 at 8:00 PM, at the Sportsmen’s Lodge Events Center, 12833 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604 (at the corner of Ventura Blvd. and Coldwater Canyon Ave.). Parking behind the building is free; enter from Coldwater Canyon Ave.

This month’s meeting will host a special discussion that will spotlight the fascinating subject of “Audio for Animation.” Our award-winning panel will feature five top industry practitioners of this sonic art:
DOC KANE, dialogue mixer, Disney Feature Animation;
JUSTIN BRINSFIELD, director of audio, Nickelodeon Animation Studio;
ANDY MORRIS, owner and sonic guru, Buzzy's Recording Studio, Hollywood;
KRISTOPHER CARTER, Dynamic Music Partners;
ROB PAULSEN, voice-over artist and instructor

Come join us for a night of stories, tips and advice from the Wacky World of Animation.

Pre-meeting dinner (optional) at 7:00 PM.
$30 for AES student members with reservations
$35 for AES student members without reservations
$35 for AES members with reservations
$40 for AES members without reservations
$40 for non-members with reservations
$45 for non-members without reservations.

To make a reservation, send an email message with “AES-LA DINNER RESERVATION” to Richard Wollrich <treasurer@aesla.org>, at least 48 hours in advance.

MENU:
Wedge salad with crumbled blue cheese, chives, crisp bacon, and tomatoes;
Striped sea bass, Swiss chard, Kohlrabi, oven roasted tomatoes;
Rice
Rolls and butter
Coffee, tea, and iced tea
Trio of sorbet with fresh berries.

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This is It! – TODAY is the Final Day to Register Online for AES L.A. Advance Registration Pricing and Free Exhibits-Plus Badge
See you in L.A.!
http://www.aes.org/blog/2016/9/aes-la-convention-advance-registration
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HIGH RESOLUTION AUDIO/MUSIC: MARKETING HYPE OR MORE FIDELITY? with Mark Waldrep, Ph.D.

AES L.A. Section meeting 7:30 PM TONIGHT, at:

California State University, Dominguez Hills
1000 E. Victoria St., La Corte Hall Room A103
Carson, CA 90747

Parking $6; cash or credit cards
More info at www.aesla.org

The September AES Los Angeles Section meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 27, at 7:30 PM, at Marvin Laser Recital Hall, La Corte Hall A103, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1000 E. Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747.

Please note the earlier start time. Dinner will NOT be served at this month's meeting.

This month's topic is "High–Resolution Audio/Music: Marketing Hype or More Fidelity," presented by Mark Waldrep, Ph.D. Professor of Digital Media Arts, CSUDH and Engineer, Producer, & Owner of AIX Records.

As always, meetings are FREE and open to everyone, including students and non-AES members.

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September 25 is the advance registration deadline for the 141st AES Convention, in Los Angeles. You can register for a FREE Exhibits Plus badge at http://aesshow.com/AES141BBM
Use promo code AES141AESLA.

This gives you full access to:

- The exhibition floor
- The Project Studio Expo
- The Live Sound Expo
- and all of the 'Special Events' and Opening Ceremonies—GRAMMY Panel, Platinum Engineering Panel, etc.
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