Advance registration now open for the 2018 AES Milan convention
The event runs from May 23-26 at the NH Hotel Milano Congress Centre
Advance registration is now open for the 2018 AES Milan convention, which runs from May 23-26 at the NH Hotel Milano Congress Centre.
The event will provide attendees with the latest scientific research, technologies and professional insights on a host of audio engineering topics, bringing together audio professionals, students, manufacturers and advanced audio technologies from around the world for four days of audio immersion, experiences and networking.
Register now at aeseurope.com for special Advance Registration rates, including additional discounted pricing for AES Member and students.
Along with a comprehensive technical programme, the AES Milan Convention will host a three-day pro audio gear and services exhibition, showcasing the latest tools and technologies from leading manufacturers. Dedicated demo rooms and listening experiences will showcase a variety of new and integrated technologies, while dedicated exhibition-floor stages will hold presentations from manufacturers and sponsors as part of the Professional Studio Expo.
A complete program of Education and Career events will also take place throughout the four days.
“The Power of Sound is such a great expression of the AES, our goals, and our achievements over the past 70 years,” said Bob Moses, Audio Engineering Society executive director. “As the Milan Convention kicks off our year-long anniversary celebration, the AES is more in-tune than ever with the current and future state of the audio engineering industry. Throughout the four days of AES Milan, we encourage our audio community to immerse themselves in all things audio, gaining a better understanding of their current field of expertise; to sit-in on a session about a technology they’ve maybe only heard of; to check out new gear that is being shown for the first time at the show; and, most importantly, to listen, learn, and connect with their heroes and peers in the industry.”