AES Announces Sponsors for 59th International Conference, on Sound Reinforcement Engineering and Technology

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— Leading audio companies support the 59th AES International Conference dedicated to Large Scale Sound Reinforcement, Public Address and Live Sound – the first such conference in over 25 years —

New York, NY — The AES 59th International Conference, with an emphasis on Sound Reinforcement Engineering and Technology, will take place July 15-17, 2015, at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. This is the first AES International Conference in over 25 years dedicated to Large Scale Sound Reinforcement, Public Address and Live Sound, and the conference is being supported by an impressive list of sponsors, including some of the preeminent forces in live-sound technology. At the conference, sponsors will be displaying cutting-edge technologies with experts available to discuss and demonstrate their products.

Confirmed sponsors include Meyer® Sound, Solid State Logic, Yamaha Commercial Audio, Audio-Technica, Professional Sound Magazine, KV2 Audio, Erikson Audio, McGill University’s Schulich School of Music, Gerr Audio, SMAART, Solotech, Flex Acoustics™, DiGiCo, Ashly Audio, Shure®, Tannoy, Sennheiser, DPA Microphones, Renkus-Heinz, JBL® Professional, Earthworks, HHB, Rational Acoustics, Marshall-Day, and Merging Technologies.

“We have outstanding support for the 59th AES International Conference from manufacturers across the professional sound business around the world. Their enthusiasm speaks to how timely it is to gather the forces in technology and methodology in an international context such as this,“ says George Massenburg, of the 59th AES International Conference Organizing Committee.  

For the latest information, Program details, and Registration for the AES 59th International Conference, visit http://www.aes.org/conferences/59/.

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