AES and NAMM partner for education

AES and NAMM partner for education

Published: WORLD

WORLD: The Audio Engineering Society (AES) has formed a collaborative alliance with NAMM to integrate pro audio training covering topics such as live sound, performance audio and recording technology at The NAMM Show in 2018. The society’s technical sessions, speaker presentations, hands-on workshops, tutorials and networking events on the American west coast will form a part of The NAMM Show.

‘Audio is everywhere, and it’s a growing part of NAMM,’ said Alex Case, president of AES. ‘When it comes to professional audio, attendees and exhibitors alike want to know more and sound better. We are confident a growing number of attendees will want to experience new AES educational opportunities, audition new audio products and grow their professional networks to include audio pros through AES at NAMM.’

NAMM president and CEO Joe Lamond stated that The NAMM Show brings together the global music and sound industries to offer a unique platform for business and learning. ‘Through our collaboration with AES, we are now further united in a shared vision of showcasing exciting new products, technologies and educational offerings for the good of the entire industry,’ he said.

The NAMM Show takes place from 25 to 28 January 2018 in Anaheim, California.

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