Date: October 27 – 29, 2012
Location: W Hotel (half a block from the Moscone Center)
Address: 181 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Room no.: 2814 (28th floor)
Time: Sat, 10/27 4pm, 5pm
Sun, 10/28 9am, 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Mon, 10/29 9am, 10am
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 908-4034
At this year’s AES, producer and engineer Seigen Ono will demonstrate some of the amazing features of Aural Sonic including:
1. Simple solution for flutter echo and unwanted reflections off of walls.
2. Easy set up as a vocal booth, amplifier box, and portable gobo panel.
3. Changing the polar pattern of microphones on the spot using double-sided panels.
4. Easily quieting computers, hard drives and other unwanted noises.
Please RSVP by email or phone, or sign up in person at Booth #511 during AES.
Please feel free to bring music you are familiar with to play during the demonstration.
About Aural Sonic
Aural Sonic sound panels are based on a new Japanese technology that helps enhance
acoustics inside a room. When a particular sound (tone) is heard, many frequencies are also heard besides the dominant frequency intended to be heard. Aural Sonic is able to suppress unwanted partial frequencies, giving richness and clarity to the sound. Aural Sonic also has absorption capabilities more superior than other absorbers at the same thickness. This makes it a great solution for any recording or listening environment.
About Seigen Ono
Seigen Ono is a composer, recording engineer and architectural acoustics designer. During his 30 year career, he has worked with renowned artists such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sadao Watanabe, John Zorn, and Miles Davis. His unique style of recording using Sampling Reverb added into the venue, DSD (64fs/128fs multi-channel) recorders, and a multi-surround channel with height, has attracted many musicians.