Reflections on the Industry amid the Aisles of AES Sitting on an airplane from New York to Los Angeles (with the dreaded mandatory Detroit stopover) I wondered how different the Audio Engineering Society annual fall conference and trade show would feel from last year's conference. For those unfamiliar with AES, last year's conference was both held in NYC and delayed two months by the tragic events of 9/11. I like to think of 2001 as the AES “survival show”: All the New Yorkers showed up to ...

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