- General admission to the Advanced Audio + Applications Exchange Conference
- When: Tuesday, September 23, and Wednesday, September 24, from 9:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
- Where: Hynes Convention Center
- Door time: 8:30 a.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the event schedule
- $25 for a one-day guest pass (up to $50 value)
- $30 for a two-day guest pass (up to $60 value)
Advanced Audio + Applications Exchange
- The mission: to exchange new innovations in technology that will revolutionize the music industry and change the way we record, perform, produce, market, compress, and distribute music
- Who should attend: musicians, producers, programmers, software engineers, DJs, remixers, video game composers, product and marketing managers, business development and channel strategists, those who complain that FLAC lossless audio levels aren’t lossless enough, and those who know that MP3s will be the eight-track tapes of the 2020s
- What will be discussed by leaders of each field: electronic music production; audio development and coding; mobile music technology; DJ tech and controllerism; cloud collaboration; next-generation instruments and apps; artificial intelligence; post production audio; gaming and multimedia music; crowdsourcing for audio
- Keynote speakers: Artists Imogen Heap and Moldover; DJs BT and Wigbert Caro (Moduloktopus); Richard Boulanger, composer and professor of Electronic Production and Design at Berklee College of Music and head of Boulanger Labs; Shawn DuBravac, Chief Economist of the Consumer Electronics Association; Jack Joseph Puig, producer and engineer
- Other notable speakers: Craig Anderton (Executive Vice President of Gibson guitars), Paul Beckmann (founder and CTO of DSP Concepts), Pete Brown (Microsoft audio developer), Ernst Nathorst-Böös (CEO of Propellerhead Software AB)