500 Visitors on Campus for 6th Annual Audio Engineering Summit

| March 30, 2012
Webster University Audio Aesthetics and Technology

The 6th Annual Central Region AES Student Summit is March 30-April 1 at Webster University.

It’s that time of year again: More than 500 visitors will be on Webster University’s main campus in St. Louis this weekend for the Sixth Annual Central Region Audio Engineering Society Student Summit.

The Department of Audio Aesthetics and Technology in Webster’s School of Communications again hosts the event, which gives audio production students a chance to interact with and learn from some of the top professionals in the field.

Keynote speakers this year are EveAnna Manley, “America’s Goddess of Thermionic Emissions” and head of the renowned Manley Labs, and Ken “Pooch” Van Druten, a three-time Grammy-nominated recording engineer and producer who has worked with KISS, Kid Rock, Guns N Roses, Whitney Houston and many others.

Attendees will be on campus from the afternoon of Friday, March 30, through the mixing competition and closing ceremony at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 1.

Students in Webster’s chapter of the Audio Engineering Society put in long hours to make this event happen, and pulling off this important summit is a credit to them and the faculty and staff who help. Congratulations to Webster’s budding audio engineers!

Category: St. Louis Campus News, Student Affairs and News, Webster Events

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