Over the past two years, we’ve had the privilege of hosting some of the most influential and knowledgeable people in the audio industry at our various trade shows and events through our “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) question and answer program.
At AES 2013, in New York City, we introduced our first AMA, where attendees at the event and participants online could ask our guests anything from questions about their favorite mics to how they got started in the business to even where they find the best pizza in NYC.
We’ve had a blast hosting our AMA sessions and wanted to compile a few of our favorite bits of knowledge from some of our most memorable guests.
InfoComm is here!
We’re just one day away from the start of the largest trade show in North America that is specifically geared towards professional AV, boasting nearly 38,000 attendees and 980 exhibitors, including Audio-Technica.
This year’s event kicked off on Saturday with demos and other special events, but the show floor officially opens tomorrow, June 17, and remains open through Friday, June 19, here in sunny Orlando, Florida. Find the A-T team at Booth 917!
Frank Klepacki has a very long and distinguished resume: audio director, composer, sound designer, studio/live engineer, performer, and voice actor.
Klepacki has also worked on titles for most top publishers in the video game industry, including Westwood Studios, LucasArts, Electronic Arts, Sega, Ubisoft, Disney, SSI, Hasbro and Virgin Interactive. Currently, as the audio director at Petroglyph, he handles multiple music composition styles for a variety of game genres and major TV network shows, as well as full audio direction, sound design, and voice talent.
We are just a few days away from the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show. Attendees from all over the world come together to take part in one of the largest electronic media events dedicated to showcasing radio, television, and web broadcasting gear and technology. Here at A-T, our bags are packed and we’re ready to head back to Vegas for the show!
After an inspiring and exhilarating week in the “Live Music Capital of the World,” it’s safe to say South by Southwest 2015 was a huge success!
Our team hit the streets and met with tons of musicians and music lovers from all over the world (even #ATMicMan was out on 6th Street with us!).
On day two of our Ask Me Anything Livestream Events at AES 2014 we sat down with GRAMMY Award-winning producer/engineer Joe Chiccarelli.
Joe Chiccarelli started his career as a musician and then, as many in the business do, became an assistant engineer, in Los Angeles. While working in the studio, Chiccarelli was given the chance of a lifetime to act as the lead engineer on Frank Zappa’s “Sheik Yerbouti” album, when Zappa’s regular engineer was unavailable for the recording. Zappa liked what he heard, and asked Chiccarelli to engineer several other albums in the coming years. And the rest is history.
The greatest minds of the country all meet at one mega event: South by Southwest (SXSW). Comprised of music, interactive and film festivals and conferences in the trendy city of Austin, Texas, SXSW is a force to be reckoned with. But how exactly did this convergence of artistry and tech come to fruition?
Since the very beginning in 1987, the South by Southwest Music Conference and Festival (SXSW) has grown into one of the most heavily attended music and tech events in the United States.
The iconic music festival is held every year around mid-March in Austin, Texas. Musicians, music enthusiasts and more recently tech enthusiasts from all over the world come together to celebrate music, film and technology.
SXSW is a whirlwind event, there’s truly nothing else like it and our team is eager to hit the streets of Austin for this year’s show!
While studio drummer Curt Bisquera (affectionately referred to as “Kirkee B.” by those who know him best) has performed with a host of world-famous artists, he is a legend in his own right.
On day one of our Ask Me Anything Livestream Events at AES 2014, we sat down with producer, mixer, and engineer Joe Barresi.