PVC Speaker RSVP + Jack Feinberg stratitis seminar

Just a reminder of some of our events this week!
  • PVC Speaker build – RSVP by 5:00 this FRIDAY! 
    • Link to order form here
    • Build sessions will occur 6:00pm Tuesday, November 10th via Zoom with an extra day Tuesday, November 17th for those who don’t finish the 10th.
    • Each kit will be $40
      • Payable with cash or check – reply to this email if you have questions about other payment methods
      • if we can order in bulk, we may be able to lower the price a bit!
      • Kits will be assembled w/ gloves and masks on in a sanitized environment to be Covid-19 compliant! 
      • If you’re on campus we’ll drop the kit off or have a place for you to pick it up (probably 213 VAB) – if you’re off campus, we’ll ship it! 
  • Jack Feinberg Stratitis seminar – this Wednesday @ 6pm! 
    • Stratitis is a phenomenon that occurs when guitar pickups are non-uniformly magnetized, adding multiple dissonant frequencies to each string and negatively impacting sound.
    • Wednesday, October 21st at 6PM EST via Zoom – link here (passcode: Bowie)
    • A flyer is attached to this email.

As per usual, fill out this interest form, join our GroupMe and roster on OrgCentral! To stay more up to date, add this Google Calendar as well.

AES October – first build and Jack Feinberg

Happy to announce this month we’ll be completing our first build, a PVC speaker!
  • Build sessions will occur Tuesday, November 10th with an extra day Tuesday, November 17th for those who don’t finish the 10th.
  • Each kit will be $40
  • RSVP by 5:00pm Friday October 23rd here.
Additionally this month USC professor Jack Feinberg will be giving a talk on stratitis
  • Stratitis is a phenomenon that occurs when guitar pickups are non-uniformly magnetized, adding multiple dissonant frequencies to each string and negatively impacting sound.
  • This seminar will take place Wednesday, October 21st at 6PM EST via Zoom.
Finally, thanks to everyone who came to our session with Andres Mayo – you can find a recording here.
As per usual, fill out this interest form, join our GroupMe and roster on OrgCentral! To stay more up to date, add this Google Calendar as well.

10/5: Andrés Mayo

Hello AES Members!

On behalf of the eboard, I’d like to thank everyone who attended our seminar with Adam Hill last thursday. A recording can be found here:

Next week (Monday, October 5th) we’ll be hosting an interview-style seminar with mastering engineer and former AES president Andrés Mayo.

If you are interested, please join us at 6pm (EDT) by following this link! We’d also be very grateful if you could RSVP for the event by filling out a short form (< 1 minute).

We hope to see you all there!

PSU AES

9/24 – Adam Hill TODAY!

  • TODAY AT NOON! We’ll be hosting Adam Hill, associate professor of electroacoustics at the University of Derby and Chair of the Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement Technical Committee of AES
  • Next week (10/1): no meeting
  • October:
    • builds: (Keep) staying tuned!
    • We have two more seminars planned as well.

Upcoming Events 9/18: Adam Hill and builds!

Howdy everyone,
On behalf of the eboard, I’d like to thank everyone for making our talk with Jon Burton a smashing success! A recording is available on our website here.
Some of our upcoming events:
  • Thursday, 9/24 @ 12pm: We’ll be hosting Adam Hill, associate professor of electroacoustics at the University of Derby.
    • Dr. Hill will be discussing the design of sound systems that follow safety regulations while maintaining the listening experience to avoid noise pollution at outdoor events.
    • A link will be distributed next week.
See you next Thursday,

9/9: Jon Burton!

Just a reminder about our event tomorrow!

  • We’ll be hosting Jon Burton, a professional audio engineer based out of the U.K. Jon works as chief live engineer for The Prodigy and operates a studio in Sheffield. Jon will be talking the highlights and challenges of his career via Zoom at 12pm EST on Thursday, September 10th. A flyer is attached to this message as well.

Additionally, please take the time to fill out this general interest form; not only is this a chance to have your ideas heard, it helps us get a grasp on our club membership/what builds to plan this semester. We many also potentially be changing our meeting date based on these results!