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Sunday, October 31 • 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Discussion of Coding in Audio Education

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Continuing the discussion begun at the AES 150th convention on how to start implementing audio coding in an audio curriculum, this workshop/panel discussion will move to more advanced topics surrounding coding languages and their relative strengths/weakness in educational practice with an eye towards how best to prepare students to pursue careers as audio coders upon graduation.

Led by professors Tarr and Bennett, this panel will include a diverse group of audio coders that represent male and female audio coding educators from across the globe.

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Christopher Bennett

Professor, University of Miami
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Eric Tarr

Belmont University

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Jamie Angus-Whiteoak

Emeritus Professor/Consultant, University of Salford/JASA Consultancy
Jamie Angus-Whiteoak Is Emeritus Professor of Audio Technology at Salford University. Her interest in audio was crystallized at age 11 when she visited the WOR studios in NYC on a school trip in 1967. After this she was hooked, and spent much of her free time studying audio, radio... Read More →
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Gabriel Herman

University of Hartford
Gabe Herman is a music producer, audio engineer, sound designer and educator.Gabe has engineered and produced numerous music recordings in a variety of genres spanning from classical ensembles to modern rock, contemporary world beat music, jazz, blues, R&B and more on just about every... Read More →

Sunday October 31, 2021 12:30pm - 2:00pm EDT