‘Up Your Output!’ 2016
This is an archived page for the 2016 conference.
For UP your Output 2017, please go to http://www.aes-uk.org/students/up-your-output-2017/
Once again, ‘Up Your Output!’ invites audio students and recent graduates from all around the world to learn and network while making friends and having a good time.
NOTE: for full report on this event, please visit: http://upyouroutput.com/2016/
For its fourth instalment ‘UP!’ leaves the capital to become a travelling event and head ‘UP! North’. The University of York is proud to host this year’s edition of one of Europe’s most relevant audio student events. With over a 2000 year history, York is one of the UK’s most beautiful and historic cities and an excellent travel destination for students from within and outside the UK.
‘UP! North’ keeps up the spirit in which ‘Up Your Output!’ was founded and offers a two day programme of lectures and workshops and gives students the opportunity to get in touch with representatives of world renowned audio companies.
Please bear in mind that there are limited places available and registration will be required. This event is strictly for AES Student Members and will be FREE to attend. Due to many requests in the past three years, registration is open also to recent graduates (within 2 years of course completion date). Tickets will be issued on the basis of ‘First come, first served’.
This year’s committee consists of:
Simon-Claudius Wystrach (Chair)
Samantha Liu (Vice Chair)
Sarah Napoli (Logistics Manager / Diversity Consultant)
Brecht De Man (Past Chair)
Nikolay Georgiev (Founder)
For more information see the UP! Committee page.
Check this page regularly or join the event on Facebook where the most recent updates are being posted.
- Jon Burton | Front-of-house engineer of The Prodigy, owner of Laundry Rooms Recording Studios
- Andy Farnell | Author, Sound Designer and pioneer in the field of procedural audio
- Leslie Gaston-Bird | Associate Professor of Music at the University of Colorado Denver
- Nikolay Georgiev | Lecturer at SAE London, Company Representative & Plugin Developer at Acustica Audio, AES UK Section Past Chair
- James Motley | Senior Vice President – International Sales at Solid State Logic
- Mandy Parnell | Mastering Engineer, owner of Black Saloon Studios
- Jules Storer | Founder of JUCE and Head of Software Architecture at ROLI
Date, Time, Location
The 12th and the 13th of March 2016, Saturday and Sunday at the Department of Music of the University of York.
One of the event’s sponsors Calrec Audio kindly invited students attending ‘UP! North’ to a tour of their technical facilities on Monday March 14th. The tour requires separate registration. To sign up for this exclusive extra, go to techtour.upyouroutput.com.
We are unable to provide accommodation for attending students. However, we have researched a number of hotel/hostel options in vicinity to the event’s venue, which we will make available soon.
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In the sixty years since it was founded, it has provided the industry with a world-wide framework for the advancement of both the science and the art of audio.
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