Audio Engineering Society (AES)
The Webster University Student Section of the Audio Engineering Society is one of
the most active sections anywhere of an international trade organization dedicated
to all forms of audio.
Formed in 2003, we have hosted events featuring Rupert Neve, Alan Parsons, Bill Porter, Paul Lehrman, Elliot Scheiner, Bob Heil, Phil Ramone, Geoff Emerick, Jim Anderson, George Massenburg, and more.
We also provide service for the Webster community by supplying audio for many events.
Our goal is to bring the best speakers available to the area, for the benefit of students, faculty and professionals throughout the region while serving our community by providing quality audio services.
We receive international recognition for the Central Region Audio Student Summit, which brings hundred of audio students, audio professionals and audio educators to Webster University for tutorials, panels, demonstrations, and networking.
We have run tutorials on everything in audio, from acoustics to soldering to surround sound. We keep pretty busy, and we hope you will join us for our next event.
2015 Program Brochure (PDF)
Pro Gear- Cat Goeke, BA in Video Production, 2013
“At Webster, I had access to industry standard equipment from my first day at school and professors to provide training so I could make the most of it. As I made my way through the program, my access to new and more advanced equipment expanded.”
Creative Community- John Schwartz, BA in Audio Production, 2013
“Working with the Audio Engineering Society was an amazing experience because as a group you pull off things that seem like they shouldn’t be possible.”
Professional Networking- Jesse Baugh, BA in Scriptwriting, 2015
“My involvement with the Webster Film and Video Society has pushed me in a positive direction by helping me make the connections I need to break into the film industry.”
Student Involvement- John Schwartz, BA in Audio Production, 2013
“The Audio Engineering Society Summit is an incredibly ambitious undertaking for a student organization, and I’m really proud to have been a part of it.”
Helpful Staff- Cat Goeke, BA in Video Production, 2013
“The staff at the Media Center do their best to handle questions, repairs, and long lines of stressed-out students as quickly and pain-free as possible.”
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