AES 147: Oct 16-19 

Javitz Center NYC

Massive Build: Oct 19th 9 AM NYC

We will be helping you build kits from DIY.RE, Microphone-Parts and the ABW metronome kits! Thanks to the AES and Mouser Electronics for making this possible! You will need to buy a kits to build and sign up in advance. Sign up today. This will sell out!  

 

Booth 266: Oct 16 - 18

We will be running demos and hands-on clinics at our booth this year! We can solder at the booth and we have many special events listed in the AES147 App. Register for free using this code aes19abw.

Talks (All Access Registration Req.)

Powering Custom Consoles: Dave Thibodeau and Eddie Ciletti have restored more vintage gear then most of us have seen, and they will explain the ins and out of powering and grounding the projects on your bench. Wednesday, Oct. 16th 1:30 PM

Classroom DIY Projects: Wednesday, Oct. 16th 11:00 AM. 

Project to Product: Thursday 4:30PM

Reviving Tech: Mike Buffington and Stephen Masucci are working to keep historical instruments relevant and on the airwaves. They will discuss the techniques, tools, and methods used to bring back instruments made by G. Jenny, C. Musser, L. Theremin, and others, and create new instruments inspired by classics! Friday, October 18th  1:45 PM

 

 

 

 

 

SEMINARS

Onsite discussion panels featuring members at the front of the DIY Audio revolution

BUILDS

Guided group builds and education centered around DIY kits that belong in every audio engineers toolbox

ABW TV

Videos, lectures, and seminars available on our YouTube channel that cover all aspects of DIY Audio culture

PARTNERS

Our partners are leaders in the DIY Audio industry and we thank them for their generosity in providing their time and materials for our seminars.

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AES 145

New York, New York

October 2018

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About Us

We offer group-builds and seminars for anyone interested in designing or building products for music production and audio engineering. Our members are entrepreneurs, educators, and music professionals who build gear.  Audio Builders Workshop is a workgroup of The Boston Audio Engineering Society a 501(c)(3) non-profit.