NeodenUSA to Attend AES New York Convention 2019


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NeodenUSA will attend and exhibit at the 2019 AES ultimate pro audio convention in New York. The event is running from October 16-19 of this year, with exhibits showing from the 16-18. The team from NeodenUSA will be holding their own booth at the convention, which is being held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 W 34th Street. Interested parties can find them at booth #248 in the AES Exhibition Hall to discuss their products and work.

NeodenUSA LLC offers SMT equipment, pick and place machinery, solder printers, reflow ovens, and much more for the manufacturing process of SMT PCB boards used in music and professional audio products. Team members from across the company will be traveling to New York City for the convention this October with the aim to exhibit their work, attend presentations from industry leaders and win new business. Based out of West Milford, New Jersey, the company also has offices in Phoenix, Arizona and Long Island, New York. NeodenUSA is helmed by Peter Swann, company president, a corporate lawyer, audio electronics engineer and musician. The company's VP for Sales and Marketing, Gil Griffith, has a long career history of launching successful pro audio and music brands and products.

The AES New York Pro Audio Convention is returning in 2019 for its 147th event. Its all access program features exhibits, training sessions and speeches aimed at engineers, students, and people working in the audio industry. There will be presentations and panels on audio for music production, video games, cinema, specialist music genres, electronic instrument design, and much more. Featured exhibitors this year include DELL Inc., GIK Acoustics and Focusrite Pro. Hundreds of presenters are lined up for the event, including Phillip Kovats of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Jack Vad of San Francisco Symphony. There will also be experts in audio, music and acoustics from universities across the world, from the USA to the UK, China, Germany and beyond. So vast is the array of training sessions and speeches being held at the event, the AES NY 2019 website features a handy Show Planner for attendees to compile and organize their schedule for the event.

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