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First AES hearing-related conference set for June 20-22 in Chicago.

(Chicago, IL, April 11, 2012) The Audio Engineering  Society (AES) has confirmed that registration is now open for its 47th  International Conference on Music-Induced Hearing Disorders,  which will take place at Columbia College in downtown Chicago, June  20-22, 2012. The conference presents  expert knowledge from audio engineers, academic researchers, medical  experts and cutting-edge manufacturers, with a total of 18 papers being  presented over two days.

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“The conference is a great opportunity for people to learn a wide array of perspectives  on hearing health in the music industry,” says Michael Santucci,  conference Chair and President  of Sensaphonics Hearing Conservsation, one of the conference sponsors.  “We have several presenters coming in from Europe, along with experts  from several U.S. universities and manufacturers. This is a great  opportunity for AES members to gain critical knowledge  on the issue of hearing health in the music industry, and to network  with the leading experts in the field.”

The papers being presented span a wide range of topics  relevant to the music industry, including measurement techniques for  in-ear monitors and portable music device, new research in measurement  and diagnosis of hearing problems, and new hearing  health products. In addition to the papers being presented, the  conference will also have trade show booths from its platinum sponsors.

Full program details and secure online registration are now available at www.aes.org/conferences/47. Costs for the AES 47th International Conference on Music Induced Hearing Disorders are $600  for AES members,  $700 for non-members, and $300 for students, and includes conference  attendance, premium on-site catering (two light breakfasts, two lunches,  one full dinner) and related social events. Hotel room blocks at  attractive rates have been reserved for conference  attendees at two nearby downtown Chicago hotels. Attendees are  encouraged to reserve their spot early to ensure availability.

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