This weekend at AES there will be several opportunities to meet API's co-founder Saul Walker. First, a round-table discussion titled "The Rocket Scientist in the Recording Studio", moderated by AES President Elect Alex Case. The discussion will take place in room 1A06 at the Javits Center on Saturday, October 31st from 12:30 to 2:00 pm. Following the panel, Walker will join the API team at booth 537, to meet API users and answer questions until 4:00.
Walker initiated the API 500 Series and created the 2520 Op-Amp, still used today in all API products. His designs have been put to use in far-reaching applications from digitally controlled spectrum analyzers for NASA and the Navy to recording and post-production consoles for major music and film studios worldwide.
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