Attendees to the Sixth Annual Central Region AES Student Summit got a real treat last week when API displayed and demonstrated some of its equipment. The conference, sponsored by Webster University, brought students, vendors, manufacturers and audio professionals together for panel discussions, exhibitions and live studio sessions. A custom-made API listening station allowed AES Summit attendees to listen to their choice of any of several audio tracks through any of the displayed equipment. An API A2D, lunchbox®, and JDK EQ and Compressor were all available for comparison. Jordan Shirks, API's tech representative to the show, reports that many of the students hope to soon have API equipment of their own.