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AEA will be exhibiting at AES Warsaw on May 7 - 10, 2015.  Julian David of AEA will be sharing the booth with our Polish dealer, MBS Pro. Visit booth #120 to meet the mics and find out more about AEA's new NUVO series ribbon microphones and more!

To cap off the Lazaretto world tour, Jack White returned to the US to perform a series of concerts in Alaska, Idaho, Wyoming, South and North Dakotas: states in which he had never previously performed. These special, acoustic shows were amplified solely with five AEA KU4s

Jack White in Anchorage, Alaska

"Enjoy the Music!", signs Wes. Read "Innovations: The Manufacturer's View" to learn about how the N22 came to be our 50th Anniversary Project in Pro Sound News Magazine's February copy.

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The N22 - AEA's 50th Anniversary Microphone

Rising throwback R&B artist, Leon Bridges, sings with an R84 in this new music video "Coming Home". Watch the video here.

John Daversa, trumpeter/composer/arranger extraordinaire, recorded his new project, Kaleidoscope Eyes: The Music of the Beatles, LIVE for Blu-ray and CD using every AEA mic on the roster.

We are proud to announce that Electronic Musician has selected the AEA N22 for a 2015 Editors’ Choice Award.

Marty Stuart, legendary American country singer-songwriter and 5-time Grammy winner, was last night's musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. Watch Marty and his Fabulous Superlatives perform their song, "Streamline", with his AEA A440.

The annual NAMM show in Anaheim, CA is the world's largest gathering for pro audio and music enthusiasts. Come meet the mics (including our NEW phantom-powered N8!) and their maker in Hall A, Booth #6848.

We just launched a new series of performance videos called the ‘AEA Sessions’ to celebrate AEA’s 50 years in the audio industry.  Click here to watch a video of the N8 featured in a drum solo!

The AEA Sessions - Drum Solo

Les Paul, most famous for the invention of the electric guitar, died August 13, 2009 at the age of 94. "Without Les Paul, we would not have rock and roll as we know it...He was truly an architect of rock and roll," wrote Terry Stewart, president and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in a statement released today. Besides the electric guitar, Les Paul also pioneered multitrack recording, earned thirty-six gold records, won multiple grammy awards, was inducted into the Inventor's Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Bush in 2007.

In Memoriam - 1915-2009

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