MIX NASHVILLE WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!
Studio. Live. Songwriting.
Nashville on Nashville.
May 20-21, 2008
Brought to you by Digidesign, Apple and Meyer Sound
The Mix editors pulled in to Soundcheck Nashville for two full days of music production panels, performances, master classes and technology demos.
TONS OF VIDEOS—UPDATED DAILY!
Dolly Parton's front of house engineer/tour manager chats with Mix's Sarah Benzuly about working with this legendary country music performer.
Mix's Sarah Benzuly talks with this top hard rock producer about his recent projects, fave gear selections and his production methods.
Mix editor Sarah Jones talks to engineer Chuck Ainlay and producer Tony Brown about their views on technology and years of working together creating hit records.
Tom Kenny chats with acoustics expert Bob Hodas about issues concerning making studios sound more accurate.
Lee Moro and Ellen Juhlin of Meyer Sound's Nashville facility explain the capabilities of this advanced audio show control system.
Don Wershba, of Solid State Logic discusses the company's expansion into wider, more affordable markets, including the new Matrix console/controller that was unveiled earlier this year and demonstrated at Mix Nashville.
Four years after its intro, Digidesign's Rich Nevens talks about what new with the ICON console controller family.
Company president Chris Halaby offers a quick demo of the Muse Receptor, a hardware device that allows running plug-in software or virtual instruments without the need for a computer.
The Performing Songwriters
Did You Know...?
It is estimated the music industry in the Nashville area employs 19,437.
There are 2,140 music related establishments in the Nashville MSA
- 120 are Record production, distribution & music publishing
- 188 are sound recording studios
- 593 are musical groups & artists
- 211 are record production and or independent artists, writers & performers
Total music-related business revenue for the Nashville MSA is over $2.6 billion.
- The integrated record production and music publishing generated around $627 million
- Music-related self-employed individuals generated around $290.7 million
- Musical groups and artists generated around $278.2 million