Summer NAMM: NARAS, Steinberg Co-Host Summer SessionSummer Sessions: From Student to Studio will be held on July 19, 2003, at Soundstage Studios and the SAE Institute in Nashville. This all-day event will 7/16/2003 8:00 AM Eastern
Summer Sessions: From Student to Studio will be held on July 19,2003, at Soundstage Studios and the SAE Institute in Nashville.
This all-day event will run from 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and iscomprised of four parts: studio demos, educational seminars, anindustry panel and a performance. Steinberg will be presenting a seriesof Nuendo 2.0 demos at Soundstage Studios with Nashville notables ChuckAinlay, Gary Pacsoza and Steve Bishir. Steinberg product specialistswill be on hand for one-on-one demos and a Nuendo basics course withPrimal Gear. NARAS will be hosting an educational seminar series at theNashville SAE institute on topics including mic techniques, digitalstorage solutions, monitor placement and more. These seminars arepresented in conjunction with top pro audio companies Studio NetworkSolutions, Waves, Apogee, Audio-Technica and NHT.
The Producers and Engineers Wing of NARAS will host a paneldiscussion entitled "Artful Use of Advanced Recording Technologies."This panel will be held in the lobby of BMI and moderated by FrankWells. Panelists include Chuck Ainlay, Jeff Balding, Steve Bishir, TonyBrown, George Massenburg and Gary Pacsoza. The day will conclude with aparty and performance featuring the music of "Blue Mother Tupelo."There will be food and drink provided, and the show will be recordedlive using Steinberg's Nuendo 2.0.
"We are excited to co-host an event with such great companies andorganizations," said Brian McConnon, U.S. marketing manager forSteinberg. "The 'Student to Studio' concept provides something foreveryone, and is a great environment for us to introduce Nuendo2.0. The Nashville audio community has shown us a lot of supportand we are proud to co-host the first of what we hope to be many ofthese events here."
"The Recording Academy and its Producers & Engineers Wing arethrilled to be working with Steinberg on this exciting event," saidNancy Shapiro, VP, South region of the Recording Academy. "Weshare the common goal of addressing issues that impact the well-beingand future for producers, engineers and remixers."
This event is free to attend. Shuttle busses will be running fromthe Convention Center to the event throughout the day. RSVP at615/254-6955.