Products You Don't Want to Miss at Winter NAMM 2018

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Winter NAMM brings in over 100,000 attendees and is the most significant music and audio trade show on the planet. With the show comes a barrage of new products and news to your inbox, or if you’re at the show, a dizzying (and noisy) array of exhibitors. This webinar will help you concentrate on a just a few noteworthy products you don’t want to miss at the upcoming show in Anaheim. The presenter is Kevin Becka, a long time audio professional recording engineer and educator who has been Mix Magazine’s technical editor since 2003. Kevin will outline each featured product adding context and his own experience and tips to the presentation.

This webcast will cover:

  • New products you should not miss if you’re at the show, or interested from afar
  • Tips on NAMM navigation if you’re attending the show
  • What each featured product can do to enhance your workflow and skills as an engineer or music producer
  • Product tips and tricks used in studio and your DAW
  • Insider info on product design, development, and upcoming new products

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Mix magazine technical editor, Kevin Becka

Mix magazine technical editor, Kevin Becka

Kevin Becka has worked as a recording engineer for over 25 years, working with the top names in music including Kenny G., Quincy Jones, Michael Bolton, George Benson, George Lynch, and more. An experienced educator, Kevin is currently the co-director and instructor at The Blackbird Academy in Nashville. He has also taught advanced recording at Belmont University, surround recording and lecturer at the Danish Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen, Denmark, and was director of education and instructor at the Conservatory of Recording Arts for over ten years. Kevin is a journalist who has worked as editors of Pro Audio Review and Audio Media USA magazines. Since 2003, Kevin has been the technical editor of the industry-leading Mix Magazine where he writes features, product reviews, and a monthly column. Kevin is a member the Country Music Association (CMA), and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP.)

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