SAE announced at AES the SAE Institute Platinum Series World Tour, an education-oriented panel discussion featuring leading engineers, producers, artists and songwriters who will gather to discuss the current and future direction of the recording industry.
Along with the Platinum Series events, SAE also announced several newly established scholarships that will be awarded in the name of each Platinum Series panelist.
SAE has teamed up with sponsors, including Lexicon, Mix magazine, Quantegy and Steinberg, for an Internet-streamed, worldwide interactive discussion of current and relevant recording engineering topics on December 6, 2002, at its Miami location.This event and the first installment of this series is entitled “Recording Practices and Techniques: The Current and Future Direction of Making Records.” This event will bring together industry pros such as Desmond Child, DJ Muggs, Roger Nichols, Alan Parsons and Eric Schilling. The panel, moderated by Dan Daley (media journalist/author/former recording studio owner), will concentrate on media requirements, proper professional tools vs. consumer equipment and the myrid formats in current digital workstations, along with a few of their own practical tips for everyday success in the studio environment. This Webcast is free to members of pro audio and other leading industry organizations, such as AES.
For more information on the Webcast and other Platinum Series World Tour events, contact Mark Martin at SAE at email@example.com.