The Nashville Recording Workshop + Expo, sponsored by the AES Nashville section in conjunction with Audio Engineering Society Inc., continues to expand its offering of top Nashville talent and cutting-edge gear exhibitions for this inaugural event, set for February 20 and 21, 2009, at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum.
The event offers updated master class sessions led by industry pros, such as “Pro Tools 101” with Tony Shepperd and Jeff Markham, and “Mastering 101” with Alan Silverman. Presenters and panelists include George Massenburg, Dave Sinko and Rich Adler, and information on brand participation is on the Nashville Recording Workshop’s Website.
Subjects planned for the two-day event include: vocal and acoustic instrument miking; a singer/songwriter production roundtable; producing a dynamite demo, arrangement and recording for better mixes; adding rhythm and spice with virtual tracks; collaboration across time and space; work environments that enhance creativity; practical acoustic and room treatment; when to call in a pro; a beats and loops workshop; and more.
Passes are still available for the 2-day event and opening night reception, with discounts available to AES members, students and other associated industry memberships.
For the full program listings, information on registering or to book an exhibition space, visit www.nashvillerecordingworkshop.com. Visit the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum at www.musicianshalloffame.com.