The AES Nashville Section has announced that reduced rate registration for the 4th Annual Nashville Recording Workshop +Expo is available through Monday, April 29, 2013. Thereafter, regular priced passes for the 2-day event will be available through www.nashvillerecordingworkshop.com, and also at the event, which takes place May 14 and May 15 at Rocketown in Nashville, Tenn.
Featuring Sugarland’s Kristian Bush as this year’s keynote speaker, the event will highlight the role of technology in the creative process as it pertains to the singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and personal studio owner. Workshops will focus on production tools, techniques, and applications for the everyday user, while an open exhibitor area also offers the attendee hands-on product showcases and demos, along with networking opportunities with audio professionals from around the country.
NRW+E 2013 is presented by the AES Nashville Section in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society, and designed to share the expertise of audio pros with home studio owners, musicians, songwriters, producers and engineers. It will feature presentations by industry pros, exhibits by audio gear manufacturers and an opening night reception. Panelists slated to appear include Jonell Polansky, Chris Mara, Chris Estes, Bil VornDick, Richard Adler, Lynn Fuston, Glenn Meadows, Mike Metlay, Randy Wachtler, Tom Tapely, and Steve Marcantonio, among others.
Sponsors and exhibitors for this year’s Nashville Recording Workshop +Expo include: ADAM, API, Asterope, Cartec Audio, Daking, Drawmer, Earthworks, Electronic Musician magazine, Empirical Labs, Flourish Acoustics, Focusrite Novation, GluBoost, Gordon Instruments, ITI Audio, Latch Lake, Magix, PhasX Acoustics, New Bay Media, New Life Digital Media, Prism Sound, Pro Audio Review, Pro Sound News, Recording Magazine, Sabra-Som, Samplitude, Sonodyne, Sontec, Sony, Sweetwater, Telefunken, TransAudio Group, Unity Audio, Waves Audio, and Yamaha.
Reduced rates are available for students and members of professional industry organizations (AES, AFM, NSAI, Recording Academy, SPARS, RMA, BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, SMPTE).