“A Musician’s Guide to Archiving” Featured at Winter NAMM TEC Tracks
Learn How Professional Archival Facilities Rescue Audio
Featured at this year’s Winter NAMM TEC Tracks is “A Musician’s Guide to Archiving” at the Anaheim Hilton adjacent to the Convention Center.
“A Musician’s Guide to Archiving”Saturday, January 27, 11:00 am to 12:00 pmHilton Avila Ballroom (Level 4)
Join renowned recording engineer/producer Lenise Bent as she moderates a panel where you can learn how professional archival facilities rescue audio from deteriorating tapes, keeping assets viable after tape becomes unplayable. Sending digital copies for mastering and mixing means no damage or mishaps to fragile tapes. Digital files can be electronically delivered, while assets are always safe and available.
Moderator: Lenise Bent
Dan Johnson, Archive Engineer, United Recording
Kelly Pribble, Archive Engineer, Iron Mountain Entertainment Services
Dave McEowen, Archive Engineer, UMG/Capitol Studios
Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Recording Artist
Jack Douglas, Producer/Recording Engineer
TEC Tracks offers 70-plus free sessions for sound, studio and stage professionals. These big-picture sessions feature industry thought leaders presenting innovative ideas in recording, live sound, event technology and music business. https://www.namm.org/nammu/musicians-guide-archiving