Following the success of their debut episode, Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing software and hardware solutions, will premiere the second episode of Everything Audio on January 9, 2015. This time, the show will focus on how to stay current in the music industry, and include perspectives from a panel of guests including producer/engineer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin), copyright/assets holder Janie Hendrix (President and CEO of Hendrix Experience, LLC), and legendary bass player Larry Graham (Graham Central Station, Sly and the Family Stone), who pioneered the “slap” funk technique and has led a productive musical career for more than five decades.
Kramer will be speaking about his work with Hendrix, about keeping the legacy of his music alive today and about the EMMY® Award-winning documentary Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin’. Host and audio engineer Dave Hampton (Miles Davis, Prince) will also discuss his work with Miles Davis LLC, touching on the finer points of remastering to deliver classic recordings with today’s technology and sonic standards. Iconic producer/engineer Jack Joseph Puig (Lady Gaga, U2) will report from the CES show in Las Vegas, an event representing the forefront of current technologies in consumer electronics and beyond.
During the second episode of Everything Audio, there will be a live Q&A session where viewers can send in their questions at any time using the hashtag #EverythingAudio on Twitter or Facebook. After the show, Hampton and Kramer will stay around to take additional questions from the audience.
All viewers who tune in to the live broadcast will be able to receive a free copy of the Eddie Kramer Guitar Channel plugin from the Waves Eddie Kramer Signature Series (details to be given out during broadcast), while one lucky viewer will win a free mix session from Eddie Kramer himself.
Everything Audio – Episode 2: "Staying Current"
Friday, January 9, 2015 from 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET / 8:00 PM GMT
To sign up: http://www.waves.com/everything-audio