Anaheim, CA (January 11, 2006)–Producer/engineer Dave Hampton will release his new book, So, You’re An Audio Engineer, in the Glyph booth (#6829) at the NAMM show next week. Hampton and his wife, engineer Lisa Chamblee-Hampton, will also be demonstrating and discussing their use of Glyph products.
In So, You’re An Audio Engineer, Hampton explains how to be successful while being a service provider in the audio industry. So, You’re an Audio Engineer lays out topics like knowing your worth, getting paid, and troubleshooting, from some of Hampton’s real life experiences.
“With so many technical books out there,” Hampton said, “engineers need to be able to deal with people. This business is 90 percent psychology and 10 percent music.”
Hampton is globally recognized for his expertise and prowess in the field of audio recording, production and studio design. For over 20 years he has contributed to the success of many top artists like Babyface, Herbie Hancock, Prince and Marcus Miller. On any project Hampton’s reputation is one of providing solutions and getting the job done. Lisa Chamblee-Hampton is an up-and-coming engineer who’s been working non-stop since completing her training at IPR (Institute of Production and Recording) in Minneapolis. Chamblee-Hampton currently works with George Duke and his long time engineer Eric Zoebler. She’s recorded and worked with such notable musicians as Prince, Bill Withers, Wallace Roney, Geri Allen, Terri Lynn Carrington, and Matthew Garrison. Her work with Prince can be heard on his upcoming release 3121.
For more information and to buy the book, visit www.soyoureanengineer.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Lisa Chamblee-Hampton at 818.602.1888.