Los Angeles, CA (April 25, 2007)–Intel, Microsoft and Cakewalk hosted a listening panel at the ASCAP Expo – I Create Music Conference last weekend, focusing on what it takes to make a well-produced and engineered demo.
Shown during the panel are (l-r): Moderator Carl Jacobson (Cakewalk marketing director) and panelists Allen Sides (owner Ocean Way Studio, producer/engineer), Nathaniel Kunkel (Studio Without Walls owner, producer/engineer), Terry Howard (engineer/producer), Michael Boddicker (composer/producer), Benjamin Wright (producer/engineer/songwriter). Photo by: MRES Photography–Rick Miller.The Audio Production & Engineering Listening Panel featured Grammy-winning producers and engineers who critiqued actual demos and gave tips on how to make the best possible production. The panel took place in front of a packed house.
ASCAP Expo brought key music makers and songwriters from around the country to Hollywood on April 19 – 21 to interact with leading manufactures, publishers and Grammy-winning producers, engineers and songwriters with the goal of improving the quality of making and recording their music.