Last year's Audio Masters participants
Nashville, TN (March 30, 2010)--The Audio Masters Benefit Golf Tournament has selected May 27 and 28 for its popular annual event at Harpeth Hills Golf Course in Nashville.
Event coordinator, Nicole Cochran says that the first day will be called Audio Masters Live to benefit the live recording community in Nashville, followed by day two of the regular Audio Masters.
“We have spent over a decade raising money for audio engineers that make our artists’ records. The engineers that go on the road and make them sound great night after night deserve their own recognition. We are hoping artists, management, labels and manufacturers step up and support this worthy cause,” she said.
Already Sweetwater has signed on for the second year as title sponsor event. The Nashville chapter of the AES began the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund (NERF) in 1997 to benefit engineers in the Nashville community that experience medical or other life crisis.
“We have sold out in less than a week for most years and adding this day allows more people to play and become involved,” said engineer Bil Vorndick, a member the AES and one of the tournament’s founders.
In addition to the title sponsors, Pro Sound News, Mix Magazine and EQ Magazine will serve as media sponsors, while local vendors like Clair, Meyer Sound, Blackbird Studios and Rentals, Ocean Way Studios and East Iris Studios are among those that are long-time supporters of this event.
Interested parties should contact Nicole Cochran at email@example.com or visit the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund's Facebook page (link below).
Audio Masters Online Registration
Nashville Engineer Relief Fund Facebook Page