Los Angeles, CA (May 25, 2007)--For the second year in a row, top audio professionals convened at The Village Recorder for the "From Home To Studio" Conference last weekend to share their tips and tricks for making great home studio recordings and teaching the essentials for making a successful career in audio engineering/producing.
Pictured (L-R foreground) are Village Recorder CEO Jeff Greenberg and studio manager Brooke Boyle, engineer Ralph Sutton, conference leader David Hampton, hard drive sponsor Avastor VP Richard Wilson, and engineer/event coordinator Lisa Hampton. Photo by David Goggin.The annual conference was established by engineer and consultant David Hampton, who for over 25 years has contributed to the success of top artists such as Herbie Hancock, Marcus Miller, Prince, and Rafael Saadiq. His book, So, You're an Audio Engineer. . . Well, Here's the Other Stuff You Need to Know is used in classes at Full Sail's Recording Arts program.
Among conference participants were Grammy Award-winning engineers Ralph Sutton (Stevie Wonder), Khaliq Glover (Prince, Justin Timberlake), producer/arranger/programmer Darrell Diaz (Herbie Hancock, Arturia), Leslie Ann Jones (Skywalker Sound), Al Ramirez, Conley Abrams III, Clarence McDonald, Eric Zobler (George Duke), Morris Hayes, Randy Emata, Tina Morris, and Kelli Clark. A highlight of the weekend was a panel discussion moderated by comedian/actor/studio owner Sinbad.
Sponsors included the Producers & Engineers Wing of NARAS, GC Pro, HP, Monster Cable, MATK Corp. Blue Sky International, Glyph Technologies, RackMount City and Avastor.
For info about the conference, visit: www.soyoureanaudioengineer.com