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SPARS Announces NAMM Sessions

Anaheim, CA (December 16, 2009)--SPARS has announced the lineup for the SPARS Sessions @ the H.O.T. Zone at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, January 14-17, 2010.
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Anaheim, CA (December 16, 2009)--SPARS has announced the lineup for the SPARS Sessions @ the H.O.T. Zone at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, January 14-17, 2010.

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The SPARS Sessions @ the H.O.T. Zone, featuring topics related specifically to the creative music process, are taking shape, with new ones being added as sponsors show interest in reaching the growing independent music and recording market. Some of the noted industry professionals who will appear include Bob Baker, The Buzz Factor; Robert Brock, Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences; Lisa Chamblee-Hampton, Making Music HerStory; Dave Earl, Pyramind; Dave Hampton, The Business of Audio Engineering; Ariel Hyatt, Ariel Publicity & Cyber PR; Michael Laskow, Taxi; Paul Lipson, Pyramind, G.A.N.G.; Chandra Lynn, Glow Marketing; Brian Mazzaferri, I Fight Dragons; Gino Sigismondi, Shure, Inc.; Tony van Veen, Disc Makers; and CD Baby.

The SPARS Sessions @ the H.O.T. Zone area will be accessible to recording professionals, studio owners, musicians, engineers and producers who register with SPARS prior to the NAMM show. All registered attendees will receive an e-mail confirmation, which will allow entrance to the seminar area.

SPARS Members and companies that fit the NAMM Membership criteria will additionally be allowed complimentary entrance to the NAMM show. Companies must register prior to December 31, 2009. Attendees can register by going to www.spars.com and clicking on the REGISTER HOT ZONE button.

The SPARS Sessions @ the H.O.T. Zone will offer a series of free special training seminars, face-to-face meetings, networking opportunities, and one-on-one mentoring to strengthen the knowledge base of industry colleagues. The sessions are designed to address the major changes in the Music Industry and how those changes are affecting the creative music process.

SPARS Sessions @ the H.O.T. Zone
www.spars.com/spars_sessions.html