Los Angeles, CA (April 1, 2013)-Jason Carson has been named vice president/general manager of The Record Plant Recording Studios, studio president Rose Mann-Cherney announced last month.
In his new position, Carson will work closely with Mann-Cherney and CEO Rick Stevens, continuing to implement the strategic business plan that has made the Record Plant what it is today. Additionally, Carson will continue tending to his responsibilities for all aspects of the Record Plant's operations, engineering, staff and finance.
"During his tenure at Record Plant, Jason has exhibited true leadership, with commitment to and passion for music and an exemplary work ethic," said Mann-Cherney. "He has been a tremendous asset to our organization, and it is with great pride that we can now call him 'vice president/general manager.'"
Carson started at the Record Plant Recording Studios in 2001 as a runner, and then assistant engineer. He rose rapidly over the years and was named chief engineer in 2005. He is a 2001 graduate of Berklee College of Music where he earned a BA in Music Production and Engineering.
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