Nashville, TN (May 8, 2013) — The 4th Annual Nashville Recording Workshop +Expo, set to take place on May 14th and 15th at the Rocketown Event Center in downtown Nashville. Presented by the Audio Engineering Society, Nashville Section, this two-day event features presentations from top producers, engineers, and other industry professionals, as well as a keynote speech and on-stage production demonstration by Sugarland’s Kristian Bush. Additionally, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean will be join the AES Nashville Section in recognizing “Nashville Audio Engineer Week”, May 12th through 18th, to coincide with the Nashville Recording Workshop +Expo and AudioMasters Benefit Golf Tournament, and Mayor Dean will be on-hand for a special opening ceremonies event the first day of the show.
This year’s lineup of presenters covers a wide scope of topics ranging from acoustics and home studio issues, to business and songwriting, and common production techniques for getting the most out of a selective studio budget. One highlight of the event, “Progression of a Project”, will feature keynote speaker, artist, songwriter, and personal studio owner, Kristian Bush, and his engineering and production partner, Tom Tapley, walking through the production of a complete song from start to finish. The duo will highlight the role of technology in the creative process, revealing the depths of what’s possible within and without a personal recording space. Day two’s “Progression of a Project” presentation will further feature engineer/producer Steve Marcantonio, who, having worked early in his engineering career with John Lennon in New York City, assembled a coalition of Nashville artists, studio musicians and facilities for a tribute album to benefit the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund. Steve follows the progression of tunes from “We All Shine On”, from start to finish, with comments about the collaborators’ contributions, and comparisons to the original foundation.
Another integral part of the Nashville Recording Workshop +Expo, the showcase exhibit area, will feature over 30 pro audio manufacturers and related services showing their latest offerings. Attendees will have ample opportunity for hands-on product showcases and demos, along with networking opportunities with audio professionals from around the country. Additionally, two state-of-the-art mobile facilities will be on-hand for tours and demonstration by attendees. The first, TNDV’s “Vibration” mobile production studio (featuring a Studer Vista 9 console, 7.1 surround sound, and interface for up to 256 inputs), specializes in mobile, multi-cam, and hi-def productions for any size or type of venue.Alongside will be the Yamaha Rolling Showroom – a spacious, hands-on exhibit of the latest NUAGE product line, developed in conjunction with Steinberg, utilizing the powerful Dante audio network protocol. Both impressive facilities will be open, along with other exhibitor booths and showcases, throughout the two day event.
Presented by the AES Nashville Section in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society, and designed to share the expertise of audio pros with home studio owners, musicians, songwriters, producers and engineers, NRW+E 2013 will feature presentations by industry pros, exhibits by audio gear manufacturers and an opening night reception. Panelists slated to appear include Jonell Polansky, Chris Mara, Chris Estes, Bil VornDick, Richard Adler, Lynn Fuston, Glenn Meadows, Mike Metlay, Randy Wachtler, Tom Tapely, and Steve Marcantonio, among others.
Sponsors and exhibitors for this year’s Nashville Recording Workshop +Expo include: ADAM, AEA, API, Asterope, Cartec Audio, Daking, Drawmer, Earthworks, Electronic Musician, Empirical Labs, Flourish Acoustics, Focusrite Novation, GluBoost, Gordon Instruments, ITI Audio, Latch Lake, Magix, Mix Magazine, MusicStartsHere.org, Nashville Muse, New Bay Media, New Life Digital Media, NTS ProMedia, PhasX Acoustics, PixAural, Prism Sound, Pro Audio Review, Pro Sound News, Recording, Sabra-Som, Samplitude, Sonodyne, Sontec, Sony Electronics, Sweetwater, TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik, TransAudio Group, Unity Audio, Waves Distro, Waves Audio, and Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems.
Reduced rates are available for students and members of professional industry organizations (AES, AFM, NSAI, Recording Academy, SPARS, RMA, BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, SMPTE).
For more complete schedule and registration information visit www.nashvillerecordingworkshop.com.