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Saturday, October 5 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Steps to the Future - Effectively Using Mentors to Help Build a Career
: Theresa Leonard, Director of Audio, The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada
Jim Anderson, Independent Recording Engineer and AES VP
Edwin Dolinsky, Director of Audio Studios, Electronic Arts, Vancouver, BC,
Bill Dooley, SPARS, The Village Recorder
Leslie Ann Jones, Director of Music Recording and Scoring, Skywalker Sound
Kevin Killen, Independent Recording Engineer, New York, NY, USA
Richard King,
Senior Recording Engineer, Sony Music Studios
David Moulton, Moulton Laboratories, Groton, MA, USA
Julie Perez, Music Mixer for "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"
Thriving in the audio industry takes more than technical aptitude—it helps to have guidance from industry professionals. Learn about the benefits of mentor relationships, and how to develop your own network of industry connections via mentoring. Students have a chance to learn first-hand from industry veterans by attending a mentoring panel and then signing up for one-on-one time with one of the distinguished participants.

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