For Release: February 16, 2012
NASHVILLE: Earlybird registration for the Nashville Recording Workshop + Expo 2012 will close at the end of day tomorrow, February 17. Registration for the event includes two full days of program content, lunch both days and the first evening reception. The event is designed to help personal studio owners make the most of their productions. The event is a production of AES Nashville in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society, Inc. in New York. NRW+E 2012 will be held on March 2 & 3, 2012 at the Rocketown event center at 601 4th Ave, Nashville, TN.
NRW+E presenters include leading producers, engineers, publishing professionals and artists sharing their professional techniques and knowledge in a program designed to boost creativity and the technical prowess of recording musicians, songwriters laying down demos, and engineers working in personal production spaces. Additional breakout sessions will include tracks covering business and legal issues, and essential info on studio infrastructure.
The keynote address for NRW 2012 will be presented by artist Keb’ Mo’, who will return at the end of the first day of sessions with his engineer John Schirmer, to walk through the production of a complete song from start to finish, revealing the depths of what’s possible within a personal space. The capstone event will feature artist Beth Nielsen Chapman following the development of a project that began in a personal space but also included professional contributions in tracking, mixing and mastering. Throughout the program, audio pros will present sessions ranging from microphone preamp basics to acoustics fundamentals to demo arranging and collaboration via the internet.
“Early Bird” registration for AES members and members of participating professional songwriter, performance, musician and engineering organizations is $79, non-members is $99, student members is $39, and non-member students is $59. Full program listings, information on registering and on booking an exhibition are online.
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org