Mix Magazine Announces Third Annual “Mix Nashville”

Mix magazine announced programming today (2/5) for the third annual Mix Nashville, a professional audio event being held May 25-26 at Soundcheck Nashville. This gathering offers two full days of panels on the business and applications of studio and live production and features top engineers, producers and executives from the Nashville community.

This year’s programming will showcase everything from advances in production technology to new business strategies in the Mix Nashville expert panel series. Scheduled topics include The Power of Collaboration; Advanced Plug-In Techniques; Boosting Revenue; Recording Guitar; and Analog Techniques: When To Reach For The Rack.

This year’s event also marks the return of the popular Anatomy of a Hit Panels, which feature industry-leading producers, artists and engineers discussing the production techniques behind some of today’s biggest songs.

“We started Mix Nashville two years ago because we discovered a need to bring engineers, producers, record industry executives and manufacturers together under one roof,” says Mix Editor Tom Kenny. “Nashville is a true recording community, and the techniques and styles employed from Music Row to Berry Hill to Franklin are the techniques and styles of the recording industry at large. It’s a town steeped in analog recording and the latest digital technologies. And country music continues to sell. There is plenty to learn from Nashville.”

In addition to the expert panels, manufacturer partners will outfit the Soundcheck facility and host a series of master classes and hands-on product demos in themed production spaces: Plug-in Pavilion, Live Sound Showcase and Analog Alley. Post-panel Q&As will give attendees the opportunity to connect with some of the biggest names in the music industry.

Over the last two years, the event was attended by nearly more than 1,500 people from the Nashville professional audio community. Event programming has featured appearances by Dann Huff, Bill Vorn Dick, Jacquire King, Vance Powell, John McBride, George Massenburg, Robert Scovill, Buford Jones, Tony Brown, Lee Ann Womack, and Chuck Ainlay.

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