The Nashville Recording Workshop + Expo 2012 will be held March 2-3, 2012 at Rocketown and is designed to help musicians use their personal studios to the fullest potential. The event is a production of AES Nashville in conjunction with the Audio
Engineering Society, Inc. in New York.
Keb Mo will open the event with a keynote address and Q&A. Additionally, his engineer John Schirmer will walk the audience through the production of a song from start to finish in the final session of the first day.
The capstone session of NRW+E 2012 will feature acclaimed singer/songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman. The session will follow Chapman’s production from its beginnings in a personal recording space through tracking, mixing and mastering, illuminating the production elements added at each stage by a number of professional participants, including tracking engineer Trina Shoemaker and mix engineer David Leonard.
Additional presenters include leading producers, engineers, publishing professionals and artists.
Cosette Collier is Chairman of the Nashville Section of AES.
Registration includes two full days of program content, lunch both days and the first evening reception. Registration for AES members and members of participating professional songwriter, performance, musician and engineering organizations is $99, non-members $109, student members $59, and non-member students $79.
For details visit www.nashvillerecordingworkshop.com.