The Recording Academy‘s Nashville chapter, in partnership with the Producers and Engineers Wing, will feature a presentation by engineer Andrew Scheps, along with a panel discussion with producer Chuck Ainlay, singer-songwriter-studio owner Ben Folds, producer and publisher Frank Liddell and mastering engineer Bob Ludwig on April 25. The panel will discuss current listening formats, sound quality, and how to capture authentic performances from artists. The event, which has limited seating and is open only to Recording Academy members, will be held at The Listening Room (217 2nd Ave. S.) beginning at 5:30 p.m. CT. Doors will open at 5 p.m. To attend RSVP here by Monday, April 22.
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Australian singer-songwriter Kane Harrison has joined SESAC‘s roster of writers. Harrison has released two singles, “Crazy” and “Slow Burn.” Harrison recently stopped by SESAC’s Nashville headquarters to celebrate the new partnership.
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Joanna Smith performed an acoustic set for the WDKN Open House last week.
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