“Lost In Transaction” Panel Held At Ocean Way Studios in Nashville

L-R: Shannon Sanders, Nashville P&E Wing Committee Co-Chair; panelist Joe D’Ambrosio, talent management company head; Julian King, Nashville P&E Wing Committee Co-Chair; panelist and attorney Elizabeth Gregory; panelist Jay Frank, entrepreneur and author and Owner/CEO of DigSin; moderator Dan Daley; and Jeff Balding, President of The Recording Academy's Nashville Chapter Board of Governors. Photo courtesy of The Recording Academy.

Pictured (L-R): Shannon Sanders, Nashville P&E Wing Committee Co-Chair; panelist Joe D’Ambrosio, talent management company head; Julian King, Nashville P&E Wing Committee Co-Chair; panelist and attorney Elizabeth Gregory; panelist Jay Frank, entrepreneur and author and Owner/CEO of DigSin; moderator Dan Daley; and Jeff Balding, President of The Recording Academy’s Nashville Chapter Board of Governors. Photo courtesy of The Recording Academy.

The Producers & Engineers Wing of The Recording Academy, in conjunction with The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter, recently hosted “Lost In Transaction” at Ocean Way Studios in Nashville on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. The panel included Attorney Elizabeth Gregory, Entrepreneur and author Jay Frank, and Joe D’Ambrosio, head of the talent management company Joe D’Ambrosio Management, Inc. The discussion focused on the increasingly complex and intricate landscape that the music industry has become for artists, record producers and recording engineers.

“‘Lost In Transaction’ has become a highly anticipated event for both the Producers & Engineers Wing and The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter,” stated Maureen Droney, Managing Director of the P&E Wing. “It covers an often overlooked but critical aspect of music production, which is the business of music production. We all love the technical aspects of making music, and our passion for music itself has never been stronger. But without a firm understanding of the how our industry is changing around us, our ability to continue to make music for a living becomes imperiled. ‘Lost in Transaction” is how we keep our members aware of how the music business is changing.”

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