SAE's Audio Technology Program grads include industry leaders, Grammy-winners, and top up-and-coming engineers and producers. Presenting an educational panel at NAMM that shares valuable mastering tips is right in line with what SAE is all about.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 11, 2014
The Los Angeles campus of SAE Institute, a creative media arts college, will present a panel called “Mastering Do’s and Don’ts” at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, January 23.
The panel will be part of The H.O.T. Zone (Hands on Training), which provides live educational sessions and innovative ideas for professionals in the audio, entertainment technologies, music business operations, recording, live sound, DJ, house of worship, commercial systems contractors/integrators, and stage and lighting industries.
“Graduates of our Audio Technology Program include industry leaders, Grammy-winners, and top up-and-coming recording/mixing engineers and producers in the entertainment business,” says Bridget Gardiner, Campus Director of SAE Institute. “Presenting an educational panel at NAMM’S H.O.T. Zone that shares valuable tips, advice, and ideas from some of today’s most respected mastering pros is right in line with what SAE is all about.”
“Mastering Do’s and Don’ts” will be held from 3:00 to 4:30PM in the Tech Lab (202B). Some of the world’s busiest mastering engineers – including Grammy-winner Gavin Lurrsen (Queens of the Stone Age, Ben Harper, Alison Krauss And Robert Plant, “Inside Llewen Davis”), Peter Doell (Miles Davis, REM, Robyn), Howie Weinberg (Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Clash, White Stripes), and Tom Rogers (Jon DeRosa, AM, Magnetic Fields, IAMX) - will discuss final mix delivery formats, stereo bus compression, and stems vs. stereo mixdowns.
NAMM will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA from January 23 through January 26. SAE’s panel will be held on Thursday, January 23. For more information about NAMM 2014 and to register, visit the NAMM site.