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THE MEMPHIS CHAPTER AND PRODUCERS & ENGINEERS
WING OF THE RECORDING ACADEMY® TO
HOST INDIE IMPACT WORKSHOP ON MIXING
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Nov 2, 2006) — The Memphis
Chapter of The Recording Academy® in association with the Producers
& Engineers Wing® today announced that it will host How To Make
A GRAMMY®-Winning Mix: A Listening Session With Paul Ebersold, on
November 14, 2006 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m, as part of the Indie Impact
series of monthly workshops designed for music industry entrepreneurs.
Indie Impact is a GRAMMY Professional Development Event which features
workshops and networking opportunities for independent musicians and
labels. How To Make A GRAMMY-Winning Mix will focus on the art of engineering,
mixing and producing recordings with GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer
Ebersold is a Memphis-based, GRAMMY-winning producer and
engineer who has worked with such artists as Third Day, 3 Doors Down
and Sister Hazel. With more than 20 years of experience in the industry,
he is one of the nation's most sought-out producers.
The workshop is free to Recording Academy members and
$5.99 for the general public. The session will be held at the Media
Co-Op at First Congo in the Cooper-Young neighborhood (1000 South Cooper
St.) on Tuesday, November 14 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
For more information, call the Memphis Chapter at 901.525.1340
or email Memphis@grammy.com.
Currently, 6,000 professionals comprise the Producers
& Engineers Wing, which was established for producers, engineers,
remixers, manufacturers, technologists, and other related creative and
technical professionals in the recording community. This organized voice
for the creative and technical recording community addresses issues
that affect the craft of recorded music, while ensuring its role in
the development of new technologies, recording and mastering recommendations,
and archiving and preservation initiatives. The Wing builds on the existing
regional professional development activities of The Recording Academy,
which include workshops, forums and panel discussions, and other recording
technology-related events, all occurring locally and nationally throughout
the year. For more information please visit www.producersandengineers.com.
Established in 1957, the National Academy of Recording
Arts & Sciences, Inc., also known as The Recording Academy, is an
organization of musicians, producers, engineers and recording professionals
that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of
life for music and its makers. Internationally known for the GRAMMY
Awards, The Recording Academy is responsible for groundbreaking professional
development, cultural enrichment, advocacy, education and human service
programs — including the creation of the national public education
campaign What's The Download® (WhatsTheDownload.com).
For more information on the Memphis Chapter of The Recording Academy,
please visit www.grammy.com/memphis.
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Katherine Sage/Memphis Chapter of The Recording Academy/901.525.1340
Lourdes López/The Recording Academy/310.392.3777
Robert Clyne/Neilson Clyne Inc./email@example.com