Santa Monica, Calif. (February 8, 2021) — As part of its ongoing mission of providing resources for both its membership and the wider industry, the Recording Academy® Producers & Engineers Wing® is hosting a three-part online series titled "Remote Controlled," demonstrating techniques for optimizing home setups for remote recording and streaming.
Part 3, produced by the Recording Academy Texas Chapter, is coming up on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 12 p.m. PT and will cover best practices and hints for improving livestreaming performances. Visit https://grm.my/2XZyOWA for more details and to access the event.
Hosted by the Recording Academy Washington, D.C. Chapter, Part 1 focused on home recording for artists and musicians, and premiered on Facebook on Thursday, Jan. 28. This segment paired both a vocalist and an acoustic percussionist each with a studio professional to help guide them toward getting the best results.
The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter hosted Part 2 on Thursday, Feb. 4, and the session provided tips and advice for artists and musicians on how to maximize recording sessions while working remotely with a producer and/or engineer.
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Photo caption 1: Recording Academy® Producers & Engineers Wing® is hosting a three-part online event, "Remote Controlled," a video series demonstrating techniques for optimizing home setups for remote recording and streaming. Part 3 streams on Thursday, Feb. 11.
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