NAMM 2011 SPARS Sessions @ HOT Zone

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From time to time, SPARS hosts seminars, panel discussions and workshops called SPARS Sessions. Check back here to find out about any upcoming events.

SPARS hosted a very successful series of workshops / seminars at the NAMM 2010 Show called SPARS Sessions at the H.O.T. (Hands-On Training) Zone.

SPARS will be hosting a couple of sessions again at the NAMM Winter 2011 Show on January 15, 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Upcoming SPARS Sessions:

NAMM 2011 Winter Show
Saturday, January 15, 2011
H.O.T. Zone Sessions
Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, California

SPARS Sessions@the H.O.T. Zone

MODERN PRODUCTION TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

Saturday, January 15, 2011 / 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – Stage Room / 204B – Register
Panelists’ Bios

Moderator: Barry RudolphBarryRudolph.com – Recording Engineer/Mixer/Journalist

Panelists: (Panelists’ Bios)

Chris Estes – Endless Analog Manufacturer of CLASP Device

Curtis Ewing– Westlake Pro Audio Retail Perspective

Michael Lloyd – IMDb – Producer / Music Supervisor Professional

Khaliq Glover – Khaliq-o-Vision.com – Producer / Mix Engineer Professional

Myron Chandler – My1 Systems / Technical Consultant Utilization

Description:

Barry Rudolph will lead panelists through a discussion of many of the latest production tools and methods. Participants will discuss every thing from new devices to applications to implementation of vintage concepts designed into new products. Audience will have the opportunity to listen to examples.

Register

THE FUTURE OF THE RECORDING STUDIO

Saturday, January 15, 2011 / 1:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. – Studio Room / 204A – Register
Panelists’ Bios

Moderator: Tom Kenny – Editorial Director / Mix / Electronic Musician, / Remix Magazines

Panelists: (Panelists’ Bios)

Tina Morris – Manager, / The Village Studios Large Studio

Randy EmataRandyEmata.com – Producer / Engineer – Professional

George Adjieff – West LA Music / Music Retailer / Studio – Applications

George Shaw – Glyph Storage Technology / Hard Drive Manufacturer Digital Asset Management

Ed Fassio – Exsilio Corporation / IT Solution Provider Cloud Computing, Web activity

Dave Hampton – MATK Corporation / Studio Designer / Tech Specialist – Emerging Trends

Description:

Mix editor Tom Kenny will discuss the future of the traditional studio. He will be asking all the panelists to comment from their perspective and experience. Topics covered will be traditional studio operations, room design, acoustic product, buying trends, data management, cloud recording, and new innovations.

Register

Our thanks to Dave Hampton, MATK Corporation, for his assistance in organizing these great SPARS Sessions @ the HOT Zone. In addition, we would like to acknowledge the continued support of Don Griffin, West LA Music / Westlake Pro Audio, and his talented team of music and recording professionals.

THE FUTURE OF THE RECORDING STUDIO

Saturday, January 15, 2011 / 1:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. – Studio Room (100)

Moderator: Tom Kenny- Editorial Director, Mix, Electronic Musician, Remix Magazines

Panelists:

Tina Morris – Manager, The Village Studios-Large Studio

George Adjieff – West LA Music

Music Retailer / Studio – Applications

George Shaw – Glyph Storage Technology

Hard Drive Manufacturer- Digital Asset Management

Ed Fassio – Exsilio Corporation

IT Solution Provider- Cloud Computing, Web activity

SPARS NAMM Panels – continued, Page 2

Dave Hampton - MATK corp.

Studio Designer / Tech Specialist – Emerging Trends

Description:

Mix editor Tom Kenny will discuss the future of the traditional studio. He will be asking all the panelists to comment from their perspective and experience. Topics covered will be traditional studio operations, room design, acoustic product, buying trends, data management, cloud recording, and new innovations.

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One Response to NAMM 2011 SPARS Sessions @ HOT Zone

  1. christensenp says:

    Michael, last year SPARS was able to offer SPARS Sessions@the HOT Zone attendees the opportunity to request a NAMM Badge. This year we do not have that opportunity. NAMM has changed their policy for Hot Zone Attendees. However, SPARS will be presenting two HOT Zone Sessions. You can get more information and registration information here:

    http://spars.com/home/2010/12/namm-2011-spars-sessions-hot-zone/

    As in 2009, the SPARS Sessions @ the HOT Zone seminars are free and open to the public. We hope to see you there.

    Best wishes from all of us at SPARS…
    Paul Christensen
    Executive Director

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