SPARS announces NAMM H.O.T. Zone Studio Summit

NAMM_HotZone2012As part of its ongoing commitment to NAMM and the H.O.T. Zone and for the third consecutive year, SPARS will be presenting a SPARS Studio Summit in Anaheim on Saturday,  January 21, 2011. The group of SPARS Sessions will consist of four hours of keynote addresses, interactive roundtables and master classes featuring some of the best known producers, engineers and recording personalities working in the industry today.

SPARS SessionsSaturday, January 21, 2012
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Anaheim Convention Center
H.O.T. Zone (upper level)
Room 203 A&B

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Keynote with Q&A
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Master Class with Q&A
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Panel Discussions with Q&A moderated by Tom Kenny (Editor, Mix, Electronic Musician, Remix Magazines)

“When a Professional Studio is Needed”
The theme is the role of professional studios in the overall recording process.

We have seen an explosion of smaller project studios and much work can be accomplished in these studios. However, there comes a time when recording at a professional studio may become necessary. Featured in this summit are studio operators combined with artists, producers and engineers to discuss the role of professional studios and how they are selected and used.

Participants (as of December 13, 2011 – more to come)
Tom Kenny, Editor, Mix, Electronic Musician, Remix Magazines
Joe Chicarelli, Producer / Engineer
Michael Lloyd, Producer
Barak Moffitt, Executive Vice President, EMI Group (Capitol/Virgin/EMI/etc and EMI Publishing)
Jeff Greenberg (Village Recording Studios)
Jason Upstart (Firehouse Recording Studios)
Ed Woolley (Firehouse Recording Studios)
Candace Stewart (EastWest Studios)
Kirk Imamura (Avatar Studios)

More information and registration…

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