Oslo, 10. juli 2020 – Remote recording, mixing and production have been a part of the creation of music for a long time. But with the travel restrictions brought by COVID-19, new opportunities and the need for these services now become more evident. On July 14 at 17:00 Berlin time, hosts Andy Egerton and Tim Moore welcome five musicians and engineers to a round-table discussion, where the panel will share how they collaborate with clients to create music remotely. The hosts and panellists in this live seminar will be happy to answer your questions.
Keio Stroud (Drummer for Big and Rich), Luke Moller (String Musician and Producer), Hubert Payne (Drummer for Little Big Town), Johnny Hiland (Guitar Artist, Session Player) and Kenny Thurman (Engineer – Phil Vassar) will discuss how they initially become involved in projects of this nature, describe the challenges and their approach to recording and delivering their parts for each production.
Live Round Table
Remote production, recording and mixing
July 14, 17:00 Berlin, 16:00 London, 11:00 New York, 8:00 Los Angeles
Please register at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jsuASv5kSeKJ8_EExJi62A
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