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My guest on the podcast this week is Billy Decker, who was one of the first mixers in Nashville to embrace mixing in the box and one of the first to mix a #1 single ITB as well. All totaled, he has mixed eight #1 hits so far for artists like Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, […]Continue reading
If you’re going to the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim this week, check out the AES conference that happens concurrently on the 4th floor of the Hilton Hotel. I’ve put together the studio-related sessions for the conference that includes a great list of speakers, including Andrew Scheps, Jack Joseph Puig, Sylvia Massey, Richard Chycki, Michael […]Continue reading
It’s fair to say that AES president-elect David Scheirman is a live sound expert, since he’s done everything from mixing bands like America and Electric Light Orchestra to designing sound systems for the New York Philharmonic and the Atlanta Olympics. He’s also spent time on the manufacturing side as well in executive positions at JBL […]Continue reading
As I said in my post yesterday, there were fewer audio software companies at AES than one might have expected. The reason is that many software companies are boutique operations with only a few employees, so taking time away from development and spending a lot of money on a show is a critical decision. When […]Continue reading