The Recording Academy Washington, D.C. Chapter gathered an elite group to explore how the two industries and cultures can work together and uplift each other.
Each year the Recording Academy presents Music’s Biggest Night: The GRAMMYs. Hundreds of seat fillers are cast. We captured the experience of one of them.
Watch an interview with producer Jamie Hartman at Village Studios.
Producer/engineer Lynne Earls reflects on some of the amazing artists with whom she's worked.
Engineer Jeff Gartenbaum reflects on some of the top-tier artists he's had the fortune to work at The Village Studios.
At this Atlanta Chapter and P&E Wing event, Dave Cobb and Butch Walker reminisce over different stages of their journey to the recording console.
In a world where new sounds from new gear always promises to be the next thing, this nominee knows it's the ears and sound of the music that counts.
Super-producer No. I.D. in an extended interview from 2015 takes us behind the scenes for his Chicago rise in house music and beyond.
At Winter Music Conference 2014, all-star DJ/producers panel gives insight into making and performing the clips that make the world dance.
The exceptional DJ/producers panel have blurred the line between DJ-ing, playing someone else's music, and being an original musical artist in your own right.
Panel in 2014 titled "Musicians For Audio Quality" hopes we are only at the beginning of new hi-res experiences to come.
Master mixer Manny Marroquin gives an extended evening talk filled with tips and tricks for achieving a sensational finished sound.
A quick view of how the horizontal arrangement view and the vertical session view let DJs perform clips and mix inspiration.
Authorities on analog tape use, production and services, this 2014 AES panel has the goods to make projects sound good, with the analog touch.
2014 Memphis Chapter event outlined what was the state-of-the-art at that time for ensuring correct digital credits are associated with recorded works.