The no-nonsense engineer was responsible for that GRAMMY Hall Of Fame album as well as gems by Linda Ronstadt, The Band and Gordon Lightfoot.
To Kimié Miner, COVID-19 made artists face a choice: Close up shop or "give unprecedented access to our personal worlds."
In the third and final installment of the three-part webinar series, musicians and engineers reveal how to make your livestreamed performance shine.
Singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah, who was nominated for Best American Roots Song at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards in 2020, discusses her beginnings and how she found a community in the Recording Academy.
The legendary radio DJ Donnie Simpson and songwriter-producer Jimmy Jam survey their long friendship and chop it up about the entertainment business hustle.
Women In The Mix® aims to highlight female producers, engineers, artists, and executives in the music industry. Members of the music community are invited to participate in the inaugural GRAMMY® Week event.
This hour-long program will celebrate the 20-year milestone of the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing® with highlights from the past two decades and a look into the future.
Join the Recording Academy Washington D.C. Chapter for a very special Up Close & Personal with trailblazer and true media legend, Donnie Simpson.
On the second installment of the three-part webinar series, music recording engineers demonstrate the best use of remote communication and collaboration.