Prism Sound will be hosting Mic to Monitor educational seminars as part of the AES Project Studio Expo at the upcoming AES Convention in New York.
To be held November 1, the series of seminars will run throughout the day, targeted at all levels of music production and engineering attendees.
The primary goal is to dispel many myths surrounding the recording process, as well as address topics such as what makes great gear “great,” what it takes to become a successful engineer, and how professionals tackle different aspects of their productions to create hit records.
Among the speakers lined up for the event are Prism Sound technical director Ian Dennis, Maselec founder Leif Masses, ATC technical sales and applications engineer Ben Lilly, and Gik Acoustics president Glenn Kuras.
The 200-seat Project Studio Expo will be located on the AES trade show floor next to the exhibits, and is open to the public.The seminars, which last approximately 45 minutes each, are free and will be delivered via headphones so prevent interference from show floor noise. There will also be opportunities to ask questions and demo recording equipment.
Graham Boswell, sales director of Prism Sound, states, “We’re very excited about bringing Mic to Monitor to the AES show. The music recording industry is constantly evolving and there are always new tricks and techniques to be learned, even by people who are already making a successful living in this field.”