Finding the Sweet Spot: Audio Production
An Exclusive Networking Event for Music Professionals
An evening about Audio Production ~ why, what and how to record your music and find the "sweet spot" of each song at home.
If you are a band member; a solo artist; a music blogger; a DJ, a venue booker; a band manager, or an event promoter: please join us for an evening of education, fun and beer. Or just beer and fun if you would rather!
Meet people; exchange ideas; make connections; and interact with other music industry professionals. Listen to a panel discussion from a panel composed of some of the TOP Audio Production professionals in Seattle.
In addition to the Panel, there will be a couple of local bookers present; networking and talking with bands and solo artists about some potential local gigs.
The focus of this event is an in-depth discussion of Audio Production. If you want to know how why, what and how to record your music and find the "sweet spot" of each song at home, attend this event. Come and pick the brains of some of the most knowledgeable Audio Production pros in Seattle.
Panel members will be available for a Q&A session after the presentation. You can feel free to ask them about any facet of Audio Production.
The schedule: 5:30 - 6:30 ~ Meet, Greet, Network
6:30 - 6:45 ~ Panel Introductions
6:45 - 7:45 ~ Panel Discussion
7:45 - 8:30 ~ Q & A
8:30 - 8:45 ~ Wrap-up
8:45 - 9:30 ~ More Networking!
Stevie Adamek: producer, engineer, composer for over 40 years in the NW, mentoring and teaching focused songwriting for the studio. One of the top studio instrumentalists in the Northwest, with credits for drums, bass, guitar, keyboards and background vocals, including Blueringer, an alt/country/rock band who just received 7 Grammy nominations for a CD he produced January 2010. TV commercials for Bank of America, Boeing, Microsoft, Rainier Beer and Beacon Plumbing. Taught Audio Engineering at the Art Institute of Seattle. http://www.stevieadamek.com
Garey Shelton: studio owner, engineer and producer for 30 years in the NW with over 90 albums recorded, protools expert and session bassist. Grammy winner Garey Shelton is one of the finest musicians in the Pacific Northwest -- he's played with BB King, James Brown, Tingstad & Rumbel, and appeared on more than 250 other albums -- and an award-winning engineer. A highly sought-after bass player, when he's not playing with the bands, he's recording and mixing for them at his own Garey Shelton Productions.
Steve Ball: From the All Music Guide: Guitarist Steve Ball is a Seattle musician that is known for his work with Robert Fripp. Besides playing in Fripp's band, he also has helped design King Crimson's artwork. He also founded the Seattle Guitar Circle, a nonprofit organization that sponsors music workshops, seminars, and concerts in the Puget Sound area. http://www.steveball.com
Tony Ciarochi: Musician, songwriter, and home recording enthusiast, Anthony (Tony) Ciarochi has been playing music professionally since the mid-70s, and has studied low-cost, home studio mixing and mastering just as long. In addition to appearing numerous recordings over the years, he has released several albums of his original music under the names "Warboys", "Flaming Boodah", and "StoneAge Thriller". He is also a complete computer geek and, in early 2001, created one of the first Pandora-like radio stations for promoting independent music online (mp3reaper.com). Tony is a talented keyboard player, currently playing with several bands in the Puget Sound area, including StoneAge Thriller, Tin Man, and The Aury Moore Band. He also recently played an invitation-only music party in California, along with several world-renowned Big Band musicians, including Dick Adams (The Harry James Orchestra) and Al Lerner (Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Harry James, etc.).
This event is only open to music professionals in the Seattle area. If you are connected in any way to the music industry, please come and enjoy.
The event is upstairs in The Hard Rock Cafe live music venue. Happy Hour prices will be in effect for the entire evening.
When tweeting about the event, please use the hashtag #4SeattleMusic
Hard Rock Cafe (View)
116 Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98101
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|