The Art of Record Production
October 23, 2015
A star-studded lineup of audio engineers, producers, scholars and musicians will participate in the 10th Annual Art of Record Production Conference (ARP) from November 6 to 8. Speakers range from Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer Tony Maserati, who has worked with artists like Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Tupac Shakur; neo-classical recording artist and Golden Globe Award winner, Suzanne Ciani; Dr. Susan Rogers, a researcher and one of the world’s few female record producers, who has worked as a staff engineer for Prince and a producer for David Byrne; and many more. Click here for highlights of Keynote speakers and here for the robust three-day program of the international conference, which will focus on the theme Cultural Intersections.
Dozens of expert panelists will lead discussions surrounding four main topics, including Agency: Content Creators in Record Production; Multi-Polarities: Contextualizing the Art of Record Production; Education: Connecting Research to Practical Education; and Ten Years On: The Art of Record Production.
ARP is presented annually by the Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production (ASARP), an academic organization dedicated to the study of the production of recorded music and whose members are, or have been, professional recording engineers, producers and musicians. ASARP maintains close ties to the international recording industry and collaborates with other bodies to organize research events and lend support for research projects and funding bids.
Click here to learn more about the association, which you can register for here. The ARP conference is only open to ASARP members.
For more information, please contact conference organizer and Music Industry professor Toby Seay at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students interested in being a part of the conference should also contact Professor Seay.