SAE Institute Nashville: Save Music City A Home Studio Expo

Nashville, TN

SAE Institute Nashville: Save Music City A Home Studio Expo

SAE Institute Nashville will be promoting local Nashville Producer Lij Shaw's challenge to the metro code that prohibits home businesses from serving clients on-site. Nashville's music history is based around home studios. However, current local laws are at odds with the music industry. A lawsuit was filed in December 2017 with help from the non-profit libertarian public interest law firm Institute for Justice and non-profit free-market think tank The Beacon Center of Tennessee

SAE Institute Nashville will host a home studio expo to celebrate and promote the creativity of Nashville's music community. Keynote speaker will include L. Shaw to participate in an open discussion of the threat to Nashville's music identity. Industry partners and vendors will be on-site to promote and support home studios. 

Join us on campus for interactive demonstrations, product demonstrations, and more:

Modern Interface Recording with Stager Microphones and Vintage King
Andy Wildrick, SAE Institute Nashville  Audio Program Chair, will demonstrate home recording techniques using the latest home studio interfaces.
Kali Audio LP-8 Studio Monitors to be demoed and then raffled to attendees.

Analog Demonstration with Stager Microphones
Brandon Blane Highfill co-owner of Eastside Music Supply (EMS) will be demonstrating old school tape recording. 
Kali Audio LP-8 Studio Monitors to be demoed and then raffled to attendees.

Acoustic Room Treatment Demonstration with ProSoCoustic
Room correction software demonstrated by SAE Institute Technology Supervisor Chris Dilday 

Discussion Panels
Hear from industry icons including: Ivy Hall, Aaron Kennedy (Engage the Universe), Greg Archilla (Engineer/Producer: Collective Soul, Matchbox 20), Jack Clarke (Engineer/Producer: Cody Johnson, Randall King), Lij Shaw, and many more!

We look forward to seeing you on campus to join in on the conversation and participate in this free event. Food and drink will be provided, and free SWAG will be given out to those who attend. 

Find out how YOU CAN HELP today. Visit change.org to learn more. 

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