Exciting Announcements on Confirmed Panelists

As the 8th Annual Recording Summit at Welcome to 1979 is quickly approaching, Summit planning is in full swing! We have just released an exciting list of some of our confirmed panelists.

Some 2016 Panelist Highlights:
F. Reid Shippen: Among Shippen’s credits are names like Jewel, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, and Lady Antebellum, all for which he was a mixing engineer.
Pete Lyman: Lyman has engineered, mixed, and/or mastered for artists like Jason Isbell, Ben Harper, and Shooter Jennings.
Matt Ross-Spang: Ross-Spang engineered Jason Isbell’s 2013 album Something More Than Free.
Andrew Mendelson: Mendelson is the owner and chief mastering engineer at Georgetown Masters in Nashville.
Paul Worley: Worley has produced for the likes of Lady Antebellum, Sara Evans, and Martina McBride.
Dave Derr: Derr is the designer of the Empirical Labs Distressor.
Brent Maher: Composer and producer Brent Maher has worked with artists like The Judds and Kenny Rogers.
Richard Bennett: Bennet is a Composer, lyricist, and guitar player who has worked with and played for Neil Diamond, Billy Joel, and Miranda Lambert.
Neal Cappellino: The credits of engineer Neal Cappellino feature names like Willie Nelson, Vince Gill, and and Darius Rucker.

We are very excited about featuring these awesome panelists this year but there is still more to come! There are more panels, panelists and special guests that have yet to be announced!

The Summit is limited to 60 spots and many have already secured theirs. Sign up today because you’re not gonna want to miss it!10686720_10152534077133063_9140107938786345124_n

About welcometo1979

Welcome To 1979 is a retro, analog centric (but digital capable) recording studio in Nashville, TN that strives to cater to the independent & budget minded artists, producers and engineers. Featuring fully-restored analog tape machines, console, outboard equipment and microphones we ensure that “vintage” doesn’t mean “old and broken”. Along with tons of vintage gear, Welcome To 1979 also features tons of space: Over 7,000 square feet of unique recording and recreational spaces to help inspire your creativity, with or without the use of a computer! Fingers on Strings, Hands on Faders, Music on Tape. Welcome To 1979! View all posts by welcometo1979 →

One Response to Exciting Announcements on Confirmed Panelists

  1. Timothy S Kelly says:

    I want to work at Welcome To 1979!!!

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