Panel: Audio Architects of the Nashville Sound
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June 7, 2015 - The Nashville Chapter of the Audio Engineering Society pays tribute to the city’s recording pioneers in this annual program. "Nashville would never have become a recording center without the engineers," so says Country Music Hall of Fame guitarist Harold Bradley. This 2015 honorees were recording engineers Jim Malloy, Tom Pick, and Charlie Tallent; mastering engineer Randy Kling; audio equipment designer Paul Buff; and influential Belmont University educator Robert E. Mulloy, who was the driving force behind the development of the school’s music business program. Participants shared stories, and honorees or their representatives received the AES Nashville Lifetime Achievement Award.