Audio Architects of the Nashville Sound 2017
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June 4, 2017 - The Nashville Chapter of the Audio Engineering Society pays tribute to the city’s trailblazing engineers. "Nashville would never have become a recording center without the engineers," says Country Music Hall of Fame guitarist Harold Bradley. Audio engineers Fred Cameron, Jack Linneman, and Brent Maher; mastering engineer John Eberle; and Carlo Sound founders Richard Carpenter and John Logan receive the AES Nashville Lifetime Achievement Award. This year’s honorees are industry pioneers who engineered hits by a wide variety of artists including Chuck Berry, Floyd Cramer, Duke Ellington, Gladys Knight, Benny Martin, the Osborne Brothers, Ray Price, Marty Stuart, Ike and Tina Turner, and Mac Wiseman. Photos, audio samples, and video remembrances from the musicians, artists, and producers who worked with them illustrate the impact these engineers have had on the creative and technical evolution of Nashville’s studio scene.