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Grammy Award Winning Sound Engineer in Residence at Pacific's Conservatory of Music

Feb 22, 2012

Grammy award winning sound engineer Paul Klingberg will be in residence at the Conservatory of Music Friday, February 24th and Saturday, February 25th to teach and coach students in the art and craft of music recording and production.  Throughout 25 years as a top sound engineer he has worked with a diverse range of artists including Earth, Wind & Fire, Cher, Ramsey Lewis, Jonathan Butler, Loreena McKennitt, Don Grusin, Chicago, The Big Phat Band, and served as 5.1-channel music mixer for DirectTV's Los Angeles Broadcast Center.

Residency Schedule:

  • Friday, February 24th: master class in Audio Production followed by a discussion of career realities of sound engineers and session musicians working in the Los Angeles industry. 
  • Saturday, February 25th: day long master class "Recording and Mixing a Single" where Conservatory students will collaborate to write, arrange, perform and/or replace existing parts on a recently released album that Paul Klingberg recorded.  Conservatory student producer/engineers will have the amazing opportuinity to set-up, record, and mix the newly created recording. 

For more information about this residence, please contact Keith Hatschek, Music Management Program Director.
Learn more about Paul Klingberg by visiting his website.

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