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AES NY SECTION EVENT - CAPTIVATING CAPTURES

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NYU Steinhardt, Music Tech Dept.

35 W. 4th Street

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AES NY Section presents CAPTIVATING CAPTURES ftr. Steve Remote and Thom Cadley Moderated by Paul "Willie Green" Womack

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CAPTIVATING CAPTURES featuring Steve Remote and Thom Cadley

Join us for a fun and fascinating panel discussion moderated by Paul “Willie Green” Womack with two legendary industry veterans of live sound. There will be a 7PM meet and greet so everyone can get some networking as well!

Panel will start at 7:30PM

Let's keep making our section and its events ROCK! The committee is looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Paul "Willie Green" Womack:

Having built a discography boasting names such as Wiz Khalifa, Donnie McClurkin, The Roots, Open Mike Eagle, Billy Woods, Milo and many more, Paul "Willie Green" Womack has established himself as one of the top record makers in independent urban music. Residing in Brooklyn NY, Womack is a graduate of Berklee College of Music's MP&E program and is a freelance producer, engineer and songwriter.

Steve Remote:

Steve Remote is a recording/mixing engineer, music producer, video director, recording studio designer and studio owner from Queens, New York. He is the founder and chief engineer of Aura-Sonic Ltd., a mobile and location production company in New York. He has worked on 17 Grammy Award nominated albums, of which three have won. Remote is a five time TEC Award nominee and a 2009 TEC Award winner in the category of Remote Production / Recording or Broadcast; JVC Newport Jazz Festival.

Thom Cadley:

During his 35+ year career, Thom has won the TEC Award for his live mixing work on The Concert For New York City; the Goya Award, (Spain's equivalent of the Oscar), for the live Latin Jazz Performance film Calle 54; and has been nominated for an Emmy for An All-Star Tribute to Johnny Cash. He was also the Chief Mixing Engineer at New York’s Sony Music Studios from 1993 until it closed in 2007.Thom's mixes on the PBS series Sessions at West 54th were considered to be the benchmark for music mixing for a television concert series at the time.

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