Bruce Swedien To Talk At GearFest

Recording legend talks shop with world-class producers on the Producer's Panel      03/06/14

Bruce Swedien To Talk At GearFest


Hal Leonard Books, a Sweetwater's GearFest sponsor has been in touch to tell us that Bruce Swedien, author of The Bruce Swedien Recording Method published by Hal Leonard in 2013 will be at Sweetwater's 13th Annual GearFest

With over a dozen Grammy nominations and five wins to his name, Bruce is a true recording industry legend. He's best known for having recorded, mixed, and assisted in producing Michael Jackson's Thriller - the best-selling album in the world. In addition to countless pop stars, Bruce also recorded and mixed many of the jazz greats, including Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Dizzy Gillespie.

The 13th Annual GearFest takes place June 6 and 7, 2014 at the Sweetwater Campus in Fort Wayne, Indiana and will feature gear-giveaways, manufacturer exhibits, and workshops. Mr Swedien will be on the Producer's Panel on June 7. Seven world-class producers, together for the first time on stage, discuss topics and techniques that have led to an impressive number of Grammy Awards and countless gold and platinum records.

Where and When:
Sweetwater Campus in Fort Wayne - June 6 and 7, 2014

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