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Thursday, October 28 • 9:00pm - Friday, December 3 • 6:00pm
Overview and Comparison of Acoustical Characteristics in Three Historically Significant Nashville Recording Studios

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Several key studios in Nashville, TN served as the focus for the creation of the recorded music experience known as “the Nashville Sound.” Recordings were notable for their songwriting style, musical arrangement, and the nature of the technical processes employed, including the specific recording spaces themselves. Three historically significant studios were selected as representative of this era. This study reviewed the historical background of the studios and investigated whether there may be similarities in these studios’ acoustical properties that resulted in a particular recording approach within these environments. Standard acoustic measurements were obtained and analysed in each of these three recording spaces.

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Doyuen Ko

Associate Professor, Belmont University
Dr. Doyuen Ko is an Associate Professor of Audio Engineering Technology at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. He received his Ph.D. and Master of Music from the Sound Recording Department at McGill University, Canada. Before studying at McGill, he has worked as a sound designer... Read More →
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Jim Kaiser

Belmont University
Jim Kaiser is an Instructor of Audio Engineering Technology at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.  He serves on the AES Technical Council, the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing, and the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund Board.  Jim is a Past President of the International... Read More →

Wesley Bulla

Belmont University

Thursday October 28, 2021 9:00pm - Friday December 3, 2021 6:00pm EST