The Program at Audio Bloggers Live!

Schedule (from 10am-6pm) will be finalized day of. Get to Audio Bloggers Live! early to see all the action and be in the room for all the raffle drawings.

Mixing Panel with Bob Clearmountain & Dylan Dresdow

Bob ClearmountainBob Clearmountain (Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Bryan Adams, David Bowie…. and half the songs you heard on the radio in the 80s!) and Dylan Dresdow (Black Eyed Peas, Britney Spears, Usher, Nicki Minaj) sit down with moderator, Ronan Chris Murphy (King Crimson, Ulver, Steve Morse, Terry Bozzio) to talk about mixing hits across decades and changing musical landscapes, with a focus on things the next generation can focus on to bring out the best of an artist in the mix.

The Making of Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories” with Mick Guzauski

Making of Daft PunkIn addition to being one of the top pop mixers of the last 20 years (Britney Spears, Boys II Men, Pharell Williams, Prince), Mick Guzauski also recording and mixes Daft Punks iconic “Random Access Memories” album. Mick will sit down with Graham Cochrane one of the world’s most popular audio bloggers to take and inside look behind the making of this landmark album and how Mick and Daft Punk’s creative recording techniques can be used in your own productions.


Getting your music into film and TV – Industry panel


Joe Gilder
(artist and founder of Home Studio Corner) leads a discussion of top industry in film and TV placement. They will help you better understand the process of how music gets into film and TV,Get your music in film and TVand what you can do in your projections to get a competitive edge. Panelists include Music supervisor and coordinator Jonathan Leahy, ((Neighbors, New Girl, Trainwreck, Angel from Hell)) Michael Laskow (founder of TAXI independent A&R) and Music Library head Bob Mair (Homeland, The Good Wife, Modern Family).

Mastering in the 21st century

Mastering engineers from across the globe and musical spectrum discuss current trends in mastering and share insights on how producers and engineers can avoid the problems that keep their mixes sounding the best after mastering. Renown mastering engineer from the UK, Ian Shepherd ( Keane, Tricky, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Deep Purple) leads a diverse panel that includes John Rodd (World of Warcraft, Elysium, Star wars Battlefront, Breaking Bad), Maor Appelbaum (Yes, Halford, Faith No More, Sepultura) and Brian Lucey (Ray LaMontagne, The Black Keys, Ringo Starr, Sigur Ros)

Keynote speeches with top audio -recording bloggers from around the world

Graham Cochrane (Florida)

Joe Gilder (Nashville)

Ronan Chris Murphy (Los Angeles)

Ian Shepherd (England)

Joe Ian Ronan Graham