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Hands-On at Harrison (AES Tech Meeting)

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Hands-On at Harrison (AES Tech Meeting)

Time: August 11, 2011 from 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: Harrison Consoles Factory
Street: 1024 Firestone Parkway
City/Town: Lavergne, TN
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?c…
Phone: 615-641-2700
Event Type: aes, social, and, tech, meeting
Organized By: AES Nashville Section, Ben Loftis, Bret Teegarden
Latest Activity: Aug 15, 2011

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Event Description

A hands-on evening with Harrison's new products:  the 4-era 8-channel "Lineage" mic preamp; the 950m Console; and MixbusHarrison's new DAW.

Harrison's rich legacy in the music industry began in the 1970's during a critical time in the development of music recording.  For the next 2 decades, the all-important Album was the focus of a group's artistic expression.  ABBA produced all their hits on their Harrison console at Polar Studios.  Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and "Bad" albums were both mixed on a Harrison 32c console by Bruce Swedien.  Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" was mixed on a SeriesTen,  And Sade's album Promise (including the track "Sweetest Taboo") was recorded on a Series24 and mixed on an MR3.  Paul Simon's "Graceland"  was mixed on a Harrison console at Ovation.  The acapella introduction to Kansas' "Carry On My Wayward Son" was recorded from Harrison console preamps directly to tape.  Dozens of hits by Queen, Led Zeppelin, and others owe their sound to Harrison consoles and the engineers who used them.  At a time when the recording was as important as the music itself, Harrison consoles were used to springboard major artist's creativity.

Join us at the Harrison factory to share anecdotes with engineers who cut their teeth on Harrison consoles; talk with Harrison's analog designers about their experience in the early days of mixing consoles; and discuss current trends in audio products with our software developers.

This hands-on event will feature Harrison's new contributions to the music recording industry:  The 950m console is a modern take on the traditional analog recording console.  The Lineage mic preamp provides 4 pairs of Harrison console preamps: a pair of each from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and today... all combined in a single box!  And Mixbus combines Harrison analog and digital expertise into a cost-effective package for music recording, editing, and mixdown.  The 950m and Lineage hardware will be available for demonstrations all evening.  Mixbus presentations will run every 30 minutes.

Save the date on your calendar!  This is an event that you don't want to miss!

Comment Wall

Comment by Joe Loesch on August 3, 2011 at 5:31pm
Thanks for the invite Bret. I'll be in LA. I would like to attend another event though. Hope to see you soon.
Comment by Jon Young on August 11, 2011 at 2:09pm

Had to change to a maybe, much to my regret. Potential family medical emergency, standing by for info.

Comment by Bret Teegarden on August 11, 2011 at 2:13pm
Hope everything is OK Jon...we will miss you, understandably.
Comment by Jon Young on August 12, 2011 at 7:31am

All's well in the end, although hanging by the phone was the right thing to do. I'd love to hear some impressions of the Lineage pres, that was my main interest in attending the event, as I'm looking to expand the front end of my signal chain this coming year.

Comment by Bret Teegarden on August 12, 2011 at 8:42am
I plan to add the pre-amps to my rack as soon as possible Jon. They have 70dB of gain which is just what I need for my ribbon mics and having the varied coloration of the vintage pre's is just great. List price is around $2900 for 8 channels but I think street price is probably more around $2500. A great deal for such high quality pres. Pepper Denny is the dealer for them here in town at VintageKing.
Comment by Jon Young on August 15, 2011 at 12:31pm

Thanks for the insights, Bret.Would love to come by and hear them whenver you make the move.

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