New Orleans - GRAMMY U: Masterclass with Mike Latterell
GRAMMY U: Masterclass with Mike Latterell
GRAMMY-winning recording engineer Mike Latterell will offer a recording masterclass for those GRAMMY U members interested in recording techniques. Latterell will focus on recording vocals and vocal comping.
When: 6:30-8:30pm, Thursday, April 27, 2017.
Where: Loyola University New Orleans, Communications and Music Complex, Room 427
6363 St. Charles Ave. (at the corner of Calhoun St.)
New Orleans, LA 70118
Michael Latterell has been engineering and producing records in Nashville since 2004 and now spends quite a bit of time working in New Orleans and his new facility in Duluth, Minn. He's worked in a diverse set of genres such as Bluegrass, Bounce, Indie, Country and Gospel. In addition to production, Latterell designs digital systems and workstations. He also works in product development for the mastering platform Landr. Latterell won a GRAMMY Award in 2007 for engineering Jim Lauderdale's The Bluegrass Diaries album. His recording credits include work diverse artists such as with Big Freedia, Travers Geoffray, Dolly Parton, Dailey & Vincent, Hank Williams III, Jim Lauderdale, Rhonda Vincent, Tank and the Bangas, Tanya Tucker, Ralph Stanley II.
For more information, contact Michelle Friedstadt at firstname.lastname@example.org.