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         Shimamoto Sound is a creative audio environment that seeks to bring the most out of an artist's music. Our staff is committed to working hard to make things right so our clients don't have to worry about the technical aspects of music. We offer top quality analog and digital audio technology for all types of music and have the experience to make the most out of these tools. We pride ourselves on being able to being able to offer our clients good deals because of our many years of experience and strong work ethic. Our projects are always done on time using efficient, time effective methods.         Contact Shimamoto Sound to see what we can do for you today. We're happy to answer all of the questions you may have about the recording process or the music business in general. We strive to help artists of all experience levels get the most out of their careers. Shimamoto Sound offers a variety of solutions for recording artists so that we are able to be a one stop answer for every aspect of a music career. Our experience and expertise in the music business has been proven it can take a music career to the next level.        

The manufacturers were each allotted the same amount of time to set up and the same amount of time to present. A test tone was run through each mic to balance levels in an attempt to keep a proper gain structure for each mic, and to try to match the relative volumes of the various mics. Each presenter had the same available sound source of Deborah Bulla and Michael Shoup, each reading spoken word and singing various passages. As each manufacturer presented, the audience was encouraged to ask questions, have the sound sources do particular things at particular mics, and make any other test that was practical within the time restraints that fairness decreed. The event was hosted by Frank Wells, outgoing Chair of AES Nashville and current candidate for VP of the Central Region, Editor of Pro Sound News and Executive Editor of Surround Sound Professional. The event was produced by AES Nashville and Pro Sound News. The subcommittee of the AES steering committee was Dr. Wels Bulla and professor David Henson of Belmont, owner of The Equipment Pool and incoming Chair AES Nashville Mike Poston, Lynn Fuston of 3D Audio, and Frank Wells, with PSN National Sales Manager Tara Preston coordinating from New York. Frank Wells acted as Master of Ceremonies. The following companies were represented: For AKG Acoustics: Norbert Sobel, Product Manager, Broadcast and Recording. Showing: On the female vocal, C12VR, 414TLII. On the male vocal, SolidTube, C3000B. For Shure: Dan Smith, Prodcut Specialist, showing the KMS27, 32, and 44. For Neumann: Jeff Alexander, Director of Neumann for Sennheiser, showing the U87, TLM 103, TLM 127, Solution D. For Studio Projects: Alan Hyatt, President of PMI/Studio Projects introduced Brian Casey showing the B1, C1, C3, T3. For DPA Microphones: Engineer Gary Baldassari, showing the 4015, 4041, 4066. For Audio Technica: Gary Boss, Mike Edwards, and Joel Singer, showing the AT 4033, AE3300, AEW-T3300. It was an educational experience, and all of the manufacturers provided useful demonstrations and information on microphones and micing in general, and their products in particular. All of the presenters were informative, prepared, and capable of fielding difficult questions from a knowlegable audience.

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