Rochester Michigan, USA, October 27, 2021 – Essential Sound Products announces that renowned recording engineer, producer and educator Jim Anderson will be our guest in the “Truman” room, at Capital Audiofest, November 5-7 in Rockville MD (located in the metropolitan Washington DC), to speak with attendees about his experiences and the impact of using MusicCord brand power cords to power “High Definition” and “Immersive” audio recording equipment.
Jim Anderson has received eleven Grammy and Latin Grammy awards and 27 Grammy nominations for his music recordings. Perhaps best known among audiophiles are the Patricia Barber albums he has engineered over a 25-year working relationship with the artist. In addition, Jim has recorded a number of past and present “jazz giants” including Miles Davis, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, McCoy Tyner, Terrance Blanchard, Paquito D’ Rivera, James Carter, Phil Woods, Kenny Barron, Jane Ira Bloom, J.J. Johnson and Cyrus Chestnut. Mr. Anderson’s body of work in recording classical music is equally impressive. Over the years Jim has engineered and/or produced some of the finest recordings of orchestras in both North America and Europe. More recent projects have revealed Jim Anderson’s mastery of Immersive Audio recording techniques for both jazz and classical music as Jim won a 2018 Grammy for “Best Surround Album” for recording Jane Ira Bloom’s “Early Americans”.
Jim Anderson is currently a professor with the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music in the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. He is a past President of the Audio Engineering Society.
Essential Sound Products’ president Michael Griffin comments, “We are honored that Jim will be spending the weekend at our Capital Audiofest exhibit in the “Truman” room, along with Convergent Audio Technology. I’m sure this will be an insightful and enjoyable time for us and visitors to our exhibit.”
Essential Sound Products will be showcasing their product with an analog frontend by VPI Industries with their HW-40 Anniversary Turntable and Shyla Cartridge.
A speaking schedule will be posted outside the Truman room providing times when Jim Anderson will conduct more formal discussions during the course of the 3-day exhibit.
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