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Thursday, July 22 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Developing a Curriculum for Teaching Audio Archiving, Preservation & Restoration

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Developing a Curriculum for Teaching Audio Archiving, Preservation & Restoration
The study of audio archiving, preservation, and restoration lies at the intersection of library science and audio technology. From material science to metadata, audio technology to music history, it is challenging to find single academic programs that cover the skills and information required to practice professional audio archiving. This panel of educators and practitioners will speak to the current gaps in academic programs and propose ideas for curriculum development and collaboration. Additionally, they will elaborate on the skills and knowledge that could be taught within a traditional existing bachelors or master degree audio program.

Speakers
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Jessica Thompson

Mastering & Restoration Engineer, Jessica Thompson Audio
Jessica Thompson is a GRAMMY-nominated mastering and restoration engineer, audio preservation specialist, and educator. She has digitized, restored, and revived historic recordings for artists ranging from jazz pianist Erroll Garner to blues and folk revolutionary Barbara Dane, from... Read More →
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Toby Seay

Professor, Recording Arts; Director, Drexel Audio Archives, Drexel University, Philadelphia, United States
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Kelly Pribble

IMES (Iron Mountain Entertainment Services)
Kelly Pribble is a veteran audio engineer, inventor and media archivist who has worked extensively in Nashville, London, New York City and Rio de Janeiro. Kelly has recently worked to preserve and restore original masters for Bob Dylan, Prince, The band Rush and Mariah Carey. Before... Read More →
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Maureen Droney

The Recording Academy Producers & Engineering Wing
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Yuri Shimoda

Archivist, Digital Projects and Preservation Specialist, UCLA
Yuri Shimoda obtained a BA in Communication from the University of Southern California and spent nearly a decade as a music journalist and newspaper editor in Los Angeles before deciding to pursue her master’s degree in Library and Information Science. While completing her MLIS... Read More →
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Rob Friedrich

LOC NAVCC
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Casey Taylor

Vice President, VEVA Sound
Casey joined VEVA Sound to head efforts to develop VEVA Live!, a service centered around creating new streams of revenue for artists through live recordings. In his time with VEVA, he has quickly risen from leading our Live! division to being Vice President of VEVA Sound - playing... Read More →


Thursday July 22, 2021 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
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