Rick DiGiallonardo to Speak on Recording & Intellectual Property

The Central Indiana Section of the Audio Engineering Society is pleased to announce that Rick DiGiallonardo, Director of Ball State University’s program of Music Media Production & Industry, will speak on what engineers and industry professionals need to understand about intellectual property at our September 2011 meeting.

This meeting is a must-attend for anyone who records – from the seasoned engineer to the budding student and everyone in-between. DiGiallonardo is actively involved in the industry and is in constant demand as a keyboardist and producer. He currently teaches courses at Ball State University in Songwriting, the wildly popular Survey of the Music Industry, and directs the Music Media Production program. With his extensive experience we are excited to have him share his wealth of knowledge with the section.

Live Stream Information
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As the kickoff meeting for our 2011-2012 educational year all students from the region are encouraged to come out and see what excitement the section has planned for the coming year.

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The meeting will be held September 15, 2011 at 7:00pm in the conference room of ESCO Communications’ Indianapolis office. We also plan to offer a live web stream of the event, however, those able are encouraged to attend. To ensure an accurate count for the meeting, please RSVP below.

Meeting Information
Date: September 15, 2011 at 7:00pm
Location: ESCO Communications Conference Room
8940 Vincennes Circle, Indianapolis, IN 46268 (map).

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