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SAE Institute, the world leader in pro audio and multimedia education, is pleased to announce that pro audio icon Alan Parsons will host the latest of its acclaimed in-studio events to be held at SAE's Nashville campus on October 26th. Additionally, SAE will host two master class sessions by Parsons on October 27th, to be held at the Musicians Hall of Fame facilities located in downtown Nashville. Parsons, who has also been featured in SAE's highly successful Platinum Panel events, will be sharing his insightful views into recording and mixing, as well as the dynamic state of the music industry and what it takes for students to become top industry professionals.

Parsons draws from his vast experience on both sides of the glass with 30-plus years as one of the world's most sought-after engineers and producers, including his legendary work on monumental projects such as The Beatles Abbey Road album and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. SAE students will be given the chance to share the studio with Parsons and gain valuable first-hand experience while tracking a full band using SAE's state-of-the-art SSL studio. Parsons will further offer SAE Nashville students and alumni an intimate look into the production process of some of the best selling albums of all time, including projects from his own musical career with The Alan Parsons Project, lending a unique alternate perspective to these in-studio discussions and events. Live, in-studio audio and video will also be broadcast to other parts of the campus and documented for additional study.

The following day, October 27th, SAE Institute is sponsoring two additional lecture sessions from 10:00am-12:00 noon and from 2:00pm-4:00pm at Nashville's new Musicians Hall of Fame museum. During these events, which will be open to the public, Parsons will delve further into his own musical history and career highlights, while also utilizing choice audio materials for playback during these engaging discussions.

Tickets are available for $35 for the general public (special rates for SAE students and alumni) and may be reserved by contacting SAE Institute's Nashville campus at 615-244-5848 or by emailing e.burrows@sae.edu.

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