On October 18, 10:15 – 11:15 am, we’re discussing hip-hop, archiving, preservation and mixtapes at the Audio Engineering Society’s NYC Convention! The convention will feature four days of dedicated programming to archiving and restoration curated by GRAMMY-nominated mastering and restoration engineer and audio preservationist Jessica Thompson.
Cache Rules Everything Around Me: Archiving and Preserving Hip-Hop in a Digital Age, chaired by Mixtape Museum founder Regan Sommer McCoy will be moderated by Manny Faces, founder of The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy.
- Rocky Bucano, Universal Hip-Hop Museum
- Syreeta Gates, The Gates Preserve
- DJ Rich Nice, Sway in the Morning
- Zack Taylor, Cassette Documentary
The opening ceremonies of the conference on October 16, 12 pm kick off with a keynote by hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash. This panel and all other sessions are open to registered AES New York attendees.
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