Record producer and recording engineer Martha de Francisco shares her work at the University of Nebraska at Omaha as part of the Music Technology Guest Lecturer Series.
This event is free and open to the public.
Francisco is an internationally acknowledged leader in the field of sound recording and record production. She has recorded with some of the greatest classical musicians of our time for the major record labels and in the best concert halls. She has credits on over 300 recordings, mostly for worldwide release, many of which have been distinguished with the most prestigious awards.
Francisco is a professor of Sound Recording at McGill University in Montreal.
The Music Technology Guest Lecturer Series is supported by the College of Fine Arts and Media’s Cultural Enrichment Grant.
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