Belmont freshman Cameron Barton was one of two live entertainers on hand to perform and test the microphones and studio playback systems during the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Nashville’s Vocal Microphone Invitational at Belmont’s Oceanway Nashville Studios. Barton was selected to perform on demand short selections in various vocal styles for presenters. This event allowed microphone manufacturers an opportunity to present and demonstrate their products. Oceanway Nashville is a world-class Music Row studio owned and operated by Belmont University as part of the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business.
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