Organized by the Publications and Recordings Company (Egrem) and the University of the Arts (ISA), the event included workshops, discussion spaces and the projection of audiovisuals such as Those of us who produce the sound, by Ramón Alom, José Pérez, Pedro Castro and Eligio Dominguez.
The agenda also included debates on the figure of the sound engineer as an artist; sound aesthetics and technology in music production, and the hybrid work model in record materials, its challenges and possibilities.
The themes also covered the role of women in that industry; the phases of creating a phonographic work; the approach to tools for online recording, in times of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the adoption of social confinement measures due to the epidemiological crisis.
The proposals, included within Cubadisco 2022, valued the differences between analog or digital audio; the conservation of heritage and its challenges in the current context and the identity of the album A mí que, by Septeto Santiaguero, deserving of a Latin Grammy Award.
Finally, the meeting analyzed the professional experience in foreign scenarios of the engineers Maykel Barzagas and Ernesto Estrada; the Isa as a quarry of this specialty in the country and the professional training of the graduates of that center of higher studies.