Inside the Underground World of LA's Home Recording Studios
In the ancient days of recording technologysay, 10 years agomusicians, composers, engineers, and producers feeding the insatiable appetite of the entertainment industry had to travel to a pricey commercial...
Recording studios, producers in tune with high demand | Boston Herald
Recording studios, producers in tune with high demandTrack stars022414studiojw01.jpgPhoto by: John WilcoxHEAR AND NOW: Zippah Recording Studios owner/producer Brian Charles and engineer Annie Hoffman are booked solid for the next month and a half. 1 Thursday, February 27, 2014PrintEmailCommentsBy:Je...
- All students are invited to a free Electronic Music clinic Wednesday at 6PM in the NESCom Audio Studio.
NESCom Blog: Scott Loiselle To Host Free Electronic Music Clinic
Audio Engineering Assistant Professor Scott Loiselle will host an Electronic Music Clinic for students on Wednesday, February 26th in the NESCom Audio Studio at 6PM. The clinic is free and open to all students.
- Another great credit for a NESCom alum!
Congratulations to @[160558400702334:274:NESCom Audio Engineering] grad Joe Visciano on his credit in @[14591271531:274:Beck]'s new album Morning Phase.
Pink Floyd studio nearly floats away on River Thames
A historic houseboat which has been turned into a studio used by Pink Floyd to record songs had to be lashed to a tree to prevent it from floating away.
- Read the latest AES journal
Journal of the Audio Engineering Society
The Journal of the Audio Engineering Society — the official publication of the AES -- is the only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to audio technology. Published 10 times each year, it is available to all AES members and subscribers.
- Interesting piece on Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar from NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday.
The Woman Behind The Curtain, Making Good Songs Sound Great
Emily Lazar is a music-biz rarity: a female mastering engineer with a slow, collaborative approach.
Are you a take-charge individual with the desire, drive, and determination to be a music recording or post-production engineer, record producer, acoustic consultant, sound effects editor, studio manager, or other expert in the audio field? Do your career goals include turning creative dreams into exciting-sounding audio productions? Welcome to NESCom! The Audio Engineering program includes stimulating courses in recording, mixing, and editing, a solid academic foundation in the physics of sound and electricity, and an in-depth survey of popular music fundamentals. Most importantly, NESCom Audio is fun! With plenty of hands-on labs, you will spend hours learning techniques from expert instructors and mastering equipment in the phenomenally equipped NESCom studios.
As a NESCom audio student, you will learn a diverse set of skills that can be used in a variety of real world situations. Elective courses in business of music, live sound, video production, and web media give NESCom audio grads varied career options. The junior year choice between a music recording or post-production focus gives students the option to either culminate their studies with either a full-length record album project, or to record and mix all of the sound for a film or TV project. To support this diversity, the NESCom audio faculty pulls from their impressive professional experience, which includes Grammy-winning albums, international film and television productions, and world touring with legendary artists. A variety of industry representatives also visit NESCom regularly, including famous engineers, leading equipment manufactures, and touring musical artists.
There is no better way to jump-start your career in audio. You’ll love the challenge of NESCom!