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NESCom Students Land Jobs Thanks to Country Music Cruise - Bangor, Maine News, Sports, and...
Some students at Husson University’s New England School of Communications are now gainfully employed thanks to the country music cruise of a lifetime. The students returned last week from Country Cruising 2014, where they worked as stage crew as the ship sailed through the Caribbean. Eight NESCom se...
the Blue Hole in Jamaica
Students of @[180661705348065:274:NESCom Live Sound Technology] with Eric Ferguson, alums Tim Cabral, Josh Mason, Kyle Connors, Andrew King and the rest of the crew wrapping up the Country Cruising trip aboard the Norwegian Pearl. The trip included performances from 26 groups including Trace Adkins, Wynona, Montgomery Gentry and Craig Morgan. — with Eric Ferguson and 12 others.
- Last night students worked with Tyler Farr and this Saturday they'll work with Molly Ringwald #workinthegracie
Sound check reality check. — with Shamik Sinha and 23 others.
- Behind every great live band, there's a person with a story...
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- In Live Sound Technology, we mic everything!
- How many wireless mics does it take to mic a live sound student? 4. 2 lav's and 2 HS-9's.
Live Sound TechnologyAre you excited by the prospect of mixing sound for concerts, theatrical productions, sporting events, live television and radio broadcasts? Do you want to work in a growing field that demands technical and creative excellence? Look no further! Melding academic instruction in audio, electronics, and acoustics, with hands on training in equipment operation, mixing, and show management, NESCom will give you the experience necessary to begin a rewarding career in this exciting field.
Employing the latest in sound reinforcement technology, including Meyer and JBL line arrays, and Digidesign, Yamaha, and Midas consoles, the NESCom Live Sound program will introduce you to the same equipment used daily on stages world wide. Renowned instructors will share their extensive professional experience, earned from international touring, major theatrical productions, and system install projects. Real world mixing opportunities will find you mixing sound for concerts in NESCom's beautiful Gracie Theater, mixing television broadcasts in the NESCom Mobile Productions remote broadcast truck, and providing audio support for events throughout the Bangor metro area.
NESCom and you-the perfect partnership for a career in live sound engineering!