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- Last night students worked with Tyler Farr and this Saturday they'll work with Molly Ringwald #workinthegracie
Sound check reality check. — with Mis H Tie 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.
- Tomorrow night plan to attend Walter Clissen's Master Class “Sound Design for Installations/Theatre Performances, with emphasis on Multi-channel Surround.” The class starts at 6PM in the Black Box Theatre, (Second floor- Gracie Theatre) .
AES Press Release: AES New York 2013 » 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention to Feature...
The 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention (Thursday, October 17, through Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York City) this year will present the first comprehensive look at one of professional audio's most robust market sectors. Sponsored by Systems Contractor News, the SCN…
- How many pieces make up a Lego line array?
A LEGO CONCERT RIG!
Ok, this might be the most awesome lego creation I've ever seen, and my best friend is 42 and has every frigging Star Wars lego thing ever invented. Meet the Lego Concert, from Mario Fabrio. Mario'...
- Ed Goguen shares this photo from the AES International Conference on Audio Education. L-R: Fadi Hayek, Buford Jones, Scott Pederson and David Scheirman.
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!