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- Watch a time lapse of Live Sound Technology's Line Array Day 2013.
Line Array Day 2013
Video by Andrew King
- The crew ready to go for the BELFAST FREE RANGE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Edward James Goguen's Photos
- The view from the booth: Classical pianist and host of NPR's From The Top, Christopher O'Riley performing in the Gracie Theatre.
Photo by Litho Ruksznis.
- Next weekend! Our students will be working 2 venues for the BELFAST FREE RANGE MUSIC FESTIVAL
BELFAST FREE RANGE MUSIC FESTIVAL | Festival Saturday, April 27th!
On Saturday, April 27th, music enthusiasts will converge in downtown Belfast, Maine for the 4th annual Free Range Music Festival! A celebration of original music, this year’s festival will feature roughly thirty four acts, representing a range of genres, from all over Maine, New England, and the wor...
- All NESCom Live Sound Technology and NESCom Audio Engineering students are invited to train their ears and win prizes with the first round of ear training exercises.
Audio Engineering - Ear Training
The NESCom Audio Department is excited to announce our critical listening contest! Each semester we will be posted an audio file that will contain 10 examples of audio that has been modified with EQ. Listen to the audio and fill out the form below with your answers. After the closing date of the co...
NESCom Blog: Meyer Sound seminar goes center stage with Live Sound Technology students
The students of NESCom’s Live Sound Technology department took the stage of the Gracie Theatre, but not to perform. Over the span of two days, the students worked with Steve Bush of Meyer Sound in a seminar titled “Fundamentals of System Design, Implementation, and Optimization”. The seminar covered...
- Today in the Gracie Theatre, Steve Bush from Meyer Sound presents Fundamentals of System Design, Implementation, and Optimization.
- The NESCom chapter of the Audio Engineering Society will hold their first meeting of 2013 tomorrow night in the Gracie at 7PM. The meeting will include demonstrations of the Shure Axient wireless system and their ULX-D.
This is a great event for all Live Sound students!
- Live Sound Technology students worked the Fall 2012 Line Array Day in preperation for the Battle Of The Bands hosted by the NESCom/Husson Musicians Club.
Line Array Day Fall 2012/
Live Sound Technology students worked the Fall 2012 Line Array Day in preperation for the Battle Of The Bands hosted by the NESCom/Husson Musicians Club.
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!