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Music 265 Recording Arts Workshop, Spring 2015

Welcome to the start of the new semester. The course syllabus for my Music 265 students are available under the Lessons section of this website. I will have each new lesson uploaded to this site throughout the semester, so be sure to check back regularly. You can download a copy of the syllabus HERE If you are looking into buying an external hard drive for this class, I recommend this model: G-Technology G-Drive Mini USB 3/Firewire 800

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Music 265c Spring 2015 Syllabus

Syllabus: Spring 2015 Course: Music 265C. Recording Arts Workshop (Post-Production Sound) Location: Music building, Room 112 Schedule: Thursday, 3-7 PM, plus lab time (TBA) E-mail: AlanGardina@gmail.com Book: Basic Audio Recording (Music 165 book), Pro Tools 101 (Version 9) & lessons, on the DVD DOWNLOAD HERE Course: Record, edit, and mix a post-production sound project using analog & digital audio workstations. Learning Outcome: Students will know how to work with clients, manage a post-production sound recording session as a 1st engineer, and operate Pro Tools. What You Need A portable hard drive (or hard drive/enclosure combo) with A Firewire 400 (or…

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Music 265b Spring 2015 Syllabus

Syllabus: Spring 2015 Course: Music 265-B – Recording Arts Workshop Location: Music building, Room 112 Schedule: Thursday, 3-7 PM, plus lab time (TBA) E-mail: AlanGardina@Gmail.com Book: Basic Audio Recording Techniques, Digital Audio Recording (Music 165/265 books) Pro Tools 101 & lessons DOWNLOAD HERE Course: Record, edit, mix, and master a music project using Pro Tools. Learning Outcome: Students will know how to work with clients, manage a recording session as a 1st engineer, and operate Pro Tools in a professional studio environment. What You Need A portable hard drive with… A Firewire 400 or 800 port: you will be working…

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DIY Sub-Mic

Somewhere in your collection of gear, you might have an old guitar amp, or a blown pair of speakers lying around. If you can salvage an intact (unbroken/blown-out) speaker cone, you can make your very own sub-mic for next to nothing. Speakers and dynamic microphones are made with some of the same kinds of components: the sizes are different, and signal flows in opposite directions. One converts sound into signal, while the other converts signal into sound. Wire them backwards, and you can turn one into the other. Wiring a speaker backwards will turn it into an extremely large-diaphragm microphone,…

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