Next Celebration Recording Seminar: Microphones!

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by david, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. david

    david Guest

    Celebration Sound is pleased to announce another in our series of
    highly regarded one day Recording Seminars. On Saturday April 17th
    Fletcher of Mercenary Audio, Multi-Platinum engineer Phil Greene, and
    Celebration owner David Correia will be hosting an afternoon all about
    microphones. It runs from noon to 5pm.

    The core of this Recording Seminar is showing lots of good ol¹
    fashioned microphone techniques.

    Things like how to best place mics for someone playing acoustic guitar
    and singing, and get both great sounds and excellent isolation on their
    vocal and guitar tracks. Mic placement tricks for recording vocals.
    Using mic placement instead of eq to get remarkable electric guitar
    sounds. How to get better isolation on your drum tracks. Fletcher¹s
    famous minimal microphone drum recording technique. Etc. etc. We¹ll be
    showing you how to take advantage of microphone pickup patterns to make
    your recordings sound better.

    Fletcher will also be bringing some of his fave mics from Mercenary,
    and we will listen to some mic pres as well.

    Interested in attending? Wanna ask all your questions and stuff your
    brain with real world tips about microphones from 3 old pros? Email or
    call us at 401-247-0218 to register or to get more information.

    The cost for the Seminar is $100. You are also welcome to visit our
    website ­ www.CelebrationSound.com. (Out of town attendees can get
    inexpensive hotel accomodations info by calling.)





    David Correia
    Celebration Sound
    Warren, Rhode Island


    www.CelebrationSound.com
     
    david, Feb 29, 2004
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