|When:||July 8, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Add to Calendar|
|Where:||Rhinehart Recital Hall|
|Tagged:||IPFW , music lessons , kids music , summer classes , summer camps , audio tech , music tech , recording , high school camps , high school music tech camp|
Students will produce a professional recording session from performance and tracking to mix down. They will choose the musical content, perform at whatever capacity they are comfortable with, record individual tracks, apply audio effects and processing (e.g., reverb, EQ and compression), add virtual instruments if desired, mix down to stereo and burn a CD. The IPFW facilities include a Pro Tools HD 3 system with an automated 32-channel control surface and professional-quality microphones and pre-amps. The Rhinehart Recital Hall will be used as the tracking studio. Students will learn about mics and placement, how to use a patch bay, how to use the industry-standard Pro Tools digital audio workstation and other skills required in the contemporary recording studio. This camp will be led by Christopher Rutkowski, professor of music composition and technology and director of the IPFW/Sweetwater music technology program.
Grades 9-12: Monday-Friday, July 8-12, 9am-5pm
Five 8-hour sessions: $149
Rhinehart Music Center Room 228
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