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Computer Audio Recording:

 Podcasting - Music - Vocal 

 

Every Tuesday, July 9th - August 13th, 2019  

6 pm - 7:30 pm


There are 2 three session programs.

Program fee $30 each program.

 

 

Program Instructor:  Paul Ritchie

 

Paul RitchiePaul Ritchie is a musician, producer, and engineer. Seventeen years ago, Paul completed the Audio Recording and Production program at The Institute of Audio Research in New York City.

Since that time, he has toured internationally with his band, The Parlor Mob, produced and engineered at various studios including but not limited to Retromedia Sound Studios, Lakehouse Recording Studios, and he can currently be found at his own co-owned studio, New Future, located in Belmar, NJ.

 

There is a class limit of 10 participants per program.  Register NOW for either program at Community Pass.


 

 

 

The class will be a three-part course where attendees will learn the basics of computer recording from a professional recording engineer. Participants will learn to setup and operate an audio interface, microphones, MIDI keyboards, and the basics of editing, recording, and mixing using GarageBand. This class will be beneficial for anyone that would like to record an original podcast, create or record live music, produce demos for songwriters, edit music, perform voiceover work, or just to learn and be creative.

 

 

PROGRAM 1

CLASS 1 - July 9th   

 

In the first class we will review the basics of signal flow, microphones, direct injection boxes and MIDI. Topics will include mic placement and staging enabling participants to record a signal at its optimal level. This will allow students to successfully record a vocal, guitar, MIDI device, or any other signal to GarageBand.

 


CLASS 2 - July 16th

 

The second class will cover the basics of editing and mixing audio files. We will touch upon the use of EQ, compression, EFX, and how they are used both creatively and practically.

 


CLASS 3 - July 23rd

 

The final class will be a review of the first two sessions and will further touch upon using the computer as a creative tool for the personal projects of students in the class. We will delve into production techniques used to achieve a professional sounding finished product.

 

 

PROGRAM 2

 

CLASS 1 - July 30th   

 

In the first class we will review the basics of signal flow, microphones, direct injection boxes and MIDI. Topics will include mic placement and staging enabling participants to record a signal at its optimal level. This will allow students to successfully record a vocal, guitar, MIDI device, or any other signal to GarageBand.

 


CLASS 2 - August 6

 

The second class will cover the basics of editing and mixing audio files. We will touch upon the use of EQ, compression, EFX, and how they are used both creatively and practically.

 


CLASS 3 - August 13th

 

The final class will be a review of the first two sessions and will further touch upon using the computer as a creative tool for the personal projects of students in the class. We will delve into production techniques used to achieve a professional sounding finished product.

 

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