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 Post subject: Lessons Audio Technology
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 4:47 pm 
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I've had fun yesterday and today. Tomorrow will be even more fun.

The school asked me to do a couple of lessons in audio technology for another course. So, my idea was to do this in three lessons of half a day each:

1) General theory: what is sound, what is decibel etc
2) Studio science: mics, speakers, tracks, mixing, mastering, effects, clipping, dynamics etc.
3) Hands-on in Robbie Road studio.

Yesterday was 1), today was 2) and tomorrow will be 3). Only 4 students, heavily interested. I was amazed how much I could tell them from personal experience.

Tomorrow I'll give them an assignment. The only help I'll give them is on how to operate the G. :twisted:

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why couldn't school have been like that when I went?

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:37 pm 
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Robbie wrote:
I've had fun yesterday and today. Tomorrow will be even more fun.

The school asked me to do a couple of lessons in audio technology for another course. So, my idea was to do this in three lessons of half a day each:

1) General theory: what is sound, what is decibel etc
2) Studio science: mics, speakers, tracks, mixing, mastering, effects, clipping, dynamics etc.
3) Hands-on in Robbie Road studio.

Yesterday was 1), today was 2) and tomorrow will be 3). Only 4 students, heavily interested. I was amazed how much I could tell them from personal experience.

Tomorrow I'll give them an assignment. The only help I'll give them is on how to operate the G. :twisted:


I think you should assign the students to rewrite the manual ... :lol:


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:laughing3:

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