I am currently writing my dissertation and would like too interview an engineer with noticeable credits.
Something very simple as responding too questions over email will do and won't take much of your time at all.
My email is James.email@example.com
Please get in touch ASAP
I am based in London Uk and currently studying an MA in Record Production so thought I would join to see if I can get any info for my final project as well as any other pro tips. I am not a young student, at 46 I make my living as a professional guitarist, teaching and playing, but I also do sound engineering for performances, recording and some mixing using Pro Tools and Logic.
Grammy-winning Classical Engineer Robert Friedrich gives us an in-depth look at the recording techniques used when recording "The Carnival Of The Animals" with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra. Friedrich relied heavily on ribbon microphones to achieve the desired sound quality.
I am looking to learn about live sound and the lives of you pro sound engineers so i am writing a research report on career conventions, stereotypes and the hidden aspects of the job that the applications won't tell you! I would be extremely greatful if you could take the time to complete my anonymous multiple choice survey!*
http://exandro.com/prys/sampler/ this is the prototype.
1.1Do you know how many dots could I refresh instantaneously like this?
Maybe I should have a software version of this has I want to map a lot of sounds, all accents, sounds of nature, singing templates.Whatis the Best coding Langauge to make this perfect?
I'm currently doing scientific research on mobile devices which can tangibly mimic a mixing console interface. However, I'm not an audio engineer and thus I don't really know the work practices and needs you all face when working on a venue.