AES New York 2007
Friday, October 5, 9:00 am — 12:00 pm
Technical Tour TT1
TT1 - TISCH SCHOOL OF THE ART’S CLIVE DAVIS DEPARTMENT OF RECORDED MUSIC
The Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, educates students in the art, business, and craft of creating innovative, successful recordings. Designed to serve as a professional-quality state-of-the-art recording and teaching facility, the Dennis Riese Family Recording Studio on the 5th floor of 194 Mercer Street can accommodate 30 students in its control room and 65 students or 35 musicians (in orchestral format) in the studio. The live room features sound absorbing interior wall finishes with wood accent panels and adjustable acoustical doors, diffusive ceiling elements for sound absorption, and an acoustically treated wood and slate floor designed to eliminate noise transmission. The control room is equipped with a professional 48-channel API Vision recording console, capable of stereo and 5.1 surround mixing, computer and analog based recording, and an extensive array of sound processing equipment. The smaller of the two studios, Studio 505, allows for an intimate recording and teaching experience. The control room is equipped with an SSL K series console and is capable of stereo or 5.1 surround mixing. Like our larger studio, it is fitted with computer and analog based recording equipment and an extensive array of outboard processing gear. The live room is the perfect size for small bands and overdubbing of any instrument. The ProTools Production Lab is available for use by students of all levels. The Lab is equipped with 14 stations and a teaching position. Students learn the art of beginning music production in the Lab, as well as advanced music production and programming.
Technical Tours are made available on a first come,
first served basis. Tickets can be purchased during normal
registration hours at the convention center.
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