AES San Francisco 2012
Live Sound Seminar LS5

Saturday, October 27, 2:00 pm — 3:30 pm (Room 132)

LS5 - Planning a Live Sound Education: Should I Study the Theory, or Practice the Skills?

Ted Leamy, Promedia-Ultrasound
Kevin W. Becka, Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences/Mix Magazine - Gilbert, AZ, USA
Michael Jackson, Independent Live Sound Engineer - Richmond, CA, USA
David Scheirman, Harman Professional - Northridge, CA, USA

Getting the correct education to prepare for a career in live audio is a challenging proposition. Which is better—formal education or hands-on experience? The choices being marketed for "education" today seem endless. Manufacturer trainings, school programs, product user certifications, continuing "education" credits, CTS technician exams, smart training, stupid training, "learn to be a genius" seminars …. Who you gonna call? Is it better to just go on the road and "earn while you learn"? Join your peers and some industry veterans for a lively investigation of the options you face when learning about live sound career choices. Hear what works, and what doesn’t. Come and discuss your own experiences … good, bad, or otherwise. This will be an open discussion with all participants. Educators, students, business owners, engineers, and anyone involved in live sound should come and be heard at this unique session.

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EXHIBITION HOURS October 27th 10am ��� 6pm October 28th 10am ��� 6pm October 29th 10am ��� 4pm
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