Friday, September 30, 2:30 pm — 3:30 pm (Rm 511A)
Students! Come and get pointers, tips, tricks, and advice to push your skills to the next level! The Student Recording Critiques are non-competitive listening sessions, in which students get to listen to their recordings and productions on a world-class playback system, and then receive feedback from a panel of renowned industry professionals. Students should sign up at the student (SDA) booth immediately following the first SDA meeting, and bring mix files on USB memory stick or hard drive to the SDA booth at least two hours prior to the session they sign up for. Files should be AIFF or WAVE, 44.1 Khz, 24 bit. Stereo mixes should be a single interleaved file, up to 5.1 surround mixes should be a set of clearly labeled discrete mono files. Finalists in the Recording Competition are excluded from submitting to these events so that as many students as possible can benefit from this type of feedback. (Recording competition finalists get this feedback as part of the competition process). These events are generously supported by PMC and Genelec.
For further information on these events please check the AES Students website.