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Wednesday, October 17 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
The Two Most Important Elements of Digital Recording: Microphone and Preamp

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There are many Digital Audio Workstations to choose from when recording music to a computer. Yet the two most important elements of a recording remain the microphone and preamp. This panel of experts will explain exactly how an analogue signal passes through a microphone and preamp to give you recorded sound. What are the microphones and preamps to look for, and which ones should you stay away from?

Panelists
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Kyle "Slick" Johnson

Kyle "Slick" Johnson is a record producer and engineer. Some of his past clients include Cymbals Eat Guitars, Wavves, Modest Mouse and The Hives. He is the owner and main operator of Fancy Time Studio in Philadelphia, PA.
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Brian Moncarz

Based out of Rattlebox North in Toronto, revered indie producer/mixer, Brian Moncarz, works with top rock bands including Circa Survive (Atlantic) which landed a billboard modern rock/alternative #1 hit, Neverending White Lights featuring Hot Hot Heat (MapleMusic), Moneen (Vagrant... Read More →
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Mark Needham

Mark Needham is a mix engineer, music producer, recording engineer, and music publisher with over 40 years experience in the business. His credits include Platinum selling and Grammy nominated artists: The Killers, Shakira Pink and Chris Isaak as well as Fleetwood Mac, The Neon Trees... Read More →
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Scott Riebling

Scott Riebling is a Boston based producer/engineer/mixer/musician that has worked with Fall Out Boy, Weezer, Letters to Cleo, The Academy is, Metro Station, Secondhand Serenade, Butch Walker, Tracy Bonham, We the Kings, Cobra Starship, and the Von Bondies.
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Geoff Sanoff

Grammy winning producer and engineer Geoff Sanoff hails from Washington, D.C. and while he hasn’t lived there for many years, his musical sensibilities were shaped growing up in the DC music scene. Having been chief engineer at Manhattan's Stratosphere Sound for over a decade, Geoff... Read More →


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