The Chattanooga Public Library just built and opened The Studio, a professional recording studio in our downtown branch featuring industry standard equipment and professionally lead workshops and learning opportunities. The Studio is already home to the Chattanooga Times Free Press weekly live Facebook event, Music Wednesdays, and we’re just getting started!
Now the library is teaming up with the pros over at Dynamo Studios to bring you their exclusive Audio Engineering & Production classes taught at the Chattanooga Public Library.
SPACE IS LIMITED
VALID LIBRARY CARD REQUIRED
ABOUT THIS CLASS:
ACOUSTIC GUITARS & SINGER SONGWRITERS for Teens
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 11am-1pm
It is recommended that students interested in the Acoustic Guitars & SInger Songwriters class should take a Beat Making class prior to starting.
Singer songwriters make up a very large part of the music industry today. These musicians can be found at your local coffee shop, music venue, or on any major radio station. They are EVERYWHERE, which is why it is so important that they have solid recordings that separate them from the rest of the pack. Throughout this class students will learn the basic skills needed to successfully record the two most important parts of any singer songwriter’s project, the acoustic guitar and vocals.
- Signal Flow
- DAW Navigation
- Session Production
- Gain Structure
- Software Plugins
- Session Tracking Mix
- Basic EQ
- Basic Compression
- Mic Techniques
- Mic Selection
- Vocal Production & Engineering
- Acoustic Guitar Production & Engineering
Space is limited. Classes are for students ages 12-18 years old.
Audio Engineering classes in The Studio are brought to you by The Chattanooga Public Library, in partnership with local education non profit Dynamo Studios.
The Chattanooga Public Library's recording studio is made possible through grants from The Lyndhurst Foundation, The Benwood Foundation and the Friends of the Chattanooga Public Library.