Past meetings of the Society
October 2003

Meeting Date: Sunday, October 19
Time: 6:00 PM
Place: Room 120
National Transportation Systems Center
55 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142

Featured Guests: Micha Schattner, Recording Engineer & Music Critic

Subject: Recording experiences and sound editing software

BAS member Micha Schattner has been doing audio recording and production since the 60s. He has recorded literally thousands of live concerts in the Boston area (sometimes two at one time!), and he contributed 3 tracks to the BAS CD-1 that included the infamous Saint Saens organ symphony excerpt.

In the 70s, he did audio design work for John Curl and Dennison Electrostatics. He also performed equipment service for Audio Lab in Cambridge. He has worked for WGBH and WBUR FM radio stations in Boston.

He will talk about his experiences and current projects he's working on, as well as editing software including the new Sequoia Samplitude professional audio editing system that he is quite enthusiastic about.

Micha is in the 'subjective' camp and has many strong (and sometimes controversial) opinions on aural perception, ABX testing, audio software, and hardware. A lively discussion is guaranteed.


 

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