BOSTON AUDIO SOCIETY
May 31, 2009 SUNDAY
***Note Time and Date and Place***
Time: 6:00 PM
Place: Room 114, Durgin Hall, University of Massachusetts
Lowell, South Campus. Lowell MA
Featured Guest: Alex Case
Topic: Sound FX: Unlocking the Creative Potential
of Recording Studio Effects.
Alexander Case is touring the country educating all
on the art of effectively altering recorded sound. While touring, he is
busily maintaining a full teaching load in the University's Sound Recording
Technology program. His newest book (412 pages + 135 figures) is filled
with tips on how to make a good recording sound great. A few of those items
he suggests modifying are --Amplitude, Equalization, Compression & Limiting,
Time Effects, Pitch Shift, etc. For our lecture, Alex has selected compression.
He will demonstrate the positive effects of compression and how it can enhance
playback. Alex will supply attendees with an abstract of his talk. Much
more compression detail is available in his book. Autographed copies of
his new book will be available. The meeting will take place in the Main
Recording and Critical Listening Room. The super room was designed by Bob
Alach (Alactronics). Bring along your favorite CD.