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LiveSoundAdvice_grey_black  Live Sound Advice is offering another free instructional seminar series featuring industry expert Mike Sokol, on The Art of Equalization to prevent feedback, improve intelligibility, and create better music mixes. Mike’s an adjunct professor at Shenandoah University and has 40 years experience in mixing music at all levels.  We’ll be using a Digico S21 console and Tectonic Speaker Panels for this seminar, so please sign up and attend to see and hear this technology in action.

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Topics that will be covered……

  1. Basic Room equalization with pink noise
  2. Finding and fixing feedback in a hurry
  3. How microphone selection affects equalization
  4. Making instruments and voices pop in the mix
  5. Frequency bracketing and carving techniques

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  WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2016 – 6PM to 8:30PM

Pizza will be served at 6PM

Seminar will begin around 6:30PM

Extended Q&A and Panel discussion from 8:30-9PM

Williamsport Banquet Hall

2 Brandy Drive
Williamsport, MD 21795

You Need to Attend If…

  • You have questions about microphone and room equalization
  • You want to see & play with the latest pro-sound gear
  • You want to expand your knowledge on sound system best practices

We’re also streaming THE SEMINAR, SIGN UP AND WE WILL SEND YOU THE LINK

It’s free but please RSVP:

Register

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT

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Our chief instructor Mike Sokol has been a live-sound, recording, and design engineer for 45 years as well as a musician for 50 years and  has run sound for thousands of Worship, Music, and Political events. In addition to teaching audio production as an adjunct professor at Shenandoah Conservatory, he’s been a contributing editor for magazines such as Church Productions, EQ, Electronic Musician, and Mix, as well as a technical consultant to Apple Computer and Microsoft. During the past 15 years he’s presented over 1,000 seminars and Hands-On Workshops across North America at Churches, recording schools, universities, and professional audio organizations such as the Audio Engineering Society, the Society of Broadcast Engineers and NARAS (Grammy Awards Group).