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Prism Sound, Sadie Launch Summer 2009 Seminars
Cambridge, UK - Jun 4, 2009 - Prism Sound and Sadie have announced their next series of free educational seminars. The seminars will fall into two categories -- broadcast and music recording -- with a date at each venue devoted to each topic.
The mastering seminars will focus on how Sadie digital audio workstations can be used in a mastering environment and also how Sadie location recorders fit into the recording chain. Guest speakers and staff from Prism Sound and Sadie will discuss the practical aspects of mastering.
The Prism Sound's Mic To Monitor tour aims to dispel many of the myths surrounding the recording process. Each seminar will feature short presentations from Prism Sound staff and from guest speakers, including recording professionals who can answer audience questions on recording techniques.
The seminars will be held at educational establishments that offer courses in music recording and broadcast engineering. The tour kicks off in October. U.S. cities on the tour include Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Nashville and Miami. Specific locations will be announced later. Schedules will be posted to the Prism Sound and Sadie websites.
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