No matter what your genre, Rock, Jazz, Hip Hop—the basic principals of recording are key.
Come learn from industry professionals with over 30 years of studio experience and knowledge.
Be it analog or digital, it all begins with a great sound achieved through basic principals and Advanced Audio Engineering is the place to learn it all. You will not only finish with technical knowledge, but more importantly, you will leave with extensive hands on studio experience that other workshops are not offering.
Designed to hone your engineering & production skills
in a professional studio environment.
Professional audio engineering and recording is both a technical and musical process. To be a creative part of this process, one must develop the ability to obtain the right sounds as well as get the most out of the recording equipment. It often involves pushing that equipment to the “sweet spot,” sometimes even more than it was originally designed for.
Just as important the recording process also requires a skilled engineer to interface with the artist and often act in a production capacity. The development of key interpersonal skills plays a significant role in the ability to function independently in any professional studio environment.
Our workshops features instructors with real world experience to guide the student engineer. The goal is for the student to reinforce and develop their best approach toward a complete session. The student will work hands-on, and will be responsible for a professional production from start to finish. The session will include pre-production, studio set up, getting sounds, tracking, overdubs and final mixing.
Turn your audio education into real world experience with AAE!
Workshop A: Advanced Recording & Mixing Program
Workshop A offers the advanced student a relaxed and enthusiastic workshop. It is designed to take your engineering and production skills to the next level in a real world professional studio. The workshop allows for hands-on experimentation, in a one-on-one environment, with both of our instructors guiding your learning experience. Our workshop will sharpen your technical and musical production abilities, while enhancing your interpersonal skills.
- Artist pre-production: working and preparing the artist/band for the recording session.
- Studios etiquette: personal interaction.
- Studio preproduction: learn the sweet spots of the sound room and where to place musicians and sound sources within the room.
- Sound references: the usage of other sound references for comparison purposes to benefit the production.
- Studio setup: setting up the console and Pro Tools or tape machine, patch-bay signal flow and troubleshooting.
- Room layout for the session: placing the equipment for the most productive and efficient workflow.
- Critical listening: getting sounds, microphone techniques and signal flow.
- Tracking and Overdubs techniques.
- Mixing: techniques, setup, signal flow, dynamic processing, equalization and effects.
- Studio Breakdown.
Workshop B: Production Consultation Program
We are offering a private workshop to evaluate your recording and mixing techniques, if you are not satisfied with your current productions. We will develop and discuss ways to improve your productions. Workshop B is designed for anyone who wants to further the art of music recording. The workshop will be held in your own studio.
Students applying must have basic audio knowledge, and/or experience in the audio recording or live sound field. Workshop A will be held in a professional working studio. Workshop A offers the student both digital and analog technology. Additional charges will apply for analog tape.
Workshop B if working in your own studio is not an option other arrangements can be discussed and arranged with the instructor.
Owner of Grammy winning Coyote Recording Studios.
35 years experience working with many notable artists.
Owner of Grammy winning Coyote Recording Studios. 35 years experience working with many notable artists. CoyoteRecording.net