March-2024 – Richard King –

2024 Bulletin - March

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March 2024

March , 2024
Time: 6:30pm – 10:00pm
Where: TBD








 30 years of eye (and ear) opening events from the world of sound recording

There are many practical issues in music production that may, at times, hinder a strict adherence to the basic theories of audio and acoustics. Sound recording practitioners are constantly faced with situations in which they must navigate between “following the science” and just getting the job done, with as little compromise as possible. The talk will cover a selection of illuminating, educative experiences drawn from many years of researching, recording and mixing music. 

About the Event


6:30 – 7:00 Food and networking.

7:00 – 8:30 – Presentation –  part 1

8:30 – 9:15 – Presentation – Part 2

Richard King

Richard King

Richard King is an Educator, Researcher, and a Grammy Award winning recording engineer. He has garnered Grammy Awards in many fields, including Best Engineered Album in both the Classical and Non-Classical categories. Richard is an Associate Professor at McGill University in Montréal, Canada, and as a long-standing member and Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, he is a regular presenter and panelist. His research interests and publications include small environment acoustics, the process of music mixing, and immersive audio recording and reproduction. His book Recording Orchestra is part of the “AES presents” series, and a newly expanded second edition will be released this spring.

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