Date: January 3, 2013 9:20:28 AM CST
Subject: [AESeducators] Registration Open & Schedule Available: Central Indiana Audio Student Workshop 2013
The Central Indiana Section of the Audio
Engineering Society is pleased to
be hosting the Second Annual Central Indiana Audio Student Workshop,
February 16, 2013 on the campus of Indiana University – Bloomington in the
Recording Arts Department studios.
The Workshop aims to provide audio students of all ages and working
professionals within the state the opportunity to meet, hang out, and
improve their skills. We’ll be featuring some of the best in the business,
presenting on topics including recording, mixing, live sound, and
acoustics. This is truly a can’t miss opportunity!
Is this event limited only to
college-level audio students? Absolutely
not! This event is open to anyone interested in audio, including local
professionals and high school students. Thanks to the generous
contributions of our Title Sponsor Solid State Logic, as well as our other
sponsors, we’re pleased to announce the Central Indiana Audio Student
Workshop will be held FREE of charge to give all students equal access to
some amazing audio instruction, including FREE LUNCH! However, space is
limited, so advance registration is required. Also, all students should
know that they are entered in our fabulous prize drawing upon registering!
We absolutely need
your help to make this event a success. Here's how you
€ Announce this event to your classes, student sections, and co-workers.
Pass it along to other members of your AES chapter.
€ Download our poster, print it out, and hang it up anywhere students,
professors, or other interested people will notice it. Please forward this
email to any friends or businesses who may be interested as well. Every
little bit helps!
WORKSHOP WEBSITE (Schedule & More)
Thanks, we hope to see you in February!
Kyle P. Snyder, MS
Visiting Assistant Professor
School of Media Arts & Studies
Scripps College of Communication
Audio Engineer / Technologist
Vice Chair, Education Committee
Audio Engineering Society
AES Educator's Forum