The webinar has ended, but a recording will be available in the near future.
Our second acoustics webinar, focusing on room treatments this time, with Dennis Foley of Acoustic Fields. Ask questions through Twitter using the hashtag #dsdgroom, post them directly to our Facebook page, or ask using the comments section at the bottom of this post. We’ll handle Q&A at the end of the presentation.
UPDATE: Another option for asking questions is directly in hangout, right here!
DS readers in and around Melbourne, Australia should check out the upcoming Sound Librarian Recording Workshop at Docklands Studio. This FREE, all-day event, headed by noted Sound Designer Stephan Schütze, will offer a hands-on look at a number of useful recording and Foley techniques. The event will take place at an enormous, world-class sound stage, and attendees are encouraged to bring their own recording gear.
The event will take place on Thursday, October 24th, 2013. Things get rolling at 10am, and will last the entire day. Advance registration by October 20th is required. For more information, check out the Sound Librarian’s website.
“Meet people in real life?! Surely you jest!” Well, we’re doing it. Sam and I will both be attending the AES conference in New York Next week, and I thought it was well past time we actually organized a Designing Sound Community meet/drink-up. It will take place next Thursday, October 17th, at 8:30PM. We’re still hammering out the location, but sign up now. It will give us more info to work with while we’re talking with the bars and restaurants in the area.
Sign up using the form after the jump.
Do you have to sign up? Yes. We need a head count.
I am not going to the conference, but I live in/near New York City. Can I still come to the meetup? HELL YEAH!
Thanks, and hope to see you there!
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