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Students!
Con Audio is offering group training sessions for the self-record equipment in Clonick Hall and the Bibbins 2nd floor classrooms. The sessions are scheduled for the following times next week:
Tuesday, Feb. 18th, 4:30-5:15pm (Meet at Clonick, then move to Bibbins 223)
Wednesday, Feb. 19th, 3:15-4:00pm (Meet at Clonick, then move to Bibbins 232)
Friday, Feb 21st, 12:00-12:30pm  (Bibbins only- meet at Bibbins 223) 

Students!

Con Audio is offering group training sessions for the self-record equipment in Clonick Hall and the Bibbins 2nd floor classrooms. The sessions are scheduled for the following times next week:

Tuesday, Feb. 18th, 4:30-5:15pm (Meet at Clonick, then move to Bibbins 223)

Wednesday, Feb. 19th, 3:15-4:00pm (Meet at Clonick, then move to Bibbins 232)

Friday, Feb 21st, 12:00-12:30pm  (Bibbins only- meet at Bibbins 223) 

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A calm explanation of the finer details of performing vs. recording (Taken with Cinemagram)

Adrian Farmer talks with Alison Lee, pianist for the session.

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A calm explanation of the finer details of performing vs. recording (Taken with Cinemagram)

Adrian Farmer talks with Alison Lee, pianist for the session.

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Taking a listen (Taken with Cinemagram)

This comes from today’s Masterclass regarding recording with Adrian Farmer, pictured.

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Taking a listen (Taken with Cinemagram)

This comes from today’s Masterclass regarding recording with Adrian Farmer, pictured.

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Check out one of the donor plaques outside of Clonick recording studio! #oberlin

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Check out one of the donor plaques outside of Clonick recording studio! #oberlin

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Just another day in the booth at Clonick Recording Studio (Taken with Cinemagram)

The Contemporary Music Ensemble, under the direction of Prof. Tim Weiss, is about to record Luciano Berio’s “Corale.”
The group will play in NYC in January! 

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Just another day in the booth at Clonick Recording Studio (Taken with Cinemagram)

The Contemporary Music Ensemble, under the direction of Prof. Tim Weiss, is about to record Luciano Berio’s “Corale.”

The group will play in NYC in January! 

Part II of V. In which Peter Schickele discusses an important part of his compositional process - his sketchbooks, which date back to the 1960s. 

This interview is a part of Peter Schickele Weekend, a celebration and exploration of the process of recording a legendary composer’s work at Oberlin Conservatory, in state-of-the-art Clonick Recording Studio in the Kohl Building.

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