Step into a world-class recording studio and get your hands dirty.
“This week, I learned one of the most important things I will learn in this course. That behemoth is signal flow. When we first learned about it, it was on a piece of paper that we were told to look over and memorize. I did just that, even though I had no clue as to what I was memorizing. It wasn’t until our lab day, when we all got together and used Glenn’s SSL 9000 to mic a piano, get the analog signal from the mic to be converted to digital, record that signal on Pro Tools, and then be converted back to analog and played back using pads, amps, bussers, and all kinds of signal manipulators that I got a grasp of what signal flow really was. I have to admit, it was pretty cool using all this top of the line technology. I felt like an actual engineer.”