SAE LA students, listen up: SAE Miami Instructor Bill Gordon is in town, and he’s going to be in the DFC Theatre at 2:00 p.m. to present his seminar: “Wrestle Any Song to the Ground.”
Tomorrow, Americans will line up to determine who the winner of one of the most important elections in decades will be. There’s also a presidential election. While we’ll spare you from taking a partisan stance on the latter, the former vote will be held at SAE Los Angeles, to determine who will be the campus’s next Student Rep for GRAMMY U. Check out the creative posters for the three nominees below, and if you’re an SAE LA Student, don’t forget [...]
SAE LA Instructor Joe McGrath has been selected as a panelist for the AES Project Studio Expo “You Ask, We Answer Q&A Session” on Sat. Oct. 27 at 3 p.m. The Sound On Sound- sponsored Project Studio Expo is part of the 133rd AES convention, which will take place in San Francisco’s Moscone Center Oct. 27-29, and is free and open to the general public. However, attendees need to register beforehand at the AES site.
SAE LA’s ATP 0112 recently visited historic East/West Studios in Hollywood, CA. East/West was originally United/Western Recorders, founded and built by audio pioneer Bill Putnam with the backing of Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra. Pictured here, the class is being addressed by East/West Studio Manager Candace Stewart and instructor Lenise Bent in Studio 1, the classic “Sinatra” room, where such iconic recordings as “My Way” and “That’s Life” were recorded. East/West is one of the many studios at which [...]
5-String bass player Joe DeMott –of Steve Bello band fame– scored an official endorsement from Warwick basses at the beginning of April. He recently stopped by SAE LA to show off his new custom made Warwick bass and discuss music with SAE LA Instructor and GRAMMY Award-winning engineer Johnnie Truesdale. Thanks for dropping in, fellas!
SAE LA was proud to host Hollywood High School’s afterschool program L.A.C.E.R. (Literary, Arts, Culture, Education & Recreation) for a tour around campus and some special recording time in the NEVE studio. The mood was jovial and excited, as students explored their curiosity in the recording arts by demoing some of the most advanced technology in the industry.