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Overlap Education - Field Recording
Sun, March 27, 2016, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT
This class allows us to take a deep journey into the wonderful sounds of nature. Through observing, engaging, and active listening, we connect to the natural world in new and unique ways. The focus of this class is to immerse ourselves in the vast array of sounds in the wild, increasing our abilities for active listening and capturing some of these amazing sounds with field recording devices. This class serves as an introduction for those just getting started with field recording and prepares students for more classes in this sequence.
Students will learn:
1. The XY and ORTF stereo recording techniques.
2. Recording formats and gain structure.
3. How to optimize recording equipment in the field and wind protection.
4. Transferring field recordings into a digital audio workstation.
Instructor: Ryan Kleeman
Time: 12- 4 PM
Location: The Dojo - 3435 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, CA*
Seats Available: 15
*Remote attendance is available using Skype
Instructor Bio -
Ryan Kleeman is a Grammy nominated Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, and Instructor. Co-founder of Overlap Studio, Ryan has been working creatively in the Bay area sound community for the last 10 years. Currently, Ryan is teaching audio production and postproduction courses at Overlap, The Bay Area Video Coalition and The Art Institute of California. Ryan has engineered and co-produced with Bay area Artist’s Christopher Willits, Tycho, The Living Earth Show, Silvia Nakkach, Christopher Eickmann, Roma 79, Pleasuremaker, miRthkon, and Future Twin. Ryan is working as a recording, mixing and mastering engineer at Overlap Studio, Ghostcat Studios, and Studio Guapo. Kleeman received his MFA in Sound Design and Audio Engineering from The University of Missouri-Kansas City.