Understanding the Signal Chain and Computers in Home and Project Studios

Computers in Home and Project Studios

Computers for home and project studios

Understanding the Signal Chain: And Computers in Home or Project Recording Studios

Slick Audio will be giving a presentation on Understanding the Signal Chain and Computers in Home and Project Studios.  This presentation will be at the first joint AES  (Audio Engineering Society) and NAMM (North American Music Merchants) event. Which is a new collaborative alliance which will integrate pro audio educational training activities related to live sound, performance audio, recording technology, and other topics into The 2018 NAMM Show, January 25-28 in Anaheim, California.

Slick Audio can be also found on the convention room floor during the duration of the trade-show.  Below are the details if you are interested in attending NAMM.

NAMM 2018 Booth# 12125

Sunday, January 28 — 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

El Capitan (Level 4)

Home Studio?

Wouldn’t it be nice to have an IT person on staff—someone who knows audio every time you had a question about signal flow in your home studio, or when your computer seems to take over and leave you in the dust? We can’t promise you that, but in this session, studio IT wizard Jim Slick, CEO of Slick Audio, will explain how audio and IT can co-exist peacefully, answer your nagging digital questions, and show you common problems and fixes to make your recording system run smoother and happier.   Check out NAMM for more details  https://www.namm.org/nammu/understanding-signal-chain-and-computers-home-and

 

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