Every other summer, I usually teach a section of Audio Recording and Production 2. This course gives students a chance to continue developing their skills in the recording studio. This year, we decided to push the envelope and set the goal of producing entire albums in less than 4 weeks (something akin to the RPM challenge).
The eight students below started with nothing recorded on May 16 and here we are on June 8 releasing not one, but two albums! Really proud of the work these folks put into their music. And special thanks goes to Martha Garzon‘s Images and Meaning students for developing album artwork. You can download their MP3 albums at the links below and import them into your iTunes library.
Dangerous When Wet – produced by Peter Davis, Lindsey Iverson, Kyle Lough & Drew Nunley – artwork by Brittany Alkire
download ZIP archive – 91 MB – 13 tracks, 35 minutes
Lux Nova – produced by Katie Lloyd, Sarah Moore, Kyle Ritch & Kyle Simmons – artwork by Atheer Alharbi
download ZIP archive – 80 MB – 12 tracks, 36 minutes
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Images and Meaning Sec 01 went searching and found their doppelgangers. Each student created a series of three portraits that interpreted the concept of the Doppelganger. See individual selections below. Advanced blending and Photoshop compositing techniques were used to develop each series.
This summer session, “Images and Meaning” students created some awesome posters that explore the relationship between art, advertisement and channels of mass communication.