New York, NY (May 10, 2005)–Nearly two years after opening its doors to the NY audio community with a new state-of-the-art facility, SAE Institute is hosting an industry-wide Open House on Sunday May 15th, 2005. The event takes place from 2:00 – 5:00 pm at 1293 Broadway (9th Floor) and will highlight SAE New York’s campus facility that is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan on Herald Square.
Key engineers, producers, media, equipment manufacturers and members of the press are invited to attend as SAE continues to expand with greater involvement and integration into the unique musical marketplace for which New York City is known. A series of technology demonstrations, conducted by some of SAE’s award-winning faculty members, will give attendees a first-hand look at the production and creation techniques used by top artists and producers around the globe. Seminar instructors will include:
Steve Pageot–This Grammy award winning producer (Aretha Franklin, Krayie Bone, Snoop Dogg) will be teaching his unique mixing techniques in SAE’s SSL 4000 G+ room.
Rich Tozzoli–A producer, mixer and multichannel surround sound authority (Carly Simon, Average White Band, Foghat, Al DiMeola), Tozzoli will be discussing surround sound and how to remix as well as record in this format.
Michael White–Known for engineering work (Whitney Houston, James Taylor, Talking Heads, Rolling Stones), White will be demonstrating on SAE’s Neve 88R recording console.
Audio Technology Program start dates are:
Full time: June 27th, 2005 and September 26th, 2005
Part time: October 24th, 2005 (Mondays & Wednesdays)
Electronic Music Producer course start dates are:
Creating Sounds and Sampling: June 14th, 2005
Getting It Together and Putting It Out: July 26th, 2005