San Francisco (December 15, 2003)–Pyramind Sound Recording Studios launches two new series of courses as part of The Institute for Advanced Digital Audio Training’s winter term at Pyramind’s Media Complex in San Francisco.
In January, DJ Ean Golden, a.k.a. “Goldenboy” and “GoldenSol,” will begin a Digital DJ Series for DJs, beat-makers, and dance music producers. Golden’s series expands the potential of laptop-based applications and hardware taking the DJ form to a new level, where the DJ increasingly becomes an interactive musician and performer.
With new advances in digital technology and a need for a more efficient medium, the professional audio industry is just now delivering an array of remarkable tools that are the focus of this Digital DJ Series. Through the use of pre-recorded material as “the notes” and digital technology as the “instrument,” the DJ increasingly becomes an interactive musician and performer. Golden is on the forward edge of these emerging technologies, continuing to develop unique techniques that set him apart from the pack.
Supervising sound editor Dave Nelson will helm a new Film Audio Series for Sound Designers and Editors. The Film Audio Series takes place in San Francisco’s largest surround sound Dolby studio environment, Nelson’s Outpost Studios in the 880 Folsom Street Media Complex.
Nelson’s series is a collection of smart classes designed to give sound designers, editors and those interested in sound-for-picture a full spectrum of tools and techniques needed to thrive in the post production world. The Film Audio Series includes Digidesign’s Pro Tools operator certification. Supervising sound editor Dave Nelson has mixed over 60 films and brings decades of experience as a sound designer and dialog editor to his Film Audio Series.