– TEC Award-Winning studio designer Carl Tatz and AES President John Krivit address MTSU recording program students at AES event –
– MTSU has one of the largest recording programs in the world with a very vital AES Student Chapter. The school recently installed seven Carl Tatz Design (CTD) PhantomFocus™ monitoring systems, and the lecture gave the students the opportunity to go behind the scenes and learn what made the monitors that they had been mixing and tracking on sound so outstanding –
Nashville, TN: TEC Award-Winning studio designer Carl Tatz and AES President John Krivit participated in an AES Student Chapter event hosted by Middle Tennessee State University’s (MTSU) Department of Recording Industry, which offers B.S. in Audio Production and M.F.A in Recording Arts and Technologies programs.
Carl Tatz presented a 90-minute graphic-enhanced lecture on near-field monitoring, revealing some of the behind-the-scenes protocols of his acclaimed PhantomFocus™ System to the students and faculty audience. Tatz explains, “It was really interesting to be able to present a lecture to an audience, all of whom were familiar with working on the university’s seven new PhantomFocus Systems. Plus I’m always able to give them some useful techniques that they can take with them to use in their home studios.”
AES President John Krivit spoke to MTSU students about professional opportunities in the audio industry and strategies for matriculating into 21st Century jobs. As he does with his “Hey Audio Student” Facebook group, John chronicled the events and opportunities that are made available to Student Members of the Audio Engineering Society.
Photo Caption 1: Studio designer Carl Tatz explains his Null Positioning Ensemble™ to AES Student Chapter at MTSU event on campus