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Bryan Martin: Sonosphere Mastering

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The McGill Audio Engineering Society and CIRMMT present: "Inside Fender and Marshall guitar amplifiers: Comparing the classics" and "The design and build of a custom guitar amplifier: The creation of the Black Alpha studio recording amplifier and the Mighty Paisley stack."

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  • Seminar
When Nov 13, 2013
from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Schulich School of Music, New Music Building; 527 rue Sherbrooke Ouest; Room A-832
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The McGill Audio Engineering Society and CIRMMT present: 

Bryan Martin, Sonosphere Mastering

"Inside Fender and Marshall guitar amplifiers: Comparing the classics" and "The design and build of a custom guitar amplifier: The creation of the Black Alpha studio recording amplifier and the Mighty Paisley stack" with demonstration and additional commentary by Goran Petrovic.

 

Free admission!

 

Bryan Martin began his audio endeavours in Greenwich Village in the mid 80s at Platinum Island Studios. This launched a recording and producing career that led from New York City to London, Prague, Berlin, Memphis, and Austin. Artists ranged from singer-songwriters Rufus Wainwright and Mark Eitzel, jazz artists Dave Liebmann and Max Roach, hiphop artists Run DMC and KRS One, the classic roots of Pinetop Perkins, and world music productions for David Byrne. In 2003 he opened Sonosphere Mastering in Montreal. He has Grammy and Juno awards, and is involved in the design and construction of high-performance audio equipment. 

 

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