Learn the skills necessary to make quality audio recordings!
Basic Audio Production with Randall Frazier
This hands-on class in a professional music venue serves as an introduction to the many aspects of recording and producing audio, whether it be music, speech, choir, or theater. The first class includes a brief primer of acoustics, basic microphone tips and techniques, introduction to computer recording, basic MIDI, and the fundamentals of mixing and producing audio. In the second and third classes, students will put theory to practice, working with a musician on the studio equipment. Improve your recordings by deepening your understanding of acoustics and sound in a light and easy to understand presentation served up in plain English.
Randall Frazier is Production Manager and Lead Sound Engineer at The Walnut Room, Denver’s best sounding live music venue, as well as chief engineer at Helmet Room Recordings, a recording studio and record label recognized worldwide for high quality audio production work. He has mastering and/or engineering credits on works from Edward Ka-Spel, The Legendary Pink Dots, Kal Cahoone, Expo 70, Green Milk From The Planet Orange, Bela Karoli, Golden Death Music, Pee Pee, Orbit Service, and has also worked with Calexico, Iron And Wine, Helio Sequence, Crystal Skulls, Chuck Prophet, Johnette Napolitano (Concrete Blonde), Band Of Skulls, Greg Laswell, and many, many more.
Both Helmet Room Recordings and The Walnut Room have been voted “Best Of Denver” by Westword Magazine for superior Audio Production. Recordings featuring engineering/mastering work from helmet room have been featured in Pitchfork Media, Denver Post, LA Weekly, Downbeat, and NPR to name just a few.