Tuesday, March 30, 2010

April Showers will bring you to the Co-Op...

Wed, March 31, 5:30 - Final Cut Pro 202 with David Webber
Final Cut Pro is the industry standard software for editing video. Learn methods to create great projects in simple ways that make sense in FCP. David Webber follows up his FCP 101 with this class, going over his secrets & techniques for editing in Final Cut Pro. He’s even going to assign (optional) homework where you can come in and edit with some stock footage and send him your final project! Boy, this guy is good. 5:30pm @ the Co-Op.

This year, April showers are bringing back the Tipitina’s/Valcour Song Contest!
During the month of April, Co-Op members have THREE hours to record a song and submit it to Rachel, who in turn will turn all of the songs into Lucius, Joel & Phillip over at Valcour records. They will then select ONE song (it’s hard!) to receive $200 cash, a year membership to the Co-Op, and Artist of the Month over at Valcourrecords.com!!!! WHAT?! I know. And they are looking for ALL GENRES! Click here to get all the info. Must be a Co-Op member from Acadiana to enter.

Wed, April 7, 5:30p How to record an awesome song in Pro Tools by Chase Dugas
Chase Dugas has been in the audio business for 12 yrs doing everything from running sound for live bands (Third Eye Blind, Josh Kelley, Dave Mathews, and Spank the Monkey, just to name a few) to building and repairing audio gear. With the song contest on everyone’s mind, Chase will be here next week to teach us how to record a killer song in pro tools with only 3 hours at the helm! It will be a fast based class going over the basics of using Pro Tools, what kind of mic’s to use, frequencies, and lots else. Come with questions and maybe even with some coffee in your belly!

1 comment:

  1. Here's 2 songs by me.

    AL TRAUTMAN
    PO BOX 172
    LYDIA, LA 70569

    337-519-5970

    http://www.esnips.com/doc/f20d1a51-5ce0-48d4-a37a-c972cdad8247/BLUES-CHILD

    http://www.esnips.com/doc/f10b1b43-6867-4325-9295-08baf3208ecf/the-WORD

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