Field Recording at Silo City with Lea Bertucci
Saturday, August 19, 2017, 2–4pm
$7 members / $10 general
Artist and Workspace Resident Lea Bertucci will lead a small class focusing on technical audio recording techniques using a Zoom H6 and equipment from Squeaky as well as creative, lo-fi approaches using microcassette recorders. Microphone types, placement and setting levels would all be discussed. Participants will spend the first half going through recording techniques and overview of gear, with the second half of the class dedicated to participants learning to use their recordings compositionally with mixing stations.
Lea Bertucci is an American composer and performer whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. In addition to her instrumental practice, (alto saxophone and bass clarinet), her work often incorporates multi-channel speaker arrays, electroacoustic feedback, extended instrumental technique and tape collage. Her discography includes a number of solo and collaborative releases on independent labels in the US and Europe, including I Dischi Del Barone, Obsolete Units, Telegraph Harp and Clandestine Compositions. In 2017, she will release All That is Solid Melts Into Air: Works for Strings, on NNA Tapes. She has performed extensively across the US and Europe at venues such as The Kitchen, PS1 MoMA, The Drawing Center, Anthology Film Archives, Abrons Arts, ISSUE Project Room, Pioneer Works, The Queens Museum, Artists’ Space, Caramoor, The High Zero Festival, and Experimental Intermedia, among many others. She is a 2016 MacDowell Fellow in composition and a 2015 ISSUE Project Room Artist-in- Residence.
Registration must occur at least three days prior to the start date of workshop. Cancellations must take place 48hrs before to receive a refund. No walk-ins accepted.
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This workshop is part of the Workspace Residency. Workspace Residency is a unique artist residency that supports local, regional and national media artists and researchers who are working on projects in film, video, audio, interactive media and emerging technologies in any stage of production. Initiated in 2016 by Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center in Buffalo, New York, in collaboration with local partners Buffalo Game Space, Buffalo Lab, and Silo City, the residency provides support through equipment, facilities, and technical support for artists experimenting across a range of old and new technologies, such as video, sound, digital platforms, interactivity, virtual reality, and 3D printing. Community outreach and public engagement components include presentation and education activities. More information on the summer 2017 residents can be found here.