by Jourdan Hines
October 12, 10am-12:30pm
Brush up on the basics of how to run live sound on a professional sound system. You will have the chance to learn about more advanced signal flow, micing techniques, frequencies, EQing, and mixing in a live sound environment. Ask the questions you've always wanted regarding trouble shooting. This class will help you utilize your own equipment with greater ease and you'll learn how to make your band sound better too.
Co-taught by Dustin Boyle, an experienced professional live sound engineer.
Takes place at The High Noon Saloon, 701 E Washington Ave, Madison, WI 53703 (map)
$60 | $54 Current Foundry Students
Maximum enrollment: 8
Jourdan began studying music when he was just seven years old. He received an A.A.S. in Music Production from McNally Smith College of Music and a B.S. in Music Theory and Composition from UW-La Crosse. In addition to teaching privately Jourdan works as a freelance musician, recording engineer, and graphic designer. He performs regionally with a variety of groups and as a solo artist.
Teaching since 2002, Jourdan's goal is to empower each student with musical knowledge and the skills needed to be a successful musician. The path taken to achieve this goal is individualized and is based upon the student’s goals, whether it be a professional career in music or an enjoyable personal hobby to share with friends and family. He strives to make music a positive and rewarding experience that will last a lifetime. Full Bio (pdf)
Jourdan also teaches Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Audio Basics 101 & 102, and Music Production.