Actuaciones a pié de calle
Conciertos & Live Acts
Dos zonas de Baño. Two swimming zones.
Conciertos & Live Acts
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Una ciudad medieval anclada en el medievo. A medieval town frozen in the middle age.
Musical self production: Home studio
In a, every time, more globalized world is possible to produce your own music at home and share it with the whole in just one click. Find out the tools you need for and learn the basic technics, which can help your creative process to turn this music on your head into a digital file.
Is oriented to any people interested to learn how to build a home studio. Thought to all kind of public, the course will go from the basic principles of recording, software, etc… including individual technics that will be done during the meeting where every one of the course’s participants will end up recording all the musicians, bands and big bands walking by the WIM2014.
Hardware and Software: we will compare and learn that all of them are based on the same principles.
MIDI: what it is and? What can be used for?
Recording and sound edition.
Virtual instruments programming: create your own virtual instruments using the computer as a Sampler.
Pre-recorded bases and Loops use.
Dynamic processor: compressors, limiters, noise gates
Audio-video synchrony: music composition basics for soundtrack.
During the course we will do practical exercises of these technics producing original music played and composed among all the participants. In order to do that we are going to build a portable studio to let loose the imagination. We will discuss and learn different aspects, useful for every musician, as recording in a home studio or professional studio as in a live concert.
Miguel Ruiz de Elvira, with a Degree on Information Science, specialized in sound and image, by the Complutense University of Madrid; Diploma in sound and illumination by the center of Spectacle Technology, belonging to the INAEM (National Institute of Scenic Arts and Music). Diploma as Sound Engineer, level 2, by the Westminster College of London.
As a musician, formed at the Creative School of Madrid, where he got the degree on electric bass and studied arrangements and composition, and a Jazz degree at the High Conservatory of Pamplona.
He has composed, played and produced music for TV shows like ‘Aida’, ‘LaLola’ or ‘El pasado es mañana’. With more than 400 TV show episodes, jingles for commercials, music for theatre, TV tunes, etc.
He has a wide experience as a teacher; he has been more than ten years working as a professor at the Music School of Madrid, where he is the Musical Production Coordinator and Assemble Professor, helping also at the same time as Sound and Lighting second teacher at the Spectacle Technology, CTE, belonging to the INAEM.
He also has worked as sound technician in theatre and live music tours all over Spain besides mixing many band and orchestras in festivals like the WOMAD or Doctor Music. He has worked as lighting technician at the Royal Theatre and Lope de Vega Theatre in Madrid.