• LETS RECORD! - Vocal Recording 101(2nd Run)

    Join us in a workshop at a professional recording studio to learn how to bring out your best sound in your vocal recordings.

    This workshop is open to all vocalists, singer-songwriters, audio engineers, recording enthusiasts, and anyone doing home recording or wishing to learn something about recording techniques. Principal audio engineer and music producer at Anadigi Sound Lab Raf Soundwalker will bring you through:

    - How to take your home recordings to the next level

    - Mic-ing and performance techniques

    - The art and science behind a great vocal mix.

    Featuring guest performances by local musical theatre singer Preston Lim, accompanied by Chan Chi Ling (piano).

    This event is free admission and supported by ANADIGI SOUND LAB and the LIFELONG LEARNING COUNCIL.

    TRAILER from the first run of Vox Recording 101: https://youtu.be/psfV4g7yG0M

    About the Instructor - Raf Soundwalker

    An audio engineer with a proven track record in music production, recording, and post-production across Singapore, the UK, and Australia, Raf Soundwalker has engineered recording sessions and live shows for Snarky Puppy Tribute Band (Singapore), Druv Kent Live Show, Karen De Silva String Quartet, The Great Life Project, SingJazz Festival, to name a few. In recent years, he has produced for The Kevin Michael Project, local world fusion music ensemble Flame of the Forest, and more recently for the single and upcoming EP release for local singer songwriter Shak’thiya. He is also currently Lecturer of Audio Engineering in Orita Sinclair School of Design and Music.

    About the Vocalist - Preston Lim

    Preston is a software engineer by day and musical theatre actor by night. Theatre credits include: Cliff Bradshaw (Cabaret), Mark Cohen (RENT), and The Baker (Into the Woods). He currently studies opera with Dr. Thomas Manhart.

    Register your interest here

    Date And Time
    Sun, 28 April 2019, 1:00 PM

    Anadigi Sound Lab
    668A Geylang Road
    Singapore 389595
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