_____________observed that when the lengths of vibrating strings are ratios of integers such as 2 to 3 or 3 to 4, the tones produced will be harmonious... Read More >>
HONOLULU AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
When many people think of music in Honolulu, Hawaii, they think of luaus on the beach, ukeleles, steel guitars and hula dancers moving to traditional Hawaiian folk tunes. Indeed, Hawaiian folk plays a huge role in the Honolulu music scene, but the music of Hawaii also encompasses many other genres, such as rock, country, and even 'Jawaiian' music, which is Hawaii's own brand of reggae.
Here on this page, you'll find a number of professional audio engineers and music producers featured, all of whom have demonstrated the highest standards of excellence by attending the Recording Connection Audio Institute of Honolulu. These qualified professionals have each been trained in world-class recording studios under the personal mentoring of some of the best music industry pros in the business. If you have need of high-quality recording services, or if you're interested in learning more about attending the Recording Connection yourself, you can't go wrong by visiting the professional websites of these producer/engineers. For more information about the Recording Connection Audio Institute and our various locations, please click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Honolulu Recording Connection Students
___________________ gave us the NECAM – the first console to have moving fader automation... Read More >>
What is MIDI an acronym for? Your Answer: Musical Instrument Digital Interface A working version of the MIDI protocol was presented by __________________ at the 1981 AES Convention... Read More >>
A Delay, when applied to an audio signal, does what? Your Answer: Stores the audio signal, and plays it back at a given time interval Feedback is achieved by doing what? Your Answer: Feeding the delayed signal back into the input of the delay device What type of effect do we hear with a short delay of 0 to 1msec, with feedback? Your Answer: Phasing Chorusing, can also be described as _____________... Read More >>
This chapter was tougher than I've expected. But in general, being in the studio is all about using your ears more than your eyes when you're working with plug-ins... Read More >>