Advanced and Professional students have the incredible opportunity on Saturday, April 6th to work with Andy Greenberg, senior sound engineer from One Union Recording Studios. This class will prepare you for what happens in a professional studio before, during and after the session. Learn session etiquette, all the do’s and don’ts, and how to hear and follow creative direction. Whether you've done this before, or you have yet to book a job, this behind the scenes insight from Andy will make you look like a pro at your next session.
Andy has been recording sound for over 40 years. He has a Bachelors of Science degree in multitrack recording, acoustics and systems design from the Institute of Audio Research in New York City. He has worked in media production and recording audio and video for his entire professional career. He is a member of the SAG / AFTRA Union as a working voice talent for over 15 years.
Andy is involved in voice over sessions at his high profile studio every day of the week, and he brings a level of experience and professionalism that few can offer.
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