RME announces new class in revamped Sound Lab

DAVENPORT - After sitting dormant for a few years, the River Music Experience's Sound Lab has come back to life.

The first new course offered in the Sound Lab is called Roots in Recording, lasts for one month, and focuses on the basics of digital recording - including signal flow, miking techniques and Protools software.

Roots in Recording is taught by one of the RME's own sound engineers, Andrew Henry. Henry received a degree in recording arts from Full Sail University, has been working with live sound for over five years, and brings a wealth of knowledge to the class.

"We're ready to get some kids back in the Sound Lab," Bret Dale, RME's Director of Programming and Education, said. "With our new equipment we can teach kids skills that can actually translate into a career in music."

The upgrades to the Sound Lab were made possible by funding from the Scott County Regional Authority (SCRA).

More information about the course can be found at rivermusicexperience.org/Programs/Roots-in-Recording

More courses and sessions will be announced after the first Roots in Recording wraps up.

About River Music Experience
River Music Experience is a non profit performing arts center, dedicated to providing the community opportunities to listen to, learn about, and play music.