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Soundfield Microphones and Choir Broadcasts

Last November I was involved with a number of choir concerts that had to be broadcast. As anyone who has done broadcast knows, there is a definite battle with trying to get the ideal sound while also keeping sight lines clear from the array of microphone stands. Additionally, with choirs there is the issue of … Continue reading Soundfield Microphones and Choir Broadcasts

Standardized Testing

Colleges and universities have increasingly decided to make standardized testing optional, or -- in some cases -- to decline to accept test scores altogether. This decision has sparked some controversy from the public. Here, I share some of my experiences and thoughts on standardized testing. We must be careful not to discourage our twelve-year-olds by … Continue reading Standardized Testing

Ambisonics Talk at Georgia Southern

Earlier in the semester I was contacted by Dr. John Thompson, who runs the Music Technology program at Georgia Southern University and invited to give a presentation as a part of their guest lecture series. If you've peeked at my About Me page, you'll know that I am an alumnus of the program. It was … Continue reading Ambisonics Talk at Georgia Southern