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CML A.U.Th. presents a Talk by Steve Savage on “Recording Classical Music”
May 23rd 10:00-11.30 AM Room 7 – A.U.Th – Music Department (Thermi)
This workshop discusses the intersection of classical music recordings with digital audio recording techniques and contemporary studio practices.
Topics will include:
– The “it could have happened” approach to editing
– Creating hyperreal recordings
– Capturing the unintentional performance
Steve Savage is an active record producer and recording engineer. He has had 7 Grammy nomintiCons for CD’s on which he was the primary engineer. These include CD’s for Robert Cray, John Hammond, OCs Rush, Elvin Bishop and The Gospel Hummingbirds.
Steve holds his PhD in musicology from the University of London where he studied with the eminent musicologist Nicholas Cook. Recent books include The Art of Digital Audio Recording and Mixing and Mastering in the Box for Oxford University Press, and Bytes & Backbeats: Repurposing Music in the Digital Age for the University of Michigan Press.
Steve Savage is a visiting scholar of the Fulbright foundation.
Mr. Savage will be introduced by Dimitris Maronidis, PhD