Presenter Drew Daniels will host a one-day seminar ($95), entitled”Successful Live Sound In Small Venues: Getting the Audio MessageAcross,” at the UCLA extension for Entertainment Studies &Performing Arts on Saturday, January 26, 2002, from 9 a.m. to 5p.m.
The seminar will resemble a “how to” on projecting and conveying theartistic intentions of the performers onstage to their audience, giventhe acoustics and sound equipment at hand. The seminar will also relate”how not to” destroy the presentation with bad sound, make enemies ofthe performers, diminish venue reputation and damage audiencehearing.
Daniels has been a live sound operator, equipment designer andperformer for over 30 years, with experience dating back to the 1969Palm Springs Pop Festival, where he live mixed and recorded ProcolHarum, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Lee Michaels. Daniels hasalso held applications engineer positions at JBL, Tascam and Fender, aswell as principal electro-acoustics engineer for Walt DisneyImagineering.
For more information on the seminar and to sign up, call UCLA at310/825-9971 or 818/784-7006.