Audio

Selections from Roger Quilter

Take, O take those lips away
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
O Mistress Mine
-William Shakespeare
Settings by Roger Quilter (low voice)

The audio was recorded in Frost Chapel at Berry College for part of my Junior Recital (Spring 2009). Pianist Ruth Baker (vocal instructor).


Graduation

Again, terrible video quality. A little bit different than sharing projects I’ve worked on, this is a performance of mine, instead. This was taken from the 20009 Berry College Commencement on December 12, 2009. Song is Lord God of Abraham from Mendelssohn’s Elijah.


I’d Rather Have Jesus

This was my first time in the audio booth. It was the 11:15 service, so I had free reign of the board (we don’t typically record the 11:15). As for the audio flub at the beginning (not having the solo mic live): I wasn’t sure if it started with the soloist or the choir. I know now that I can have the mic live even if I am unsure. recorded using AKG 414 condenser mics (1 solo, 4 for the choir, one above each section panned correctly) on a Soundcraft Ghost 32 channel board. Pay no mind to the terrible quality video, the audio should be best at 480p.


104.7 The Fish promos


(Sorry for the terrible video…. though, cheers for iMovie! Change it to a higher quality video for better audio playback)

When I was at my internship at the Fish, it was part of the Senior Project program at Wheeler. We had to create a product, mine was a ready-for-on-air promo.

The interviews were recorded live from the Dove Awards, unfortunately, on a cassette tape. I did what I could with the audio.

I used Adobe Audition to put the promo together with the intro, outro, bed and edited interview.


Graduation

Again, terrible video quality. A little bit different than sharing projects I’ve worked on, this is a performance of mine, instead. This was taken from the 20009 Berry College Commencement on December 12, 2009. Song is Lord God of Abraham from Mendelssohn’s Elijah.


I’d Rather Have Jesus

This was my first time in the audio booth. It was the 11:15 service, so I had free reign of the board (we don’t typically record the 11:15). As for the audio flub at the beginning (not having the solo mic live): I wasn’t sure if it started with the soloist or the choir. I know now that I can have the mic live even if I am unsure. recorded using AKG 414 condenser mics (1 solo, 4 for the choir, one above each section panned correctly) on a Soundcraft Ghost 32 channel board. Pay no mind to the terrible quality video, the audio should be best at 480p.


104.7 The Fish promos

(Sorry for the terrible video…. though, cheers for iMovie! Change it to a higher quality video for better audio playback)

When I was at my internship at the Fish, it was part of the Senior Project program at Wheeler. We had to create a product, mine was a ready-for-on-air promo.

The interviews were recorded live from the Dove Awards, unfortunately, on a cassette tape. I did what I could with the audio.

I used Adobe Audition to put the promo together with the intro, outro, bed and edited interview.