Introduction to Audio Engineering Classes
Dr. Brian Nozny, professor at Troy University, will be providing hands on training on audio recording and technology. Students will explore the basic science of audio principles, examine tools that modern sound engineers use to capture audio, and spend time actually recording with instruments.
Brian Nozny (b. 1977) leads a diversified career as a percussionist, composer, and educator spanning a wide array of musical styles, including classical, jazz, world, and popular genres. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Virginia Tech, Master’s degrees in Composition and Performance from the University of Miami and the University of North Texas respectively, and his Doctoral degree in Percussion Performance from the University of Kentucky. Nozny currently serves on the music faculty at Troy University.
Saturday, September 8 11:00am - 1:00pm
Saturday, September 15, 11:00am - 1:00pm
*No refunds for missed or partially attended classes
*Withdrawal from class permitted up to one week prior to class start.
- Ages: 12 and up
- 2 years of music lessons or the equivalent proficiency on an instrument or in singing.
- Basic music theory knowledge is expected (e.g, notation, rhythm, chord progression recognition, etc.)
- Students can bring their own instrument (e.g., guitar, violin, etc) *not needed for first session
- For students who are keyboardists, a few keyboards will be provided when needed for the class.
- For those who own iPads, we encourage you to bring these with you. If iPads are needed during the class and you do not have one, let us know ahead of time so we can determine if any of the studio iPads are available during the class time.
- Class size is limited to 10 people.