If you are interested in joining the Evergreen Student Media Project committee this year, I encourage you to attend our weekly meetings! Each Friday this quarter, beginning tomorrow, we will have a meeting from 1-2pm in the 5.1 mix room (Lib. 1328) to discuss this year’s ESMP. Discussions will cover promotion/advertising, package design, song selection for the album, and plenty of other content regarding the project.
Hope to see you there!
Just finished up the summer Sound Design for Film course and the student work was spectacular! Here are a few pics!
Sebastian Lasbo has been experimenting on his own with synthesizers since he was 15, but Introduction to Electronic music was his first formal exposure to electronic music. He enjoys the infinite freedom that comes with electronic music composition and its universal accessibility. He’s a Northwest native that calls Lopez Island his home and a 2013 graduate.
This was my final project for Multitrack Composition. I wanted to create a blend of electronic and analog sounds within the context of dub and funk styles. I composed all elements of the song and recorded friends playing drums and singing, plus myself on bass and guitar. Two of my favorite microphones that I used were a Coles 4038 and a Cascade Fathead. I sequenced the instrumental parts with electronic elements and field recordings in Logic 9.
Let It Go
We’re happy to say this year’s album is currently being duplicated and we hope to release it the first week of June. Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the release. We will be sharing more artwork and maybe even leak a song or two!
We’re excited to say that we are thiiis close to sending off the album to be duplicated. Right now it’s all about referencing the masters on various monitoring systems, tweaking mixes, finalizing metadata, looking towards the album release show, and consulting with the photography intern on the final album art. Here’s a quick screen shot of the track layout!