0 ESMP Fall 2017 Update

Hey Greeners, We are excited to work with you all this year to make this year’s ESMP (Evergreen Student Media Project)!

Demos will be accepted until Week 8 of Fall Quarter. In winter, the Multitrack Composition class will work with those whose submissions have been selected. They will record everything with you and help produce your music in our incredible recording studio. Come Spring, we will have created a well produced full album compilation of all the selected submissions. IF A TRACK YOU HAVE SUBMITTED IS ACCEPTED, THAT IS THE TRACK THAT YOU WILL BE RECORDING IN THE WINTER QUARTER.  YOU MUST BE ENROLLED AS A STUDENT AT THE EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE TO BE CONSIDERED.

You can submit your demos at the Submit! tab on this blog; we accept .wav or .mp3 files. If you have any troubles with submitting a .wav or .mp3 file(s), you can leave us a link to your track in the “message” section on the Submit page. If you need help or have additional question, feel free to message us on our Facebook.

We will also be looking to add new content this year. Although the centerpiece will be the music compilation, if you make film, animation, music videos, music visualizers, photography, 3D printable files, or any other media/art content, we are pursuing new ways to host your content in our archive, so if you have ideas speak up!  We will be asking for additional media submissions in the Winter quarter. If you want to connect with us about what content you want to include, please come to our meetings from 4:30-5:15pm on Thursdays in the 5.1 room (Lib 1328) at the bottom of the library past the Electronic Media front desk. At the meeting, we will be able to catch you up on the project, answer any questions and listen to your input on how to make this the best ESMP that we can.

0 A few articles on microphone placement! Enjoy!

Well, in case you want to geek out on a few articles regarding microphone placement….here’s a few doozy’s!  Oh and remember, they may tell you how to do it in the book but if it sounds terrible the book is wrong!

http://pullpud.tripod.com/microphones.html

http://www.brightandloud.com/microphone-placement

http://www.mindspring.com/~cityzoo/mjohnson/papers/recording/index.html

http://www.earthworksaudio.com/our-microphones/pianomic-series-2/pianomic-system-positioning-mic-placement/

http://www.wikirecording.org/Shure%27s_Microphone_Techniques_for_Studio_Recording_Section_One:_Acoustic_String_and_Fretted_Instruments