Omega Studios’ 2013 Audio Year In Review

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The Omega Studios’ Engineers Share Their Favorite Audio Moments in the Studios, in Session and Musical Milestones from 2013

Staff engineers and faculty at Omega Recording Studios/The Omega Studios’ School were asked to reflect on the audio milestones of 2013, whether from their own experiences or from the music scene at large. Since our engineering school has a focus on music and is known for being a music production school, we thought we’d share the music and sessions we’re passionate about.  Basically, the question was, “What will you remember from the 2013 music scene?”  Oddly, nobody mentioned the whole ‘twerking’ phenomenon.  Here’s what they did say:

Robert Scott Adams (Director of Job Placement)

Favorite records from 2013:

Rick Arenz (Chief Technician)

Favorite record from 2013:

Alfonso Bravo (Director of Financial Aid)

Favorite records from 2013:

Jim Curtis (Chief Engineer)

Favorite session from 2013:

  • Arturo Sandoval, Recording for the Soundtrack to “The Lone Ranger,” Composer Hans Zimmer

You can read about that audio engineering session here!

 

Mark Dulski (School Registrar)

Favorite record from 2013:

Cephas Jackson (Engineer)

Favorite technological development:

Neal Keller (Engineer)

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Favorite sessions from 2013:

Favorite show:

Aaron Levine (Intern)

Favorite record from 2013:

  • “Bach: Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1” by Chris Thile

Peter Novak (Engineer)

Favorite record from 2013:

Nick Martin (Engineer)

Favorite record from 2013:

Scotty O’Toole (Engineer)

Favorite music industry related film from 2013:

Adam Stamper (Engineer)

Favorite session from 2013:

Favorite record from 2013:

Favorite show:

Thanks to all the Omega Engineers — the audio engineers and teachers at the audio production school — for sharing their favorite musical and engineering sessions of 2013. Can’t wait to see what 2014 holds!

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