Can you tell which mic was used on a recording?
How to insult a sound engineer [with video]
A rare Telefunken ELA M 251 E - for sale on eBay ('only' $19,999.00)
The difference between minimum-phase and linear-phase EQ on transient signals such as snare drum
Audio demonstrations of distortion produced by compressor plug-ins
Are Mexican guitars lazy and feckless?
When is a click not a click? When should you fix a click, and when should you leave it alone?
A pair of idiots let loose in the studio - with VIDEO!
How to compress a snare drum that changes in level
Good miking turns a cheap fiddle into a Stradivarius
To answer this question myself, I have given thousands of lectures and practical classes since I started in audio training in 1986.
I now find however that I can reach more people through distance learning, and of course through the Internet I can work with students worldwide.
I intend to concentrate on distance learning for the foreseeable future. I find the results I get very satisfying - I can hear how students develop over the period of their course through listening to their practical assignment work.
But that isn't to say that I would never give a live lecture or practical session. Indeed, the photo is from a talk I gave to the British Sound Recording Association earlier this year.
If anyone has an interesting project in mind that would benefit from my involvement, I would be pleased to give it my consideration.
In the meantime though, it's distance learning for me. Time to get back to some course development work.
I love it!
Course Director, Audio Masterclass