Graduate students in the Recording Arts and Technology program at Middle Tennessee State University will engineer a live webcast from the W.O. Smith Community Music School in Nashville Thursday evening, March 31, 2011.
The 7 p.m. music recital features two choruses, a wind ensemble and several solo instrumentalists. As the concert takes place in the W.O. Smith School’s auditorium at 1125 8th Avenue South, it will be broadcast online simultaneously thanks to the crew of MTSU students supervised by Associate Professor Michael Fleming (Department of Recording Industry).
According to Fleming, the project is a three-way collaboration between the W.O. Smith School, his graduate students in a course called Remote Production, and undergraduate volunteers coordinated by the Audio Engineering Society student chapter at MTSU.
“Audio students at MTSU have been eager to do a community service project using our unique capabilities to record music and provide entertainment and information through multimedia technology,” Fleming said. “The W.O. Smith School provides music lessons to children from low-income families, and we thought it would be great to help the school and its music students share their achievements with the widest possible audience in this recital.” A link to the audio and video webcast will be available at wosmith.org (to be verified).
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