Students in Belmont’s School of Music Celli Quartet collaborated with audio engineering technology students from the Curb College on a recording session at the end of the spring semester.
The session was one of the first immersive recordings in the University’s Ocean Way Studios.
Produced by Audio Engineering Lecturer Alan Shacklock, the session was directed by Belmont faculty Dr. Carmine Miranda, assistant professor of cello, and Kevin Boettger, audio engineering instructor, and engineered by Belmont alumna Katelyn Prieboy.
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Belmont School of Music, Curb College Students Collaborate on Immersive Recording Session
By Haley Charlton - May 13, 2022