Do You Hear What I Hear? Maximizing the Artistic Quality and Educational Value of Recording Your Ensemble
- A quality recording of your ensemble can be a great learning experience. By focusing on the process and not just the end product, your students will open their ears and minds, and make valuable progress as musicians and as an ensemble. Join producer Sam Pilafian, engineer Scott Burgess, and conductor Eric Rombach-Kendall to see what it takes to make the most of the recording experience.
- Scott Burgess (email@example.com)
- 12/18/2015 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
- Recording engineer Scott Burgess joined the Recording Arts program at the University of Colorado Denver in 2013. The following year, he was also appointed Head Audio Engineer at the Aspen Music Festival and School. He came to Colorado from Central Michigan University. Scott graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music with a degree in bassoon performance and audio recording. His engineering career began at Commercial Recording Studios of Cleveland, where he worked with clients such as Sherwin-Williams, Cedar Point, and BP. He then became Technical Assistant for Telarc International, working with their production staff on over 80 recordings. As a producer, engineer, editor, bassoonist, and singer, Scott has collaborated with artists such as Andre Watts, Robert Shaw, Gunther Schuller, Danny Elfman, Dave Brubeck, and Stephane Grappelli. He has performed with or recorded the orchestras of Atlanta, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Evansville, Louisville, Memphis, and the Sphinx Virtuosi.