Meeting via Zoom – Bookings required (see below)
The next online meeting of the AES Melbourne Section will be on Monday 14th September at 7:30pm.
It will start with the Section’s Annual General Meeting (which should be a short affair) and then at approx. 7:45pm Andy Stewart of The Mill studio will present on his experiences and opinions on a range of topics, including –
Recording in a Pandemic
Redefining the Iso Booth
(and other topics)
Andy will first give us an insight into virtual group musical collaboration, sharing with us the challenges of assembling a final product from a diverse group of performers with varying technical recording skills. He will then move into a more freestyle session, geared towards questions, answers and conversation about the Recording Industry – technologies and techniques.
Bring your curiosity and questions.
About Andy Stewart:
Andy Stewart has been involved in the Australian music industry for 30 years, beginning his long career as a drummer in several independent Melbourne based bands.
Quickly discovering a love for all things studio related, Andy immediately developed a desire for recording and mixing that has earned him the reputation as one of Australia’s most highly regarded producer/engineers.
Having worked with acts as diverse as Gotyé, Paul Kelly, The Whitlams, CW Stoneking and Brighter Later – along with countless others – Andy has an extensive back catalogue of independent and commercial albums to his name. Brilliant at drawing out the strengths of any artist he works with, Andy has a reputation for insightfulness, sensitivity and practicality.
He is also well known for his deep passion for music, and a seemingly unquenchable appetite for new, ground-breaking artists.
Widely regarded as a ‘golden ear’ of the industry, Andy is a talented mix engineer with a delicate touch, a fine ear for detail, and a reputation for inventiveness and imagination. He is also a formidable mastering engineer.
Andy is also well known, both in Australia and internationally, for his insightful articles on all things pro audio. For 10 years he was editor of AudioTechnology magazine, travelling extensively worldwide and earning the reputation as one of the world’s most passionate audio writers. For the last three years, he has contributed monthly to the Australian publication, CX Magazine.
For security reasons the meeting will be password-protected, and all attendees are required to book beforehand using the form below: