Transitioning the use of Virtual Analog Studio software into classrooms can be a challenge. It may seem simple but, we’ve seen common points of confusion for educators when adopting new technologies. We set out to overcome these obstacles and we’re brining on a new Education Officer, Anthony Schultz, to create relatable content for students & educators in our community.
Anthony is a music producer, educator and studio owner for over 20 years. He given courses at the New England Institute of The Arts and Berklee College of Music. He is a dedicated member of the Audio Engineering Society serving as the VP of the Eastern Region of the US/Canada and Chair of Regions & Sections, overseeing all AES Sections Worldwide. During his time, AES sections have grown worldwide. We jumped on the opportunity to work with Anthony on our educational offerings.
Now available upon request are a set of modular lesson-plans that could be used to create classes, courses & workshops featuring advanced concepts that could could only be accessed in real world class studio setups . Each lesson covers a portion of topics, reading materials, milestone markers and content that could be demonstrated and practiced at home, in the class or lab. There is NO REQUIREMENT to have a studio in order to understand the software.
“I am proud to work with Audio Fusion as a new Education Officer. I hope my contributions of blogs and video tutorials will bring an understanding and greater appreciation for the art and science of audio recording.”
Read about Anthony’s take on the state of audio education today. Click here.