AES Presents Waves Plugins

AES Presents Waves Plugins

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CRAS has one of the most active student body AES chapters of any engineering school around! From mic builds, to web design seminars, to special events like this week’s Waves Plugins presentation. Featuring Luke Smith, a product specialist at Waves, we learned about new equipment and plug-ins that Waves has currently available, and gave us a little peak at some of the technology that is coming in the near future.

SSL Live Training Course at CRAS

This weekend, we are elated to have Solid State Logic (SSL) on campus for a SSL Live Training Course at CRAS.  Both days will be taught by Fernando Guzman, a SSL Product Specialist.

Fernando Guzman

Took a chance and ended up with a #1 hit single under his belt!

We are proud to announce an update to this post! Graduate success is always great to write about. It’s exciting to hear first hand of a student’s success! This is why I am so excited to write this post about our graduate, Kevin Anyaeji.

CRAS at Christmas Break

Ever wonder what happens at CRAS during the Christmas break?

CRAS Campus during our Christmas Break

CRAS Campus during our Christmas Break

How Big Is Game Audio Anyway?

Sound for video games is an often overlooked aspect of the audio engineering world. With the first video games, there wasn’t a whole lot of sound involved. Maybe a beep here, a squeak there to support what was happening on the screen, but it wasn’t a whole lot more than a last minute add-on. Eventually games started incorporating more audio, and I would bet that almost any gamer can recall the 8 bit Super Mario Bros theme song by heart.