Friday, March 9th from 4:00PM – 5:30PM
194 Mercer Street, Dennis Riese Family Recording Studio 510
Sound and music influence, enrich and are an integral part of most aspects of our daily life. They are almost always part of a visual experience. During this workshop, we will take a short video and add to it sonic elements from musical instruments, voices, various natural or industrial sources. These sounds will then be manipulated to create different “soundtracks” conveying various moods to the visual depending on their arrangements and juxtaposition to it. We will also make sure during the entire process that we are getting proper audio levels. Students will be encouraged to participate and express their creativity.
Patrick composes, produces, performs, records and mixes a wide range of innovative and cross-cultural styles of music. He has worked with many artists, including Erikah Badu, Jeff Buckley, De La Soul, Barry Manilow, and Charles Mingus Band to name a few, and his music has been featured in films, TV (Discovery and Travel Channels) and jingles (Burger King, McDonald’s). In addition to teaching and chairing multiple committees, Patrick also works as the FOH engineer if major US clubs, including Summerstage (Central Park, NYC).
The Clive Davis Institute is an innovative undergraduate leadership training program for aspiring creative music entrepreneurs, housed at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. Students who dream of becoming leading executives, recording artists, record producers and music journalists come to us to learn the art and business of creating and selling hit music.