EventsBasics of Sound and Terminology

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Basics of Sound and Terminology

Central Library

Description

Amplitude, gain, frequency, period. Huh?

Join musician Syrhea Conaway for an informative and entertaining presentation on the basics of how sound works and the most frequently used terminology found in all audio-production software. Recommended for adults and teens. Advanced registration is appreciated but not required. Audience capacity is 50.

Syrhea Conaway is a multi-instrumentalist and music instructor who lives and works in St. Louis. Writing, arranging, and performing music since age 10, Conaway has earned medals in District and State competitions, and she performed at Carnegie Hall with the National Youth Chorus at age 18. She has since performed for TEDx Gateway Arch, given musical speeches for the Arts and Education Council, been a panelist on "Women in Music," moderated a conversation as a part of USDAC and the Regional Arts Commission's CultureSHIFT 2016, and opened for many national artists such as, Asobi Seksu, Future Islands, and Paul Rucker. Conaway also collaborated with world-renown ensemble Alarm Will Sound for a performance at the Sheldon Concert Hall in 2015, and she participated as a member of New Music Circles' St. Louis Ensemble collaboration led by LA electronic musician John Weise in the fall of 2017. She recently produced live sound design for the Peabody Award Winning Podcast "To the Best of Our Knowledge" that aired on 220 NPR stations in June of 2017. She has presented workshops at local schools and the Center of Creative Arts (COCA), as well as with libraries and community centers.

Creative Experience is a digital makerspace at St. Louis Public Library.

Suitable for:
Teens
Adults
Type:
Classes, Lectures, and Workshops
Creative Experience
Language:
English

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