Ohio University Lecturer Kyle P. Snyder recently presented at the at the 26th Audio Engineering Society UK Conference hosted in Glasgow, Scotland and at the Fourth Annual Central Indiana Audio Student Workshop hosted by the Central Indiana Section of the Audio Engineering Society on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, IN.
At the 26th Audio Engineering Society UK Conference, Snyder presented his paper, Case Study: Expanding Audio Production Facilities At Ohio University To Accommodate Student Needs which will also be presented at the 139th Audio Engineering Society Convention in New York and sat on a panel discussion regarding internships / work placements. The conference provided a forum for sharing ideas on teaching and pedagogy in the broad range of areas typically found in audio education. It brought together academics, industry professionals and students and featured an engaging and lively series of presentations and panel discussions.
At the Central Indiana Audio Student Workshop Snyder presented The Many Faces of Location Recording and The Intersection of Core Techniques which discussed how techniques used, for example, in gathering ambience or recording on a film set can be applied to other location scenarios like recording an orchestra, and how these shared skills can help to broaden your engineering tool chest. Snyder also moderated the panel Keys to Student Success Both in The Classroom and on The Job which examined how educators throughout the region can best-prepare students to enter the job market and also included information on what students in attendance should know as the begin their careers.
Further information on these and other engagements can be found at kpsnyder.com