Belmar Community Makerspace: Basics of Computer Recording

Accomplished audio engineer, producer and musician Paul Ritchie will lead “Basics of Computer Recording,” offering an introduction to computer recording software and hardware, whether participants are looking to record music or make beats, create a podcast or produce a demo. Topics to be explored include connecting audio gear, operating audio software and editing/exporting the finished product.

Open to Belmar residents and nonresidents who are age 12 and older.

No experience is necessary and there are no prerequisites. Drop-ins are welcome at any or all sessions.

Click here to register for the free program.

Contact Information
  1. lpulido@belmar.com
Tue, June 25
6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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Accomplished audio engineer, producer and musician Paul Ritchie will lead “Basics of Computer Recording,” offering an introduction to computer recording software and hardware, whether participants are looking to record music or make beats, create a podcast or produce a demo. Topics to be explored include connecting audio gear, operating audio software and editing/exporting the ...

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Belmar Community Center/Library Annex

503 Seventh Avenue
FREE, NJ 07719

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