Costa Rica News & Events – Experts in the entertainment sector, along with scholars from around the globe, are meeting today at the Veritas University in Zapote, Costa Rica. The Audio and Acoustic Festival of Costa Rica is what drew them here. It’s an event produced by the university and Felipe Costa Loáciga.
For three days, the group will engage in workshops and talks. The admission for the complete event is $120, though tickets are also sold for individual lectures or workshops. Visit www.festivalsonoro.com to purchase a ticket.
Loáciga explained that it was his goal to bring the most advanced people in the area of sound engineering together with those just starting out. One of the most anticipated lectures is by Bobby Owsinski, a producer and sound engineer. His resume includes The Who, Ramones, Jimi Hendrix, CNN, ABC and Forbes. He will have a presentation on the last day of the event. It will feature his ideas on pre-production, promotion and tricks for mixing in personal touch.
Other topics that lecturers will discuss include performance techniques through computer networks and creating and controlling multimedia systems. The speakers have worked on such projects as Shrek, Star Trek, Automaton Records and in engineering research.
Their collective resume is impressive and means that they really know their stuff. This event is a must for anyone even considering getting into this field.