FEMME SOUND SERIES: PART 2
A FREE workshop with Jill Mack
Presented with partners Girls Rock Saskatoon, Girls Rock Regina, Paved Arts and the IMP Labs/University of Regina
You are welcome to attend part 2 even if you didn't attend part 1. Although this workshop is designed for a Femme Audience, all genders are welcome to attend.
Tuesday, January 15, 7-10pm
The IMP Labs at the U of R (Riddell Centre Room 049)* see below for details
Please register here
Wednesday, January 16, 7-10pm
Paved Arts, 424 20th Street West
Please register via email
Coffee and light nibbles will be provided.
In this second workshop we will dive into the specifics of an audio console, learning about analogue and digital mixers and taking an in-depth look of a channel strip. We will talk about pre-amps, phase, parametric EQs, Dynamic processing, buss sends, inputs vs. outputs, inserts, VCAs and effects. A basic intro to mixing, what these tools are and how they are used in your mix.
Jill Mack is a freelance sound tech living in Saskatoon. She tours with The Pack A.D, a garage-rock duo from Vancouver, as their FOH engineer and works at various venues around the city when not on the road. She has also recorded local musician, Ellen Froese’s first full length self-titled LP and plans to record their second album this winter.
When she is not at a show, or consumed in the nerd-files of audio, Jill indulges in some of her favourite hobbies such as sleeping, a little yoga and sad attempts at playing drums.
This workshop is FREE for youth and adults, children are welcome to accompany parents. You do not need to be a SaskMusic member to attend. Although this workshop is designed for a Femme Audience, all genders are welcome to attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
*For those who have not been to the IMP Labs before, they can be a bit tough to find and are located in the basement of the visual arts department in the Riddell Centre (room 049). Enter through the main Riddell Centre doors, turn left and walk straight (past the Owl, past Henderson's) until you see the Common Ground coffee shop. Take a right, and the doors to the basement are located to the right of the confectionery.
ROGERS HOMETOWN HOCKEY 2019: Saskatoon
Performance Opportunity Deadline: January 25/2019, 5pm
The Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour is proud to announce that Season 5 will roll into 25 communities across Canada this season with a weekend of free outdoor hockey festivities for all ages. Each tour stop is full of activities, prizes, giveaways and great live music from local bands all culminating in an outdoor viewing party of an NHL game broadcast live every Sunday on Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW. Ron MacLean and Tara Slone host live on site from the Sportsnet Mobile Studio. For more information on the tour stops, please follow Rogers Hometown Hockey on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
SaskMusic is accepting submissions from Saskatchewan bands (or solo artists accompanied by bands) interested in performing for The Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour at its Saskatoon stop, March 30-31, 2019. We’re looking for high-energy, family-friendly, original music in any genre. Performances will be on a heated stage and artists will be compensated for their performance. Final selections will be made by The Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour; up to 4 local artists will be booked. Preference will be given to bands from the local Saskatoon area. For more info, please contact SaskMusic at email or call toll-free in Sask, 1-800-347-0676.
Submit for this opportunity via this form.