Big June from B’klyn here, and my intention is to bring all my little Blacren buddies down to Omega Studio’s with me for an inside look at what is most certainly a Maniacal night of Music Creator heaven. In my studies as an Artist, I realized that although anybody with protools and a laptop can make music, good music always has a good audio engineer behind it; and good engineers buy good equipment. This is where Prodigy Engineering comes in.
Chae Ham was one of those kids who by age six was trying to re-route energy from his solar-powered calculator to light his light bulb, now he’s the chief Engineer at Prodigy Engineering; a company that manufactures and designs custom high-end audio engineering equipment. Prodigy Engineering is giving a screening of some of their new custom gear on February 29th 2012 at one of the largest most renown studios in the US, The Omega Recording Studio out in DC.
The Omega Recording studio has a Client List which is so long that I had to edit it out of the article to save word space, but considering that they have been in business for 30 years, I’m not surprised. Seriously, one of the best studios and learning centers for audio engineering in the country. It’s no secret that I know an instructor there, Cephas “Cee” Jackson also of DreamCatchers Sound.
It is also no secret that I now have the inside scoop on this usually exclusive even, so I will be there on behalf of Blacren.com looking for celebs and interviewing industry taste makers. I made Cee Promise to give me the tour of Omega and introduce me to the game changers of music when it comes to Sound and sound quality, like Prodigy’s Chae Ham. Cee gave me a few “+1’s” so I posted a flyer for the event above. If you want to test drive some gear that sounds great and has neat lights and knobs, or if you are top Notch engineer that wants to showcase your skills or score an interview with blacren, meet me there.
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