Monthly Archives: April 2011

Scholarships – Free Money – Check This Out!

Ryan and Jamie Smith Essay Contest Provided By: The Smith Companies Deadline: June 15, 2011 Type of Award: Essay Contest Amount: $5000 Awards Available: 1 Website: http://smithcompanies.com/Serve/Scholarship/ Description: The Ryan and Jamie Smith Essay Contest is available to students who are at least 18 years old and enrolled in an accredited educational institution. To enter,
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Have You Completed Your FAFSA?

The deadline for completing your FAFSA has passed. Have you completed it yet? If you receive any of your funds to pay for your tuition from federal financial aid, your FAFSA is a required piece of the Financial Aid puzzle. Remember, scheduling your classes for Early Fall 2011 begins next week and if you do
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Early Fall 2011 Registration Begins

It is time to Register for Early Fall 2011! Thursday, April 28 – Registration for students in fourth quarter or higher and Evening Only Students. Thursday, May 5 – Registration for everyone. Avoid $50 Late Fee. Register before May 25. PREPARING TO SCHEDULE: • Pick up an Early Fall 2011 Scheduling Booklet. They will be
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Blogging with the Experts: Kevin Bowe

As a service to all audio geeks in the blogosphere, the Institute of Production and Recording is in process of tapping into its expert advice via those who have “done it” and are still “doing it”. We have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to all things media. Whether it be Sound Design for
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MBMA Emerging Talent Auditions at IPR

Saturday April 17th – Black Music Awards Director Pete Rhodes delivered a very palatable, emerging talent audition. In fact, it seemed more a talent showcase than a competition. With plenty of room for error, the event consisted of sound checks and live performances, but these artists didn’t flinch. Their professionalism spoke volumes; there were times
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Recap of last weeks DIY 360 with George Nemzer.

Last Friday, we were joined by Hollywood sound designer, George Nemzer at Adam Levy’s DIY 360.  Nemzer is an accomplished sound designer who has worked on Star Trek, Seinfeld, Dumb and Dumber, and many more successful Hollywood films and television shows.  Reading from a filmography written by his oldest son, Nemzer was incredibly modest, considering
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Need a Writing Tutor?

Hello Fellow Students! My name is Nick Gaines, I am a third quarter business student and IPR’s writing tutor! My journalism background includes 2 years as editor-in-chief for my high school’s yearbook and live news show, and I published a few articles on interpersonal personification for North Dakota State University’s quarterly journal. If you have
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Coolio Takes The Stage for DIY 360

Friday, April 8th 2011 – The staging area was studio 8. Coolio, manager Jarez Posey, Derek Linzy, and DIY’s Adam Levy are all present – they’re in last minute preparation for the event. Coolio trades out his t-shirt to show support for IPR, spots the Pro Tools Icon rig and immediately begins to espouse his
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DYI 360 Features George Nemzer

For all of you DIY 360 junkies out there, this Friday, 4/22/2011  finds Adam with another amazing talent: George Nemzer. George is a well known Hollywood Sound Designer. Give kudos to Mr. Jeff Deslauriers for inviting George to IPR. George’s work includes Seinfeld, Dumb and Dumber, The X Files, and a ton more film and
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Kyle Bylin Hired by Billboard Magazine

Recently I had the pleasure of connecting with Kyle Bylin to learn what he’s been up to. I caught him in the car on his way to California; he just snagged a new position with Billboard Magazine. Special thanks to Paul Bolen for pointing out this link: Billboard Article about Kyle.

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