Monthly Archives: March 2013

Aimee Lee, Brian Jacoby, Put Master Mix Studio to the Test

Testing IPR’s New Master Mix Studio with a Live Recording Earlier this quarter I approached Mitch Hare, a friend and member of IPR’s faculty and curriculum team, about a session I wanted to setup over the break between quarters. I’d worked closely with studio builder Dave Ahl during the architecture and construction of the new IPR recording studios but
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Music Legend Peter Asher at IPR's DIY360

Peter Asher’s name might not be in your mental database, but if you attended his interview with Kevin Bowe at DIY you can now add his name to your list of “Seminal People in Pop/Rock History That I Have Met.” If you missed his recent visit, you can still see a video here on IPR’s
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Media Career Fair

Event: Media Career Fair Time: Thursday March 7th, 2013-10:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M. Location: 1st Floor Commons Description: The Career Services team, composed of Sandra Robinson and Bre Lewis, put together a wonderful career fair for IPR students!  This is an excellent opportunity to find a part-time job or speak to actual employers of your dreams.  You
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Karaoke Killer

The Institute of Production and Recording (IPR)- Downtown Minneapolis Campus’ Bus iness Communication and Networking students, advised by Scott “Scooter” Nelson, hold a student organized event every quarter.  This quarter, one of the classes coordinated a karaoke event that happened in the 1st Floor Commons on February 28.  As a result of this event, a
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Pennies for Patients

The Institute of Production and Recording– Downtown Minneapolis Campus’ Global Citizenship students, headed by Aneesa Adams and Elise Roberts, held a two-day fundraiser as part of a friendly competition against Globe University’s-Downtown Minneapolis to see who could raise more money for cancer.  The IPR students, held their event in the 1st Floor Student Commons at
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