The OIART Blog

OIART Alumni - Chris Colvin

Chris Colvin ('03) is the owner and head engineer at Studio A Audio Recording & Production, located in Kitchener, Ontario. The studio works with independent musicians, on projects for film and TV (Haven, Babar, The Stratford Festival, The Sacred Land Film Project), on corporate projects (Toyota, Home Hardware, Petro Canada), and has found a niche in analog audio transfers and restoration.

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OIART Alumni - Damian Kearns

Last week, Freelance Post Audio Specialist Damian Kearns ('94) visited to speak with the students about entering the freelance post production market; how to get the job, what to do when you're in the job, how to market yourself in the modern world of social media and developing yourself as a brand.

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OIART Alumni - Kevin O'Leary

Almost daily this time of year, OIART is visited by guests who have found success in the industry. Recently grad Kevin O'Leary ('09) came by to talk about his rise through the ranks of the Toronto studio scene, recently becoming a freelance engineer after several years as the top assistant at Noble Street Studios.

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OIART Alumni - Jennifer Lewis

Jennifer Lewis ('85) recently visited the school to speak to our students on the art of Video Game Audio. She currently holds the position of Creative Director at Maple Syrup Sound in Vancouver, B.C. She previously worked as Director of Sound for Relic Games - on games such as Warhammer and Company of Heroes - and Audio Lead at EA Games where she miked up exotic sports cars for the Need for Speed series amongst many other projects.

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OIART Alumni - Mark Krupka

Mark Krupka ('86) is one of the top location audio engineers in the business, routinely tackling the most challenging recording environments that exist. His specialty is the fast and unpredictable world of reality television. A veteran of the CBS hit show Survivor, Mark has just returned from the latest installment in Cambodia. He keeps up with the pace of the Amazing Race Canada, follows the kitchen chaos on Top Chef Canada, and has captured the skates of Battle of the Blades in past seasons.

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OIART Alumni - Arthur Bastos

Arthur Bastos ('11) is a Composer/Engineer at BoomBox Sound. A jack of all trades, Arthur takes part in the full audio production of projects from start to finish - from Location Sound to Sound Design, Foley, Music Composition, Audio Restoration and Mixing.

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OIART Alumni - Paula Dineen

Paula Dineen ('06) is the Audio Technical Supervisor at Accessible Media Inc, a not-for-profit multimedia organization serving more than five million Canadians who are blind, partially sighted, deaf, hard of hearing, mobility or print restricted. Paula is another fine example of one of the variety of careers where OIART grads find success. 

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OIART Student Blog - Michelle

Finding the right person to perform voices for our animated projects is a fun task that I discovered helps us meet very interesting people and make lifelong connections. My search started with the goal of finding someone who had the right vocal tone and the ability to give a performance that would bring the characters on screen to life. I had no idea it would lead me to meeting one of the most interesting characters of my OIART journey.

I started by auditioning several talents and eventually came across a voice actor by the name of Jack Cherry who had a voice that immediately caught my attention; it was deep and full of personality. Without much hesitation, I asked Jack to come to OIART and record for the part of my project’s main character, Jack (the same first names was simply a fun coincidence)! 

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OIART Student Blog - Basil - recording a jazz band

 

The first big task of semester three: recording a jazz band. The concept was simple, but its execution required thoughtful planning, strong teamwork, and attention to detail. Specifically, our job was to run a professional studio session and capture the band’s sound waves to the best of our ability, all under the watchful (and wise…) eyes of our Recording Technology instructor, Mark McDonald. Crews of 3-4 students were each assigned a different band to work with, many coming down from Toronto’s Humber College.

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OIART Student Blog - Michelle

For those of us who chose to pursue an Audio for Pictures project for our final third semester project, our challenge is to reimagine the sound for an animation that was previously created from the ground up including Foley, sound effects, ambience and music. Every sound has to be accounted for, from the objects our main characters are interacting with, to the movements of the environment. 

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OIART Alumni - Jeff Pelletier

Jeff Pelletier ('04) is the Chief Engineer at Phase One Recording, one of Toronto's oldest and most respected recording facilities, where he has worked for 10 years. On their site, Phase One says: "Jeff continuously impresses clients and is quickly solidifying his reputation as one of the great up and coming engineers in Toronto."

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OIART Alumni - Craig Kadoke

Craig Kadoke ('91) is an audio tech at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, home of the Canadian Opera Company. Opened in 2006, the hall features impeccable acoustics and has been acclaimed as one of the world's best theatre spaces. In addition to his work with the COC, Craig has worked for many years in Toronto as a technician and audio mixer in musical theatre on major shows such as Rock of Ages, The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Dirty Dancing, Mamma Mia and dozens more.

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OIART Alumni - Keeron Tom

Keeron Tom ('01, left) is the Head Audio Engineer for Stingray Music. We visited Keeron at Canadian Music Week where he was recording interviews and Live Sessions at the Stingray PausePlay Lounge. Here, he is preparing to record Francesco Yates. He has also recently recorded interviews and live performances with artists such as Lights, Hey! Rosetta and the Arkells. In the past, Keeron worked as a sound designer with Cirque Du Soleil.

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OIART Alumni - Luke Schindler

Luke Schindler ('13) is an assistant engineer at Revolution Recording in Toronto, one of the top facilities of its kind in North America. In the short time since he graduated OIART, Luke has worked his way from Intern and Runner to one of the studio's most trusted assistants. Luke has assisted on sessions with artists including Monster Truck, Flash Lightnin', the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Jann Arden, The Tea Party, Whitehorse, and Matthew Barber.

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OIART Alumni - Dane Liska

Dane Liska ('08) is Label Manager for The Independent Label Services Group and is a great example of how graduates can adapt to a fast changing industry. After OIART Dane quickly became a Junior Engineer at Cherry Beach Sound in Toronto working with artists such as Jordan Knight, K'naan, Rihanna and Drake. He eventually went freelance to try tour managing as well, finding success with Stereos, Blake McGrath and Craig Smart. He also worked shows across Canada, the US and Germany with artists like DVBBS, Flo Rida, LMFAO, Down With Webster, Jully Black, Future the Prince, Hedley and more. Dane ran everything from front of house sound to monitors and was even sub-in DJ on stage "...while being an all around babysitter/taxi!"

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OIART Alumni - Bryan Gallant

Bryan Gallant ('00) is the Operations Manager of The Warehouse Studios in Vancouver. Owned by superstar Bryan Adams, the facility is one of the premier recording facilities in the world, featuring one of the three Neve consoles specially built by Rupert Neve for George Martin's AIR studios. 

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OIART Alumni - Jesse Ash

Jesse Ash ('02) is a freelance Sound Designer and Composer working primarily in Theatre and Installations across Canada and internationally. With close to 75 designs under his belt since moving headlong into the role in 2006, he spent 7 seasons with the Stratford Festival of Canada and has been teaching Sound Design at the National Theatre School of Canada since 2009.

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OIART Alumni - Matt MacNeil

If you've been following the NHL playoffs so far, or if you watched the NHL Draft Lottery Saturday night, which most likely sent, projected #1 pick Connor McDavid to the Edmonton Oilers, grad Matt MacNeil ('11) was on the job as an A2 at the new multi-million dollar Rogers Sportsnet NHL studio where it all happened.

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OIART Alumni - Adrian Gonzalez

Adrian Gonzalez ('05, centre) is a touring live mix engineer, currently in rehearsals with Walk Off The Earth for their upcoming tour. Adrian has toured with and mixed a wide range of artists including Everlast, Alex Cuba, Kat Dahlia, Serena Ryder and Nick Merico, "a huge star from Nickelodeon in the USA."

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OIART Alumni - Simon Larochette

Simon Larochette ('08) is a recording engineer, multi-instrumentalist and owner of The Sugar Shack in London ON, working in genres ranging from country all the way to punk and metal. Simon landed his first Juno nomination this year for the critically acclaimed debut album of the band Single Mothers, "Negative Qualities," which he recorded entirely at the Sugar Shack.

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OIART Alumni - David Ciccarelli

David Ciccarelli ('00, wearing Google Glass) co-founded Voices.com in 2004 and is truly one of OIART's great business success stories. Starting with a small recording studio in downtown London, he and wife Stephanie were quick to recognize the potential of the internet for creative collaboration. Together they founded Voices.com as a way to virtually connect voice talent with clients outside the boundaries of a studio facility. They have since become the leading online marketplace for voice over talent worldwide, a crown jewel of London's tech sector, and one of North America's fastest growing Internet brands and digital media companies. 

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OIART Alumni - Stacey Dodds

Stacey Dodds ('96, right) is Chief Engineer, Broadcast Sound Services for Technicolor's Audio Post division in Burbank CA. They work on numerous popular TV series such as Family Guy, Castle, The Vampire Diaries, American Horror Story, The Cleveland Show and Hawaii Five-O, plus major hits of the past decade including Glee, Desperate Housewives, and Dexter. In 2015, Technicolor won the Oscar for Best Sound Mixing for the film "Whiplash" with Ben Wilkins (on left in the photo) and Craig Mann.

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OIART Alumni - Jason Dufour

Jason Dufour ('07) is a Toronto based engineer and mixer. After graduation, Jay assisted at Phase One and later Revolution Recording, two of Canada's top recording facilities, assisting on projects by The Barenaked Ladies, The Trews, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Three Days Grace and legendary Canadian supergroup Rush amongst many others. Working his way up to Engineer, Jay's credits include "Forcefield" by Tokyo Police Club, "Siberia Acoustic" by Lights, "The Ocean at the End" by The Tea Party and Juno winner "Volition" by Protest the Hero.

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OIART Alumni - David Lopez Lopez

David Lopez Lopez ('01, left) is a Colombian Sound Engineer songwriter and producer based in Miami FL known as Lopez Lopez. After graduating OIART, David began his internship at "DigiNote," a Miami Beach recording studio where he worked for a year until he met Rudy Perez, one of the top music producers in the world. David became part of his team and started crafting his own skills as a producer/songwriter while working on multiple Latin Grammy nominated projects.
 

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OIART Alumni – 2013 Juno Winners

Congratulations to all of the 2013 Juno winners and nominees! We proudly posted about the nominees that involve OIART Alumni, and you can read that here. The awards were given over the weekend of April 20-21, and we’re happy to announce the following winners that involved OIART alumni: ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR Rush – … Continue reading →

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OIART Alumni – 2013 Juno Nominations

The 2013 Juno nominations were released this week and we spotted a number of nominations for projects that OIART Alumni had a hand in making. Below is a list of those nominations, with reference to our Alumni involvement. Congratulations to all nominees! ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR Billy Talent – Dead Silence, assistant Kevin O’Leary(’09) 

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OIART Student Post – Sinan – Foley Recording

Doing Foley for a animated commercial can be a very creative process –  even when recording things like footsteps. (What is Foley?) In the ad we worked on, people in posters come alive and walk around. I had the idea of recording steps in piles of crumpled paper, to make it sound like it is

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UPDATE: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? CLASS OF 2011-12, GRADUATE UPDATES.

*Updated December 19, 2012 – see end of list for newest additions!

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OIART Student Blog – Gerald – Week 12 (’12-’13)

In LIMBO…. This was definitely one of our more accomplished weeks so far. Week 12 meant the conclusion of our 5 week Sound Design Project of a trailer for the video game ‘LIMBO’. The one minute and seven second trailer had us cutting our teeth matching sound effects, creating ambiance, working with music tracks, and 

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OIART Student Blog – Gerald – Week 11 (’12-’13)

On location in London… The most interesting thing that happened this week was our foray into location audio; the “ninjas of the audio world”. For those not in the know, location audio is the recording of audio for television or film on set or, on location. And like any good ninja, location audio engineers or … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gerald – Week 10 (’12-’13)

Week 10 seemed to be the start of the countdown to our semester one finals. Even Lab content became subtlety intense. Compression, equalization, Limbo, and a Dice game were all elements of labs. But, that doesn’t mean we didn’t have fun! Or maybe I am reading way too much into the Lab content sheet.   … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gerald – Week 9 (’12-’13)

Good evening, morning, or whatever time it is where you are. My name is a Gerald, and I will be writing this weekly blog to inform, and possibly amaze, those interested in learning about OIART’s labs and student life. Labs are essentially deeply involved learning sessions which teach additional material, application, and test one’s understanding … Continue reading

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Industry Spotlight on Mike Tompkins

We recently interviewed OIART graduate and YouTube artist Mike Tompkins. Mike talks to us about his YouTube success, working with Timbaland, moving to LA, working on original material, his experience at OIART & post-grad, and he gives some advice to people who are hoping to pursue a career in audio.

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An Update from Gabriel – Former Student Blogger

Gabriel is a graduate of the 2011-12 class…you may remember reading his Student Blogs from last year – detailing his experience at OIART. After graduation in July, Gabriel was hired as a Junior Sound Designer at Digital Extremes – a video game production company that is currently working on the official Star Trek game.  Gabriel … Continue reading →

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Andrew Charron (’11)

Graduate Andrew Charron (’11) is working as an Audio Technician for Carnival Cruise Lines. Starting on the Carnival Glory as a Back Lounge Tech, Andrew ran sound for live band karaoke and comedy shows. After that, he was transferred to the Carnival Sensation to take over as the Main Lounge Audio Technician. There, Andrew is … Continue reading →

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Sean Campbell in Studio 2

Check out this video recorded on the Studio 2 floor by OIART Grad and current OIART Audio Intern, Sean pH Campbell! Sean was awarded an OIART Music Production award for another track that you can hear here: Student Gallery – Sean Campbell

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Semester 3

More photos of what we`ve been doing at OIART: Here’s a picture of Collin’s vocal talent (Jon LeGris) signing through a tasty Neumann TLM149 for Collin’s third semester final project. We also recently had the opportunity to do some field recording around London.  Here we are in a forest recording ambiance, and the sound of … Continue reading →

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Grad Update – Dan Dubois (’09) – Lacquer Channel Mastering

Dan Dubois (’09) at the Lacquer Channel in Toronto where he works as a Junior Mastering Engineer. Dan is in good company at Lacquer Channel, which is also home to mastering legends George Graves, Noah Mintz, and Phil Demetro. Dan also produces electronic music under the name Schematic. Continued success Dan!

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Grad Update – Matt Green (’03)

Catch a glimpse of OIART Grad Matt Green (’03) in this “In the Studio” Webisode from No Doubt. You can spot him at the console at 2:00min and again right at the end. New No Doubt album coming out this fall! Earlier this year, we spotted this posting on PerezHilton.com – showing Matt with Gwen Stefani … Continue reading →

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Mike Cashin ’00 – Crew Studios, Vancouver

Mike Cashin (’00) is the Head Engineer and Studio Manager at the recently opened Crew Studios in Vancouver. Mike graduated with honors and landed the position of second engineer at Vancouverʼs Warehouse Studio, where he worked for nearly a decade. Mike has worked with artists in every corner of the business, from Mötley Crüe to … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Semester 3

Here are a few recent photos of what we`ve been doing at OIART: Members of Group B (L-R: Shawn, Sam, Derek & Ben) recording a cover for Production class. Our illustrious Prod leader, Dean (right), listens along as Humberto plays the drums.  There’s Justin in the back adding to the positive vibes. Here are my … Continue reading →

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Revolution Recording Studio Featured In Mix Magazine

Congratulations to our friends at Revolution Recording in Toronto for their June 2012 feature in Mix Magazine’s “Studio Design Class of 2012: The Year’s Finest Facilities” edition. Revolution Recording’s Studio A was featured on the cover of the magazine, referenced as the leader of the Class of 2012. “Studio A of Revolution Recording Studios in … Continue reading →

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John Diemer ’10 – Audio for TV/Film

OIART Graduate John Diemer (’10) has been keeping himself very busy out on the west coast. After graduating, and then spending a year on staff at OIART as an Audio Intern, John moved to Vancouver and began work on various tv/film projects there (and across the country). We asked John to fill us in on … Continue reading →

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Danielle McBride ’96 – Supervising Sound Editor for The L.A. Complex, Degrassi

Danielle McBride started her career in Audio Post Production  after graduating from OIART in 1996 –  and she has remained busy ever since. She is now the Supervising Sound Editor for the new hit series The L.A. Complex, as well as long standing favourite Degrassi (Danielle just celebrated her 10th year with Degrassi!). Considering all … Continue reading →

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Grad Update – The Tragically Hip at Noble Street Studios

OIART Grads (from far left) Alastair Sims (’10), Alex Krotz (’11), and Kevin O’Leary (’09) photographed at the end of their most recent session at Noble Street Studios in Toronto – with venerable Canadian institution The Tragically Hip, producer Gavin Brown and engineer Lenny DeRose. Check out this video of Day 1 in the studio:

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel

Hi Everyone! I know I haven’t posted a blog in a while, things have gotten pretty busy here at OIART – lots of fun and learning! I am going to start focusing more on the photos I take during labs, and I’ll do my best to share as much as possible with you! Matt playing … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 23 & 24

Here is a recap of Week 23 & 24! Dean and Zack are practicing their re-amping skills.  That involves taking previously recorded material (from a guitar or any other instrument, really) and re-recording that signal through an amp.  As our Recording Technology instructor, Mark, asks: where does your mind take you?  Want to put a … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 21

Week 21!   What the heck is that a picture of, you ask?  That’s tupperware – OIART styles.  Our live sound instructor, Christoph, showed us that you can make a mic splitter out of a bit of spare tupperware.  Fantastic.  He also expressed his fondness for Tupperware Parties because of the fact that (i) there’s … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 20

Some of the highlights from Week 20!   Here is Scott, one of the interns, during “special time” with the Night Owls.  In this session, he did a great job of advancing our knowledge on console automation.  Have no idea what I’m talking about?  Come to the school and learn it up, then!  Check out … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 19

Well, we are back from our (well deserved) Holiday Break.  It was good while it lasted, but I’m sure that all of us are raring to go and get back into the wonderful world of audio at OIART! This semester is going to be a doozy!  We started several multi-week long projects in many different … Continue reading →

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Custom Fit Hearing Protection for OIART Students

Hearing protection awareness is something that we take seriously here at OIART….and to show exactly how serious we are about it, we asked OIART Grad Keith Gordon to come in and fit each of our students with a set of custom in-ear earplugs. Over the course of two days Keith met with all  students and … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 10

Week 10! Here we are trying our hand at group mixing using Studio 3’s Westar console (and Pro Tools).  It can get a bit hectic with four pairs of hands twiddling knobs, but it’s also fun.  Or you could just take turns.  It’s great practice, however, to react to someone else’s EQ move.  It’s like … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 9

Wow.  Week 9 already.  It seems like just yesterday that we were introduced to ribbon mic basics and basilar membrane.  How far we’ve come!  Among other things, this week we set up for a “talking head” (i.e. podium) gig, did some patch bay soldering, recorded a song and listened to classic tracks from rock, to … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Brian – “Mark Loves You”

“Mark Loves You” Wake up dear readers, it’s time for class at OIART.  As late breakfasts are hastily finished and seats are taken, it’s clear the students are in rare form.  Pencils, paper, laptops, and jovial attitudes are at the ready as our instructor clears his throat to begin the lesson.  What might that lesson … Continue reading →

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Alastair Sims ’10, Kevin O’Leary ’09 – Rush’s Time Machine

OIART graduates Alastair Sims (’10) and Kevin O’Leary (’09) had the pleasure of working with Richard Chycki on the audio for the new live performance DVD from Rush. ‘TIME MACHINE 2011: Live In Cleveland’ is an evening with Rush performing their classic hits and features the legendary ‘Moving Pictures’ album, performed live in its entirety. … Continue reading →

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Tim Wallace ’07 – Timbuktu

Check out Grad Tim Wallace (06/07) – Timbuktu – on Muchmusic in his new video!

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 8

After Week 7’s exams, Week 8 saw us starting some of our projects for APIX (Audio for Pictures) and SDES (Sound Design)!  We also got some hands on time with analog recording, MIDI cable soldering, Mid-Side mic technique  and other fun stuff.  So, without delay lets do a recap of this week’s labs.   You … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 6

We just made it through our first batch of midterms at OIART!  Congratulations to all.  They were mucho intense, but very rewarding.  It’s amazing to realize just how much we have learned in the past 7 weeks.  Crazy.  We all keep saying, “Imagine how much we’ll know by the (fast approaching) Holidays!”  Can’t wait.  I … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Brian – Looking Back On Day One

The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship Day one.  Orientation.  We’re all hunkered down in our random seats peering out at all our fellow classmates.   Some students have already met due to their housing arrangements, but for the majority this is our first time meeting anyone else from the program.  There are students young and old, … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Brian – An American Audio Nerd in London

An American Audio Nerd in London Canada.  The great white north; the bi-lingual beauty; the gem of North America.   Home to the CN Tower, Wayne Gretzky, and the better looking half of Niagara Falls.  Canada is also the home of the Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology.  OIART is renowned for its extensive, hands-on curriculum, … Continue reading →

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OIART Grad – Mike Tompkins

You’re probably already familiar with Mike Tompkins and his Voice/Mouth covers of everyone’s favourite pop songs. Mike recently announced that he is working on an album of original songs:     While we wait for more news on his upcoming album, check out his latest video for his version of All Night Long by Demi … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 5

Week five at OIART was, as we have all now come to expect, a blast.  It looks like everyone (including me) has recovered from the cold that swept through our ranks.  Honestly though, too much goes on to really notice petty stuff like that… Here are some highlights from week 5! See below the image … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel – Week 4

Believing (rather naively) that things couldn’t get any better, week 4 at OIART brought us face to face with an amazing batch of gorgeous condenser mics and the opportunity to mic up amplifiers.  Some groups even had the pleasure of firing up the organ in Studio 2 through a Leslie cab.  Hats off to Will … Continue reading →

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Where are they now? Class of 2010-11, graduate updates.

OIART grads waste no time starting their careers! Check out what some of our grads are up to, only months after graduation… Devon Bellavance – The Warehouse Studios, Vancouver BC Graeme McGinty – CityTV, Syndicate Sound, Toronto ON Alex Krotz – Noble Street Studios, Toronto ON Rob McDowell – Liberty Studios, Toronto ON Andrew Charron … Continue reading →

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OIART Student Blog – Gabriel

My name is Gabriel (aka Barn Owl) and I’ll be filling you in on what labs are like outside of class lectures.  This is where you take all the stuff you learn from the instructors and apply it in a hands on, incredibly fun way.  Hopefully, it’ll give you an idea of what to expect … Continue reading →

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2011 Gemini Nominations for OIART Alumni!

Great to see 2011 Gemini nominations for several OIART Alumni! Congratulations!!! ’89 Brian Eimer  – Best Sound in an Information/Documentary Program – Beyond Survival with Les Stroud – The Hewa and the Hidden Secret Ceremony (Rogers) ’95 grad Danielle McBride – Best Sound in a Dramatic Program – Degrassi Takes Manhattan (MuchMusic – Bell Media) ’07 Niall … Continue reading →

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Jay Dufour ’07 – Assistant Engineer at Revolution Recording

A pic from the National Post of grad Jay Dufour ’07 assisting to the left of Joe Dunphy, at Toronto’s newest large format music recording facility – Revolution Recording. The studio features a large frame vintage 80 series Neve console, 2 (!) Fairchild limiters and too many classic EQ, compressors and mics to mention. The mix … Continue reading →

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Toronto’s “Wanted Sound & Picture” Adds 3 OIART Grads to Crew

Great to see grads Shawn French (05/06), Brian Gallant (09/10) and Mary Lee (09/10) profiled on the new Wanted Sound and Picture website. Wanted is a full service post production facility in downtown offering creative services for full commercial production, original Music and audio/video Post-Production. http://www.wantedsp.com

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’00 Celina Rudolf – Cirque du Soleil Audio Crew

OIART Grad Celina Rudolf is part of the audio crew on tour with Cirque Du Soleil's "Quidam"

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