Perfecting Your Soundtrack: A Comprehensive Look at Colorguard Audio

| June 9, 2007 | 1 Comment

Your soundtrack is a very important part of your total show package.  It is what your audience will hear when watching your visual performance.  This article will discuss ways to create the perfect soundtrack for your indoor show.  It will cover concepts including: why sound is important, tools for editing, audio concepts, starting with a high quality file, editing techniques, recording techniques, and what to do on a show day.

A HUGE thank you to Matt Cornett, one of the sound technicians for the Atlantic Indoor Association, for putting together this extremely informative and extensive look at colorguard audio.  If you have any questions about the article you can contact Matt at mattcornett@mac.com.  Also, remember, when choosing the audio for your show always take the appropriate steps to seek permission to use any copyrighted work before the season begins.

 Click Here for the complete article in .pdf format.

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