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Hideway Studios Calling All Interns

Nov 1, 2011 9:00 AM, By Sarah Benzuly

Recently opened to the public (see Mix September 2011 Music “News and Notes”), The Hideway Studio (Minneapolis) is expanding its internship program. As part of the day-to-day experience with studio processes and operations, interns sit in and assist on recording sessions and engage in session setups and tear-downs for tracking, which will include miking, patching and Pro Tools operations. Additionally, students sit in on and observe mixing sessions and learn techniques for successful mixes.

Intern Adam Greenwald (left) sets up the mic at The Hideaway Studio for hip-hop artist Brother Ali to help lay down some guide vocals.

Intern Adam Greenwald (left) sets up the mic at The Hideaway Studio for hip-hop artist Brother Ali to help lay down some guide vocals.

Adam Greenwald, a McNally Smith College of Music student who is starting his third and final year studying Music Business Production and minoring in Hip-Hop, says this of interning at the studio: “Joe [Mabbott, studio owner] is someone who understands the hands-on nature of learning and wants to involve you whenever possible. From setting up microphones for recording bands to changing drum heads, Joe teaches by giving you a task and allowing you to first figure it out for yourself. He is always willing to answer questions and show how he does things without micromanaging.”

Any interns interested in participating in The Hideaway Studio’s program are encouraged to speak with their college advisors and/or e-mail Mabbott directly at joe@thehideawaympls.com.

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