The College of Music's Ruby Diamond Concert Hall Featured on Avid's Blog

 
The College of Music's purchase and installation of a new, state-of-the-art audio console garners increased attention for its facilities and production capabilities. 

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On August 30, 2017, Avid’s official blog published Derk Hagedorn’s interview with the College of Music’s Michael Shapiro, Specialist in the Arts at Ruby Diamond Concert Hall. Shapiro and Hagedorn, the Senior Marketing Manager for Avid Live Sound Systems and Music Notation, discussed the College of Music’s recent purchase of a new, state-of-the-art audio console, an Avid VENUE | S6L system, for Ruby Diamond. While discussing the selection and purchase process, the installation of the console, and the staff’s transition to using the S6L console, Shapiro had the opportunity to highlight the many types of performances by College of Music ensembles in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, as well as the important role that RDCH plays in the Tallahassee community as a premier venue for all kinds of live musical performances.

Avid is an American technology and multimedia company whose products are used throughout the television, video, and music industries. Avid’s Media Composer is a leading non-linear editing system, and many College of Music students and faculty use its music notation software, Sibelius, and well as its digital audio workstation, ProTools, one of Avid’s flagship products.

The interview with Michael Shapiro, which includes photographs of Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, the new audio console, and several recent guest performers, is featured at the top of the “Live Sound” section of Avid’s blog.  http://www.avidblogs.com/livesound/