RPM Challenge: Mixing Tricks
By
Spencer Wells
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Connor Stinson
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February 24, 2021
As the Record Production Month challenge draws closer to the submission date, Spencer Wells and Connor Stinson discuss the basics of mixing and mastering recorded audio – including equalizers, compression, and reverb effects. The article touches upon Spencer and Connor’s experiences as co-hosts and musicians, with tips based on the Audacity recording and editing platform. Part of a month-long series documenting the 2021 RPM Challenge.
RPM Challenge: On the Record
By
Spencer Wells
and
Skye Vasey
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February 18, 2021
Spencer Wells and Skye Vasey discuss some fundamental techniques to capturing audio, including microphone placement, natural acoustics, sound isolation and much more. The article reflects both Spencer and Skye's individual experiences in DIY recording, referring to many easy-to-learn tricks that anyone can use to record high-quality audio. Part of a month-long series documenting the 2021 RPM Challenge.
The Arthur Literary Review: Mark Leyner is the Right Kind of Sleazy
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Dante Pettapiece
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February 18, 2021
Resident literary critic, Dante Pettapiece, dives into Mark Leyner's recent book The Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit.
Local Festival Works Towards Religious Harmony
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Elizabeth Mitton
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November 16, 2020
Elizabeth Mitton covers this year's Abraham Festival - a religious festival started by three women that aims to bring Christians, Muslims and Jews together in religious unity. Find out how they've adapted to keep the festival going during the pandemic!
Surviving a Coronavirus Winter
By
Maggie Piper
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November 10, 2020
Maggie Piper surveyed students and Trent faculty for some tips on surviving a coronavirus winter. This is the guide you'll need for the impending winter!
The Frugal Student's Guide to Textbook Shopping
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Alexia Kambanis
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November 9, 2020
Alexia Kambanis outlines her tips and tricks for aquiring all the textbooks you need and saving money at the same time!