Please do not let the quality of this picture fool you. This event was one of the most beautiful and clear events that I have ever attended, and that has nothing to do with the fact that I was the designated driver. The event that I am referring to is the Engineering And Recording Society (EARS) of Chicago. Danny has been my mentor for years; one couldn’t do better than to learn from this guy who is Stevie Wonder’s Front Of House Engineer and Ramsey Lewis’ Studio Engineer. [More…]
AV Systems: Frequency Inductor
Our goal was to produce a high pass filter using a hand wound inductor created in class. We wanted to achieve around 2mH if inductance so that we could use a 3 to 5 Ohm resistor in the RL network. [More…]
What Would Make Me Fall In Love With AVID Pro Tools Again?
Hello again!! I know it has been a while since we spoke, but life changes have prevented me from blogging for a while, when I do though, it can be a humdinger! Before I get into the meat and taters of this blog let me first say that I absolutely love the good people at AVID Pro Tools in AVID. They are really good people and work hard to, individually, help everyone that they can, out, and this is in no way a dig on them and their efforts. I am just a guy on the street who happens to see things a bit differently. I am not saying I see them right, just differently. [More…]
Add some entertainment to your Lunch Breaks.
Despite the sizzling temperatures, the first Neighborhood Live Summer Series went off without a hitch!
Staff, students, and neighboring businesses came together Tuesday to enjoy lunch, ice cream, and music (provided by DJ Moses from Higher Education Records) outside on the lawn of Madison Media Institute.
Film Categories include drama, comedy, and music. Films can be up to 5 minutes long and will be judged by a panel of filmmakers in the industry including some of Madison Media Institute’s faculty.
MMI Admissions Representative and former MHS graduate, Natalie Pohorski and Francisco Torres (MMI Admissions Director), learned about the film festival after visiting the high school. MMI is excited to be a part of this great event!
Check out the great article on this event in the latest issue of Madison Life (On Page 10).
Find out what other upcoming events MMI is sponsoring!
Madison Media Institute among colleges on President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for 2013!
The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll was established to recognize those institutions of higher learning that provide meaningful service and civic engagement among students through service to the larger community. It is the highest federal recognition a college can earn for community service and engagement. Throughout the year, Madison Media Institute participates in and often organizes events and volunteer opportunities that benefit many members of our community, especially younger students. In addition to regular support for local schools and students through equipment donation and other outreach activities, MMI participated in the following projects:
- Madison Police Department Cyber-Safety/Social Networking
- Community Hunger and Homelessness
- 2nd Harvest Food Bank & “Make Room for Youth”
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Western Wisconsin
Because of Madison Media Institute’s work with community service and outreach, MMI was among the list of colleges and universities honored for their outstanding commitment to learning and civic contributions. Our students reflect the value of connecting positively with the larger community in both their academic and personal life and as a core value of MMI. Congratulations to all the staff and students of MMI who worked so hard to provide service to the community, to each other, and to creating such a positive acknowledgement of our college!