GRAMMY Camp St. Paul Blog: Jarem Saunders

When I learned I had been accepted to the GRAMMY Camp St. Paul for audio engineering, I expected I would spend a week learning all about microphone techniques, audio effects, and acoustics, and possibly a few things about music business. While I have learned an incredible amount about all the different equipment in a recording studio, and how to set it up and operate it, I've also learned about a variety of other things; from how to produce music in Pro Tools, to music copyright laws, to live performance tips and many things in between. I've met people my age from accross the country who are each just as passionate about music as I am, and from them, as well as many of the staff, I've learned one of the most important lessons of GRAMMY Camp: don't hold back. I have seen the work my fellow campers have done here and outside of camp and I realize that if I put my mind to it, I can create amazing things!

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