Audio Class 101: Live Sound Production With Norman Hajadi

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In the modern era, which is fully digital and interconnected, the entertainment industry is rapidly growing. Music concerts, festivals, and stage performances on a national and even international scale are becoming increasingly popular and serve as avenues for the Indonesian community. However, behind the success on the stage of a performance, there is an unseen hero playing a crucial role in creating an unforgettable experience: the Live Sound Engineer. To better understand the importance of this profession, SAE Indonesia collaborates with Earhouse by EndahNRhesa as the venue provider for a Sharing Session on the profession of Live Sound Engineer in performance requirements, inviting Norman Hajadi as the speaker, who is also a lecturer at SAE Indonesia.

Under the theme “Audio Class 101: Live Sound Production,” Norman Hajadi provides insights and perspectives on the importance of the Live Sound Engineer profession in performance needs. According to him, the main task of a Live Sound Engineer is to ensure optimal sound quality during the performance. “The Live Sound Engineer is responsible for managing and controlling the technical aspects of sound behind the stage. From sound setup, microphone placement, to overall sound quality control, so that every audience member can hear the music clearly and balanced,” he explains.

Norman Hajadi explains that Live Sound Engineers play a crucial role in creating a captivating experience for the audience. “Good sound quality is one of the determining factors for audience satisfaction. A concert or performance with clear and balanced sound that stirs the emotions of the audience will enhance an unforgettable impression,” he adds.

In the context of technological advancements, Norman Hajadi also discusses how the role of a Live Sound Engineer has evolved. “Technological developments have provided various hardware and software tools that assist in the work. However, it is important to remember that technology is merely a tool, and the knowledge and skills of a Live Sound Engineer remain key factors in creating superior sound quality,” he explains.

Norman Hajadi emphasizes the importance of education and practical experience in preparing oneself to become a qualified Live Sound Engineer. “Formal education or courses focused on audio and recording can provide a solid foundation. However, practical experience under the guidance of a professional cannot be ignored. Over time, experience and knowledge will continue to develop. Therefore, SAE Indonesia is here for those who want to delve deeper into the profession of Live Sound Engineer. You can register and continue learning with me at SAE Indonesia,” he says.

In conclusion, Norman Hajadi conveys a message to the participants present and interested in the profession of Live Sound Engineer. “If you have an interest and passion for sound and music, the profession of Live Sound Engineer can be an exciting career path. Keep learning and developing, become someone with solid technical and musical skills, and do not be afraid to face challenges. With dedication and hard work, you can create an unforgettable sound experience for the audience,” concludes Norman Hajadi.

For more information, you can visit SAE Indonesia Campus at Jl. Pejaten Raya No.31, Ps. Minggu, South Jakarta City, Jakarta Special Capital Region, 12540.


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