Podcast Booth Now in Service

Our Podcasting booth is now open and accepting reservations!

Our podcasting room has been designed for multiple people to gather and record. The room is bookable for groups of 2-4 people, for up to 3 hours per session. A minimum of 2 people are required to book the space and both must be present to check in.
Although no additional classes are needed to book the Podcast room other than your general orientation, we are offering Podcast Booth Fundamentals for those who wish to become familiar with the equipment and software in the Melrose Podcast Booth. Our audio instructors will teach you how to effectively record with two – four microphones, save and export files and more.
Give us a call at 407.835.7323 or stop by for more information and to book your session!

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Reel to Real Podcast Season 3

Grammy Award-winning engineer Bruce Hensal joins co-host Drigo Garcia-Salas from the Melrose Center in welcoming guests Brad Sundberg and Chris LeBrane in this Season 3 premiere episode. Brad talks with Bruce, Drigo and Chris about his career, specifically working in the studio with Michael Jackson on some of his most iconic albums. Now available on YouTube, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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2017 Melrose Awards

On Saturday, February 11, members of the community gathered to celebrate the Melrose Creative Expo, which kicked off with recognizing top projects created by Melrose members from the past year in the 2017 Melrose Awards. This marks the third year recognizing members’ efforts, and each passing year has shown growth–not just in the number of entries or votes, but also the range of subject matter. We’re so proud of the work our members have created and are pleased to share the work of this year’s semi-finalists:

Dale Bauer
Daniel Beran
Christopher Beverly
Brett  Clark
Stephen Jay
Joshua Johnson
James Ketant
Rupert Meghnot
Joseph Rodriguez
Kevin Watts
Ashley  Zehel

And now, it is with great pleasure that we present the category winners and grand prize winner:

Left to right: Joseph Rodriguez for Film Category, Rupert Meghnot for Game Design & Programming, Ashley Zehel for Maker, Christopher Beverly for Audio and Joshua Johnson for Photography & Graphic Design/Grand Prize.

Congratulations to the winners!

You know, if you think you have what it takes to take home a prize, be sure to start working on your project and keep an eye out for the opening of the submission period for next year’s Melrose Awards. We’ll celebrate the next Melrose Awards at the 2018 Melrose Creative Expo on February 17.

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