Denver Ad Club | The Fifty

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Every year, Ad Club Denver hosts 'The Fifty'- An awards show to display the best ideas Colorado's Ad Indsutry has to offer. And 2017 was no acception. Every year we are  incredibly humbled and greatful to help bring life to the incredible stories and visions the creative teams create. Thank you to all of our clients. Everything that passes through our doors is award winning in our eyes. We've been here to help you for 27 years and we plan on being here to continue helping you for many years to come.

Click here to see this years winners and to check out everything Ad Club has to offer. 
http://adclubco.com/resources/Pictures/Fifty2016_FINAL-2.pdf

http://adclubco.com posted: February 21, 2017
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RMR Music Library

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Expanding to current models in music licensing, RMR is also working to offer the music of Colorado artists to content producers, such as agencies and production companies. Now, instead of using stock music from some no-name, you can have tracks in your pieces laid down by local musicians. Win-win. posted: August 26, 2016
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Available Studio Space in Denver, CO!

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One soundproof studio; great for recording, video editing, instruction, music composition, etc. The size is 10’x 16’ with an attached 7’x10’ booth.
There is ample free parking, a conference/kitchen, and private bathrooms. 24 hr access to the security monitored building. 5 mins from downtown Denver.

1-yr lease. $1000/month (includes wifi, paper/copier use, snacks, beverages, cleaning services, etc.)
 

Available 8/1/16. If interested, give us a call or email us!

posted: July 13, 2016
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ICYMI

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It’s happening. I’m turning the keys over to the kids! After nearly a year of preparation and planning, the intrepid staff at Rocky Mountain Recorders, headed by new owner, Chris McNaughton, will be seamlessly assuming responsibility for operations of the studios. For myself, the transition out of ownership and daily responsibilities will be slow and steady. I will maintain a close, continuing association with Rocky and our fantastic clients. So if you simply MUST have me engineer/produce your audio projects, simply request my services through Rachel Iwata, Rocky’s studio manager, and we’ll be happy to accommodate you. 

I have every confidence that this unmatched staff, that has really been the hallmark of our 27 successful years, will continue the high level of efficient, forward thinking, creative sound production and associated services that you have come to expect from RMR. I plan on “spending more time with my family” and enjoying my remaining years of vitality knowing the “care and feeding” of my life’s dream is in good hands. One of the best parts of this transition will be that it fulfills another part of that dream… to see Rocky Mountain Recorders continue to be the absolute best audio production facility that Denver and the Rocky Mountain Region has ever known. 

Paul Vastola

As the new business owner, I look forward to continuing the legacy the Vastola Family has built. Staff will remain the same, the standard in service will meet and exceed your expectations, and we’re going to have a very good time. Let’s have some fun!

Chris McNaughton

posted: June 22, 2016
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Connected: ISDN, ipDTL, Source Connect

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Learn about the ways technology connects us to other studios!


posted: February 18, 2016
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Ice, Ice Baby

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All around the world I've seen musicians playing odd instruments to create music. From Windex Pete playing a washboard in NOLA, to various trash cans on the streets of Denver, but I've never seen anything like this! The range in musical notes and sounds is amazing just by using what was on the frozen lake surface. And of course there's a science to it.

Let's geek out for a minute. 

What makes this work is a material that will deform and vibrate when struck. Physics quantifies how easy it is to deform a material by Young’s Modulus. It turns out ice is a surprisingly good material to use to construct a musical instrument. This works the same way wood would in order to make sound when struck. Since the Young’s Modulus of ice is very similar to that of wood, the range of sounds are made based on the different shape and elasticity properties of ice.

Now who wants to go to Antarctica to try this out?

  posted: October 15, 2015
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All About That Bass

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Who needs fire extinguishers when you have ample amounts of subwoofers? Ahem- I mean, we might have one lying around here somewhere.

Two electrical engineer students at George Mason University have found you can extinguish flames using low-frequency sounds. Since sound waves are basically blasts of air, their invention smothers flames with oxygen, instead of water or foam. For all intents and purposes it's not much to listen to, but it gets the job done and can be utilized in so many ways!

Or maybe I'm just geeking out over how cool this is.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/27/us/sound-fire-extinguisher/
  posted: August 17, 2015
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Vlog 3: Tips to Save Time and Money During Audio Post

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Stick to your bottom line by following some of these tips during your audio post production!


posted: June 19, 2015
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Vlog #2: Voice Design

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posted: April 22, 2015
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Just Your Usual Cat Videos

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posted: April 17, 2015
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