On Tuesday, September 9, Club Rush at South City Campus featured several Salt Lake Community College clubs. One club of particular interest was Club Resonance.
“Resonance is a way for students to collaborate and make their dreams happen,” says Live Sound Coordinator Brook Cummings-Arnold.
Club Resonance is a movement of professionals in music engineering, artists and even gamers.
Resonance is considered by many of its members a door of opportunity for anyone who is ready to make something great happen while also getting in some real world experience.
With only one year under its belt since its founding, Resonance has been part of some great events and collaborations with other clubs.
The Bearfoot Festival, which took place at South City campus several weeks ago, is one such example. For this event, Resonance collaborated with Student Life and Leadership to bring us some great music, games and food.
This October, Club Resonance will be attending the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention, which is one of the largest gatherings of audio professionals in the world.
This year, the convention will be held in Los Angeles, California. Resonance members will be able to attend with one-third of costs covered. This event will provide them with a wealth of learning, along with some hands on experience and unique business opportunities.
Club Resonance works nonstop, always creating new projects to bring out and showcase the numerous talents of SLCC students. President of the club, Nicole Darner, is working on a video game themed project.
“The Dreamscapes Project will be a collection of songs written by the song-writing members of Club Resonance,” says Darner. “As of now there are about five students writing songs for the project. By the end of the semester, we should have a five to ten song EPs to release and sell on [Resonance] club’s online store.”
Jack Young, secretary of Club Resonance, is also currently working on a project called “Orchestral,” and is looking for talent to compose the scores. Brook Cummings-Arnold will also be working on her own project, “Open Mic Day,” which will be hosted in the South City Campus forum from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Dates will be posted soon.
There is a little bit of everything for everyone in Club Resonance, whether you like the engineering side of music, performing, or even just playing video games, this club will allow you to make it all happen. Club Resonance meets once a month and membership fees are $10 per semester.
To learn more about Club Resonance, you can visit their OrgSync page here.