Sign up for RME's Sound Lab AE102, still openings

Posted Online: Nov. 15, 2012, 10:30 am
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Press release submitted by Ellis Kell


RME will offer AE102 Sound Lab class beginning on Nov. 26th through Dec. 19th (four weeks of class), and will then break for Christmas/New Year's, with class resuming on Jan. 7th through Jan. 28th. Class meets on Mondays from 5:30-7:30 p.m., with lab sessions on Wednesdays 5:30-8:00 p.m. Presenter: RME Sound Lab instructor is Lars Rehnberg, and previous completion of AE101 is strongly suggested as a prerequisite.

Register online, or you may pick up a registration form at the RME admissions desk (see attachment), 129 N. Main St., Davenport, IA. Financial assistance may be available to students from 13-18 yrs. of age, with documented need and completion of application form (see attachment). Class size is limited – so get your registration in today!

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