DSU Live was excited to welcome yet another great musician to the underground this semester: Adam Hammer from St. Cloud, Minnesota. He played for us in his unique acoustic style that he calls “tattooed folk”. His songs are often honest and personal accounts of life and love, with a “storytellers” kind of feel. He occasionally used a lo-fidelity sounding “bullet” mic and also brought out his telecaster to add some extra variety to the performance.
In addition to performing for us, Adam also provided our Audio Production III class with individual tracks from a song on his more recent album recording. The students had a lot of fun creating their own unique mixes and experimenting with the sounds. It was an all-around great experience!