Industry legend and API founder Saul Walker has already achieved so much throughout his life and career, but he is still fully engaged. Walker is set to visit McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and lecture to students about microphone preamps including his design of the API 512c. He will meet with students in classroom and studio sessions during the day and speak at an AES meeting in the evening on March 14th. He has also agreed to instruct two graduate level classes this fall at NYU's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts in the Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music in addition to the two undergrad courses he teaches now. According to Walker, "I suspect that will keep me as busy as I can tolerate."