Join multiple Grammy Award-winning mixer and producer Chris Lord-Alge for an exclusive One-Day Seminar in Los Angeles.
LOCATION This seminar will be held at MIX LA, Tarzana, Chris Lord-Alge's own studio.
DATE JANUARY 20, 2016 from 9AM to 7PM
PARTICIPATION FEE $769 including lunch and dinner with Chris Lord-Alge. Dinner will be from 7:30PM to 9:30PM in a restaurant nearby (TBA). Accommodation NOT included.
15 Participants ONLY - MWTM Members ONLY - Book your place ASAP !
9AM - 1PM Chris Lord-Alge will present himself and his philosophies, describe his mixing method (including signal chains) and answer participants' questions.
2PM - 7PM Chris Lord-Alge will open a session from a famous rock band and do a full mix from beginning to end in front of the participants (including automation). There will be a Q&A session at the end of the afternoon.
Chris Lord-Alge’s talent is exemplified by his AllMusic credit list containing an astonishing 1100 entries, with huge names such as Bruce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Avril Lavigne, Cher, Muse, Celine Dion, Michael Bublé, Aerosmith, Madonna, Green Day, Meat Loaf, U2, Snow Patrol, Sheryl Crow, Savage Garden, Bon Jovi, Fleetwood Mac, Black Eyed Peas, The Rolling Stones, Smashing Pumpkins, James Brown, Eric Clapton, Nine Inch Nails, Foo Fighters, My Chemical Romance and many more.
He has won six Grammy Awards, and his position as one of the world’s leading mixers, having being nicknamed ‘Lord of the Mix’. His dominance is illustrated perfectly by Lord-Alge’s initials, CLA, becoming an instantly recognizable brand name within the music industry. For example, by the creation of the Waves ‘Chris Lord-Alge Signature series’, featuring plugins such as, CLA Drums, CLA Bass, and CLA Guitars.
Chris Lord-Alge achieves his unique sound through an equally unique approach, which has remained largely unchanged since the late 1990s. His two main tools of the trade are a 60-input 4056 E-series SSL desk and his beloved Sony 3348 48-track digital tape recorder. The only major change has come from the omnipresence of the DAW, with Lord-Alge now using plugins in Pro Tools, to complement the outboard in his studio, Mix LA.