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January 11, 2017

JOE CHICCARELLI

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Join producer, engineer and mixer Joe Chiccarelli for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his production approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

Joe Chiccarelli is one of the world’s leading engineers, mixers and producers, he has worked with many great artists and bands, such as The White Stripes, The Strokes, U2, Boy & Bear, Jason Mraz, My Morning Jacket, Morrissey, Elton John, Rufus Wainwright, U2, Beck, Etta James, Jamie Cullum, Tori Amos, and Alanis Morissette. To date his impressive achievements have been recognized with ten Grammy Awards.

Chiccarelli is still based in Los Angeles, but works in studios across the US using a hybrid analogue-digital approach. Having been deeply steeped in the analogue multi-track and large format console recording techniques of the 1970s, Chiccarelli has adapted to and incorporated every new technological and musical development that has come out since. While he still adores working with analogue desks and outboard, the enormous flexibility offered by today’s DAWs and the fast-paced demands of the modern music world mean that a lot of his work is now done in the box.

Most recently he produced Morrissey's latest album, "World Peace is None of Your Business" at La Fabrique, in 2014, and since, has produced and mixed tracks with The Rocketboys, Ivan & Alyosha, JEFF the Brotherhood and Victorian Halls.

Attendees

There will be a maximum of 10 participants.


Date

JANUARY 11, 2017 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM GMT


Participation fee

$99


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December 7, 2016

MANNY MARROQUIN

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Manny Marroquin for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

 

Marroquin is one of the 21st century’s most successful mixers. His achievements have been recognized with nine Grammy Awards, graced nearly 250 million albums worldwide, over forty #1 albums and one hundred Top 10 albums on The Billboard 200, as well as having an interactive mixing exhibit in 2008 at the Grammy Museum, named after him and featuring material supplied by him to name only a few of his recent accolades.

Marroquin prides himself in working with a wide variety of artists and music styles, which is exemplified by a credit list featuring Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, Pink, John Mayer, Shakira, Maroon 5, Ludacris, Duffy, Buno Mars, Lana Del Rey, Usher, Cee Lo, Pitbull, Rihanna, Flo Rida, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Christinia Aguilera, Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, The Rolling Stones, and to name a few. 

He is currently based in Larrabee Studio in Los Angeles, where he has a residency in Studio B, along with his favourite desk, an 80-input SSL XL9000, which he calls “a super analogue console.” Like most, Marroquin has adapted his mix methods to the inexorable rise of the DAW, but he continues to mix on an analogue desk, which allows him to keep up the pace by allowing him to do multiple things to a mix at one time.

 

Attendees

There will be a maximum of 10 participants.


Date

DECEMBER 7, 2016 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM GMT


Participation fee

$99


Any and all recordings of sound or images are strictly prohibited during the webinar, no matter the media employed. Please do not record the screen or the audio during the webinar. You can take still screen captures if you wish but no video or audio. Each place is for a unique member, you can not book one place for several attendees and you can not invite guests to follow this webinar

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November 23, 2016

ALAN MEYERSON

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Join movie scoring mixer Alan Meyerson for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      NOVEMBER 23, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Alan Meyerson is one of the greatest movie scoring mixers of the modern era. With 200+ credits on IMDb and double that amount on AllMusic.com, Meyerson has an unparalleled wealth of experience in engineering and mixing in general, and scoring mixing in particular. He has worked with leading film score composers like James Newton Howard, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams, and Danny Elfman, and has a particularly long-standing working relationship with the great Hans Zimmer that continues to this day.

Meyerson’s credits as a scoring mixer include blockbuster movies like Man of Steel, Iron Man, the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Inception, The Dark Knight, Kung-Fu Panda 1 & 2, Despicable Me 1 & 2, The Last Samurai, Gladiator and Hannibal. In addition to this, Meyerson has a number of high-level music mixing credits dating mostly from the 1980s, including Bryan Ferry, New Order, Etta James, and OMD. During that time Meyerson also worked with some of the great New York remixers, like Arthur Baker and Shep Pettibone, and his background in rock and club mixing means that he has a unique reputation in Hollywood as the go-to man for a tougher, more aggressive film score sound.

Meyerson is now settled at Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions studio complex in Santa Monica, where his mix room contains, he explains, “a Euphonix System 5 digital desk, a bunch of Pro Tools systems, ATC monitors, and some analogue gear, that appears to decrease every year.”


Participation fee

$99


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November 16, 2016

TCHAD BLAKE

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Join Grammy-winning mixer Tchad Blake for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      NOVEMBER 16, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Tchad Blake has been an impression discography, having worked with numerous artists and musicians, including Arctic Monkeys, State Radio, Apartment 26, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel, Pearl Jam, Tom Waits, Sheryl Crow, Crowded House, Tracy Chapman, The Dandy Warhols, The Black Keys, U2 and The Pretenders, amongst many others. Blake to date has won five Grammy Awards, including Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and Best Rock Album for Sheryl Crow's The Globe Sessions (1998), Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work on Suzanne Vega's Beauty & Crime (2007), and two Grammys for his work with The Black Keys on 2010's Brothers. He is well known in the industry for creating original sonic textures (often with unorthodox gear, such as everyday objects like wooden pipes, metal cans, and cardboard boxes), and constantly shifting mixes, as well as his use of binaural recording, resulting in a unique sound. Since Blake’s move to the UK in 2001, he worked for a number of years at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios, engineering, mixing, but also expanding into producing, clocking up credits like Gabriel, Travis, Phish, Tracy Chapman, and Bonnie Raitt. 

Although Blake made his name by pushing the sonic limits of the analogue domain, since 2005, he has worked almost entirely in the box. He has a Protools HD rig with an Icon D Control, plus a choice selection of loads of guitar pedals and a few pieces of outboard. Blake comments, “I’m 99.8% in the box now, as opposed to mixing off tape through a vintage API console at The Sound Factory or the very large SSL at Real World Studios in the past. The 0.2% represents instruments I add or pedal-style effects I use.”


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$99


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November 9, 2016

MICHAEL BRAUER

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Michael Brauer for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch the videos with Michael Brauer available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these concepts.

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      NOVEMBER 9, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Michael Brauer is one of the founding members of the seminar program. Brauer has an impressive back catalogue, having worked with Luther Vandross, Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Coldplay, John Mayer, Ash, My Morning Jacket, Ben Folds, Eric Clapton, Prefab Sprout, Leonard Cohen, Pet Shop Boys, Dream Theater, Elle King, James Bay and Calle 13 to name but a few. He has won seven Grammy Awards, including best engineered album for John Mayer's "Battle Studies". He currently works in Electric Lady Studio B in New York, where he works with an SSL 9080 J-series desk, as well as an vast collection of outboard. The outboard is at the heart of Brauer’s approach to using compression and EQ, that is so elaborate that Brauer has given it a trademarked name: “Brauerize”. The mixer explains that it, “is the combination of a few different compression techniques, including multi-bus, parallel and post-fader send/return compression, which focus on mixing into compression, allowing me to ride instruments, vocals, and my entire mix, into the sweet spot.”

Brauer’s ‘Brauerizing’ technique, of parallel compression of vocals and/or instruments is complimented with his heavy use of software, which as he describes, allows things that one cannot get from the hardware, such as “great de-essers and fixing tools”.


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November 3, 2016

ANDREW SCHEPS

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Join Grammy-winning mixer and producer Andrew Scheps for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      NOVEMBER 3, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Andrew Scheps has an incredible career of achievements, which incorporates a credit list featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Michael Jackson, Robbie Robertson, Justin Timberlake, Iggy Pop, U2, Jay-Z, and many more, as well as several Grammy Awards.

Schep’s work on the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s album Stadium Arcadium in 2005 was a turning point for his approach to engineering. He found the band’s decision to record and mix entirely in analogue so alluring that he fitted his Punkerpad West studio with two Neve 8068 desks to go with his wall of analogue outboard. Scheps continued to work like this until the fall of 2013. Scheps was offered a project to mix, and because he was still in France, he had the choice of passing on the work or working in the box. He opted for the latter, and found what he initially regarded as a one-off, was much more attractive than anticipated. “Going back into the box wasn’t a sonic decision, but I actually rediscovered that I really like it. It’s great to be able to work on three or four songs at the same time. I have not gone back to working on the desk since then. While I miss some of the visceral hands-on aspects of the console, there is a lot of creative freedom working this way. It might seem like a drastic change, but it is only the tools that have changed: remarkably my philosophy and sound have stayed the same”. This latest dramatic change in his working methods has allowed Scheps to redefine the way he blends old-style and new working methods and technology. He continues to apply this in his mixes, and also as an engineer and producer.


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October 26, 2016

TONY MASERATI

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Tony Maserati for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      OCTOBER 26, 2016 from 3:00PM to 4:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Tony Maserati is one of the world’s leading mix engineers. During his long career he has amassed a list of credits that runs into the hundreds, and worldwide sales of over 100 million units, and including names such as Beyoncé, Robin Thicke, Jason Mraz, kd Lang, Mary J Blige, David Bowie, Usher, Puff Daddy, Notorious BIG, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, Avril Lavigne, Cher, Keith Urban, R Kelly, Destiny’s Child, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, Lil’ Kim, and the Black Eyed Peas. Maserati has won several Grammy Awards, and is one of the few mixers with a Waves Signature Plugin Series—The Tony Maserati Collection—turning his name into a global brand.

Maserati is known for his hybrid analogue/digital setup approach that he has favoured for many years, as well as his effects comprising of a combination of the best of digital, (using plugins by Waves, UAD, Soundtoys, Softube and many others), and the best of analogue, by the likes of Alan Smart, Telefunken, Shadow Hills, Pendulum, Universal Audio, Chandler, Neve and Urei. Analogue gear continues to prove invaluable for Maserati because of, he says, “the headroom.” However, Maserati also advocates the portability of 21C digital equipment, and regularly mixes while travelling, using a laptop with Sennheiser HD600 headphones, Pelonis Model 42s speakers, and a Black Lion DAC.


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August 23, 2016

EDDIE KRAMER

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Join legendary record producer, engineer and mixer Eddie Kramer for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his production and recording approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      AUGUST 23, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Eddie Kramer has such an astonishing pedigree that his career description reads almost like the history of rock‘n’roll itself. During the sixties and early seventies he was right at the heart of the birth of rock, when he worked with the likes of The Kinks, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Traffic, John Mayall, The Small Faces, and most of all, Jimi Hendrix—Kramer engineered all four albums released during the guitarist’s life, as well as five Led Zeppelin studio albums. Kramer continued to make music history by playing a central role in the creation of albums for Peter Frampton, Kiss, Derek and the Dominos, Mott The Hoople, John McLaughlin, Buddy Guy, Joe Cocker, Carly Simon, David Bowie, and Carlos Santana. All of which have given Kramer his iconic status.

In addition to all of the above, Kramer also has conducted a career as an accomplished photographer, many featuring the artists he worked with, and various pieces of Kramer signature gear have been released over the years. These include a new Hendrix FX Pedal by Digitech, as well as an ongoing collaboration with Waves, which has seen the Eddie Kramer Artist Signature collection of plugins, the Vintage PIE compressor, Helios EQ, and MPX Tape Simulator plugins.


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August 12, 2016

ANDY WALLACE

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Join Grammy award winning record producer, engineer and mixer Andy Wallace for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his "Deconstructing a Mix" video as well as his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      AUGUST 12, 2016 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Andy Wallace has had a successful and active career, with many classic records to his name such as Nirvana, Bruce Springsteen, Jeff Buckley, Slayer, Alice Cooper, Prince, The Cult, Aerosmith, Guns N’ Roses, Sheryl Crow, Sonic Youth, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney, Rush, and Rage Against The Machine.

Wallace has been awarded eight Grammy Award nominations and one Grammy Award, in 1999, for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical (shared with Tchad Blake and Trina Shoemaker) for Sheryl Crow’s The Globe Sessions. During the last fifteen years Wallace has focused almost exclusively on mixing, using most often SSL desks.

His trademark approach of aggressive rock music mixing, is characterized by larger-than-life guitars and a huge and tight, well-defined low-end. At the same time, Wallace can also be exceptionally lyrical and delicate in his approach, the most famous example being his production and mix of Jeff Buckley’s Grace (1994). Wallace’s techniques are shrouded in a certain mystery as the well-established mixer has only ever give two significant interviews during his long spanning career, yet continues to reign as one of the greats.


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August 5, 2016

AL SCHMITT

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Join 23-time Grammy award winning and multi-platinum selling record producer, engineer and mixer Al Schmitt for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his production and recording approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his "Deconstructing a Mix" video and his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      AUGUST 5, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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During an astonishingly long career Schmitt has won 23 Grammy Awards, making him the most successful engineer/mixer in Grammy history. During his career, Al has recorded and mixed more than 150 gold and platinum albums and was inducted into the TEC Awards Hall of Fame in 1997, and received the Grammy Trustees Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006. Schmitt’s credits range back to the 1950s, when he worked with Leonard Feather, Marty Paich, and Henry Mancini. Since his credit list at Allmusic contains over 1100 entries, including the likes of Earth, Wind & Fire, Barbra Streisand, Neil Young, Diana Ross, Robbie Williams, Toni Braxton, Michael Bublé, Elvis Costello, Liza Minelli, Brian Wilson, Norah Jones, Bob Dylan, and Paul McCartney to name only a few. Throughout his long career Schmitt’s strength has been both in his grounding in the early analogue recording and production techniques of the 1950s and 1960s, and in the way he has been able to adapt and improve these techniques as new studio technologies became available. Schmitt’s roots and engineering genius show in his famous clean, and unadorned sound, which allows the natural qualities of the instruments and the arrangements to speak for themselves.


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August 2, 2016

ANDREW SCHEPS

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Join Grammy-winning mixer and producer Andrew Scheps for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      AUGUST 2, 2016 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Andrew Scheps has an incredible career of achievements, which incorporates a credit list featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Michael Jackson, Robbie Robertson, Justin Timberlake, Iggy Pop, U2, Jay-Z, and many more, as well as several Grammy Awards.

Schep’s work on the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s album Stadium Arcadium in 2005 was a turning point for his approach to engineering. He found the band’s decision to record and mix entirely in analogue so alluring that he fitted his Punkerpad West studio with two Neve 8068 desks to go with his wall of analogue outboard. Scheps continued to work like this until the fall of 2013. Scheps was offered a project to mix, and because he was still in France, he had the choice of passing on the work or working in the box. He opted for the latter, and found what he initially regarded as a one-off, was much more attractive than anticipated. “Going back into the box wasn’t a sonic decision, but I actually rediscovered that I really like it. It’s great to be able to work on three or four songs at the same time. I have not gone back to working on the desk since then. While I miss some of the visceral hands-on aspects of the console, there is a lot of creative freedom working this way. It might seem like a drastic change, but it is only the tools that have changed: remarkably my philosophy and sound have stayed the same”. This latest dramatic change in his working methods has allowed Scheps to redefine the way he blends old-style and new working methods and technology. He continues to apply this in his mixes, and also as an engineer and producer.


Participation fee

$99


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July 29, 2016

MANNY MARROQUIN

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Manny Marroquin for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      JULY 29, 2016 from 6:00PM to 7:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Marroquin is one of the 21st century’s most successful mixers. His achievements have been recognized with nine Grammy Awards, graced nearly 250 million albums worldwide, over forty #1 albums and one hundred Top 10 albums on The Billboard 200, as well as having an interactive mixing exhibit in 2008 at the Grammy Museum, named after him and featuring material supplied by him to name only a few of his recent accolades.

Marroquin prides himself in working with a wide variety of artists and music styles, which is exemplified by a credit list featuring Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, Pink, John Mayer, Shakira, Maroon 5, Ludacris, Duffy, Buno Mars, Lana Del Rey, Usher, Cee Lo, Pitbull, Rihanna, Flo Rida, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Christinia Aguilera, Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, The Rolling Stones, and to name a few. 

He is currently based in Larrabee Studio in Los Angeles, where he has a residency in Studio B, along with his favourite desk, an 80-input SSL XL9000, which he calls “a super analogue console.” Like most, Marroquin has adapted his mix methods to the inexorable rise of the DAW, but he continues to mix on an analogue desk, which allows him to keep up the pace by allowing him to do multiple things to a mix at one time.

 


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July 25, 2016

ALAN MEYERSON

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Join movie scoring mixer Alan Meyerson for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      JULY 25, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Alan Meyerson is one of the greatest movie scoring mixers of the modern era. With 200+ credits on IMDb and double that amount on AllMusic.com, Meyerson has an unparalleled wealth of experience in engineering and mixing in general, and scoring mixing in particular. He has worked with leading film score composers like James Newton Howard, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams, and Danny Elfman, and has a particularly long-standing working relationship with the great Hans Zimmer that continues to this day.

Meyerson’s credits as a scoring mixer include blockbuster movies like Man of Steel, Iron Man, the Pirates of the Caribbean series, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Inception, The Dark Knight, Kung-Fu Panda 1 & 2, Despicable Me 1 & 2, The Last Samurai, Gladiator and Hannibal. In addition to this, Meyerson has a number of high-level music mixing credits dating mostly from the 1980s, including Bryan Ferry, New Order, Etta James, and OMD. During that time Meyerson also worked with some of the great New York remixers, like Arthur Baker and Shep Pettibone, and his background in rock and club mixing means that he has a unique reputation in Hollywood as the go-to man for a tougher, more aggressive film score sound.

Meyerson is now settled at Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions studio complex in Santa Monica, where his mix room contains, he explains, “a Euphonix System 5 digital desk, a bunch of Pro Tools systems, ATC monitors, and some analogue gear, that appears to decrease every year.”


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July 14, 2016

CHRIS LORD-ALGE

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Chris Lord-Alge for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch the two "Deconstructing a Mix" videos with Chris Lord-Alge as well as his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      JULY 14, 2016 from 5:00PM to 6:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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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.


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June 30, 2016

MANNY MARROQUIN

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Manny Marroquin for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      JUNE 30, 2016 from 6:00PM to 7:00PM GMT

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Marroquin is one of the 21st century’s most successful mixers. His achievements have been recognized with nine Grammy Awards, graced nearly 250 million albums worldwide, over forty #1 albums and one hundred Top 10 albums on The Billboard 200, as well as having an interactive mixing exhibit in 2008 at the Grammy Museum, named after him and featuring material supplied by him to name only a few of his recent accolades.

Marroquin prides himself in working with a wide variety of artists and music styles, which is exemplified by a credit list featuring Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, Pink, John Mayer, Shakira, Maroon 5, Ludacris, Duffy, Buno Mars, Lana Del Rey, Usher, Cee Lo, Pitbull, Rihanna, Flo Rida, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Christinia Aguilera, Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, The Rolling Stones, and to name a few. 

He is currently based in Larrabee Studio in Los Angeles, where he has a residency in Studio B, along with his favourite desk, an 80-input SSL XL9000, which he calls “a super analogue console.” Like most, Marroquin has adapted his mix methods to the inexorable rise of the DAW, but he continues to mix on an analogue desk, which allows him to keep up the pace by allowing him to do multiple things to a mix at one time.

 


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June 23, 2016

JACQUIRE KING

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Join three-time Grammy award winning and multi-platinum selling record producer, engineer and mixer Jacquire King for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his production approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      JUNE 23, 2016 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM GMT

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Jacquire King’s projects include Tom Waits, Modest Mouse, Dawes, Of Monsters and Men, Buddy Guy, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Josh Ritter, Cold War Kids, Punch Brothers, Editors, Robert Ellis, James Bay and Melissa Etheridge. His talents as a producer, engineer, and mixer have been recognized with three Grammy Awards, is multi-platinum selling and received nearly 30 Grammy Award nominations for his work.

King is widely known for predominantly working in the Americana genre. The country scene in Nashville is part of that movement, but King explains that he does not restrict himself, both in the types of music he works with and in his recording approaches.

In 2013, King took up residence in Studio G at the Blackbird Studios, Nashville. His set-up there consists of a hybrid analogue/in-the-box approach, using Pro Tools with a modified Quad 8 console for summing and to patch in his extensive outboard collection.


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June 9, 2016

CHRIS LORD-ALGE

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Chris Lord-Alge for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch the two "Deconstructing a Mix" videos with Chris Lord-Alge as well as his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      JUNE 9, 2016 from 6:00PM to 7:00PM GMT

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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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.


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May 31, 2016

GREG WELLS

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Join producer-mixer Greg Wells for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing and production approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch "Deconstructing a Mix" with Greg Wells as well as his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      MAY 31st, 2016 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Few producers in music can rival the pedigree and resume of Grammy-nominated producer, mixer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Greg Wells. The man The Police’s Stewart Copeland once dubbed “the Swiss Army knife” for his wide range of skills has crafted hits for everyone from Katy Perry and Adele to Timbaland featuring OneRepublic, All American Rejects and Deftones. Wells’ career has transcended sonic guidance, as the fluent guitarist, bassist, drummer and keyboard player has mastered the balance between hands-on help and drawing out an artist’s own sound regardless of genre.

In contrast to many of his peers, Wells’ career has never been about creating an aural stamp to imprint a “signature sound.” Despite his vast knowledge and lifelong interest in music, Wells prefers to be a guiding sensei in the studio rather than an overshadowing presence. “You have to jump into the pool with the artist and quickly assess what’s happening,” says Wells. “You want to hear somebody lost in their own performance with a complete lack of self-consciousness. For me, the goal is to shine the best light on the artist themselves and help them be as true to themselves as possible. I’m more the basketball coach than the player.” It’s this philosophy that has helped Wells write and produce some of the best-selling and highest-charting tracks of the past 15 years.

It is this diversity, versatility and musical fluency that continues to make him one of the most talented and sought-after producers, songwriters and musicians in the industry.


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May 24, 2016

TCHAD BLAKE

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Join Grammy-winning mixer Tchad Blake for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      MAY 24, 2016 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM  (GMT)

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Tchad Blake has been an impression discography, having worked with numerous artists and musicians, including Arctic Monkeys, State Radio, Apartment 26, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel, Pearl Jam, Tom Waits, Sheryl Crow, Crowded House, Tracy Chapman, The Dandy Warhols, The Black Keys, U2 and The Pretenders, amongst many others. Blake to date has won five Grammy Awards, including Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and Best Rock Album for Sheryl Crow's The Globe Sessions (1998), Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work on Suzanne Vega's Beauty & Crime (2007), and two Grammys for his work with The Black Keys on 2010's Brothers. He is well known in the industry for creating original sonic textures (often with unorthodox gear, such as everyday objects like wooden pipes, metal cans, and cardboard boxes), and constantly shifting mixes, as well as his use of binaural recording, resulting in a unique sound. Since Blake’s move to the UK in 2001, he worked for a number of years at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios, engineering, mixing, but also expanding into producing, clocking up credits like Gabriel, Travis, Phish, Tracy Chapman, and Bonnie Raitt. 

Although Blake made his name by pushing the sonic limits of the analogue domain, since 2005, he has worked almost entirely in the box. He has a Protools HD rig with an Icon D Control, plus a choice selection of loads of guitar pedals and a few pieces of outboard. Blake comments, “I’m 99.8% in the box now, as opposed to mixing off tape through a vintage API console at The Sound Factory or the very large SSL at Real World Studios in the past. The 0.2% represents instruments I add or pedal-style effects I use.”


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May 5, 2016

ANDREW SCHEPS

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Join Grammy-winning mixer and producer Andrew Scheps for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch his videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      MAY 5, 2016 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM  (GMT)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Andrew Scheps has an incredible career of achievements, which incorporates a credit list featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Michael Jackson, Robbie Robertson, Justin Timberlake, Iggy Pop, U2, Jay-Z, and many more, as well as several Grammy Awards.

Schep’s work on the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s album Stadium Arcadium in 2005 was a turning point for his approach to engineering. He found the band’s decision to record and mix entirely in analogue so alluring that he fitted his Punkerpad West studio with two Neve 8068 desks to go with his wall of analogue outboard. Scheps continued to work like this until the fall of 2013. Scheps was offered a project to mix, and because he was still in France, he had the choice of passing on the work or working in the box. He opted for the latter, and found what he initially regarded as a one-off, was much more attractive than anticipated. “Going back into the box wasn’t a sonic decision, but I actually rediscovered that I really like it. It’s great to be able to work on three or four songs at the same time. I have not gone back to working on the desk since then. While I miss some of the visceral hands-on aspects of the console, there is a lot of creative freedom working this way. It might seem like a drastic change, but it is only the tools that have changed: remarkably my philosophy and sound have stayed the same”. This latest dramatic change in his working methods has allowed Scheps to redefine the way he blends old-style and new working methods and technology. He continues to apply this in his mixes, and also as an engineer and producer.


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April 28, 2016

CHRIS LORD-ALGE

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Chris Lord-Alge for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch "Deconstructing a Mix" with Chris Lord-Alge as well as his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES    There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      APRIL 28, 2016 from 11:00AM  to 12:00PM Pacific Time

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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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.


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April 21, 2016

MICHAEL BRAUER

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Michael Brauer for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch the videos with Michael Brauer available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these concepts.

 

  ATTENDEES   There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      APRIL 21, 2016 from 11:00AM to 12:00PM Eastern Time (EST)

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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Michael Brauer is one of the founding members of the seminar program. Brauer has an impressive back catalogue, having worked with Luther Vandross, Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Coldplay, John Mayer, Ash, My Morning Jacket, Ben Folds, Eric Clapton, Prefab Sprout, Leonard Cohen, Pet Shop Boys, Dream Theater, Elle King, James Bay and Calle 13 to name but a few. He has won seven Grammy Awards, including best engineered album for John Mayer's "Battle Studies". He currently works in Electric Lady Studio B in New York, where he works with an SSL 9080 J-series desk, as well as an vast collection of outboard. The outboard is at the heart of Brauer’s approach to using compression and EQ, that is so elaborate that Brauer has given it a trademarked name: “Brauerize”. The mixer explains that it, “is the combination of a few different compression techniques, including multi-bus, parallel and post-fader send/return compression, which focus on mixing into compression, allowing me to ride instruments, vocals, and my entire mix, into the sweet spot.”

Brauer’s ‘Brauerizing’ technique, of parallel compression of vocals and/or instruments is complimented with his heavy use of software, which as he describes, allows things that one cannot get from the hardware, such as “great de-essers and fixing tools”.


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April 14, 2016

CHRIS LORD-ALGE

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Join Grammy-winning mixing engineer Chris Lord-Alge for an exclusive webinar during which he will go over his mixing approach and philosophy and answer all questions you may have about his workflow and techniques.

We recommend you watch "Deconstructing a Mix" with Chris Lord-Alge as well as his other videos available on the website as he will be also answering any questions about these videos.

 

  ATTENDEES   There will be a maximum of 10 participants.

  DATE      APRIL 14, 2016 from 11:00AM  to 12:00PM Pacific Time

  PARTICIPATION FEE       $99

 

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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.


Participation fee

$99


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