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Friday, October 22 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
How to Teach Music Mixing

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In the interest of continuing the well-received workshop series on Music Mixing (a five-part group of workshops over several years), the panelists have decided this time to focus more on teaching mixing rather than how we mix. An in-depth discussion will ensue on many topics: How to evaluate each students' basic skillset and approach at the beginning of the school year, how to ensure each student masters the fundamentals of mixing in a reasonable amount of time, and how to customize the learning experience for each candidate. Stereo and multichannel mixing techniques will be discussed, including immersive/3D mixing strategies. What works - and what doesn't work?!? This workshop will be beneficial to current and future educators and students alike. As an interactive online workshop, we expect to solicit many questions and comments from the audience.

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Richard King

McGill University
Richard King is an Educator, Researcher, and a Grammy Award winning recording engineer. Richard has garnered Grammy Awards in various fields including Best Engineered Album in both the Classical and Non-Classical categories. Richard is an Associate Professor at the Schulich School... Read More →

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avatar for Alex Case

Alex Case

Sound Recording Technology, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Alex U. Case, Past President of the Audio Engineering Society, is a total audio junkie who has dedicated his professional life to the study of the history, aesthetics, perception, signal processing, electro-acoustics and room acoustics for creating and enjoying sound recordings. Alex... Read More →
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George Massenburg

Associate Professor of Sound Recording, George Massenburg Labs
...designed, authored and presented the 1972 AES paper on the Parametric Equalizer and is regularly published in professional journals and trade magazines worldwide....chartered several electronics companies, most notably GML, INC (now GML, LLC) in 1982 to produce high-performance... Read More →
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Susan Rogers

Berklee College of Music
Susan Rogers holds a doctoral degree in experimental psychology from McGill University (2010). Prior to her science career, Susan was a multiplatinum-earning record producer, engineer, mixer and audio technician. She is best known for her work with Prince during his peak creative... Read More →


Friday October 22, 2021 7:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
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