Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Barry Rudolph "Deconstructing the Mix"

Noted recording engineer/mixer/journalist Barry Rudolph will conduct a music-mixing seminar at The Studio at Sam Ash Canoga Park on the evening of Tuesday October 23.

Entitled "Deconstructing The Mix," the seminar will follow Rudolph step-by-step through the mixing process he used in the final mixes of several recent record projects. Mixing inside Pro Tools HD, the primary focus for this tutorial will be his sonic concepts, musical aesthetic and the methods used to attain them.

Rudolph's vast discography includes engineering and mixing numerous gold/platinum certified records by artists Rod Stewart, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hall and Oates, The Corrs, BB Mak, Pat Benatar, Robbie Nevil, Enrique Iglesias, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Mathis, Mick Jagger, Selena, Tony Williams, Levon Helm, John Prine, Keith Moon, and The Beach Boys. He has worked with producers Tom Dowd, Steve Cropper, Jerry Fuller, Oliver Leiber, David Gamson, Neil Giraldo, Rick Rubin, Rafael Botijja-Perez, Stanley Clarke, Kevin Savigar and Rob Cavallo, to name a few.

Rudolph also writes product reviews and features for Mix Magazine and authors the "New Toys" column in L.A.-based Music Connection Magazine.

The Studio at Sam Ash Canoga Park. 20934 Roscoe Blvd. at De Soto Ave. Tuesday Oct. 23 at 7pm. Seating is limited for this free clinic. RSVP by email or by calling 818-709-5650.

UPDATE: Due to the success of this clinic, Barry Rudolph will conduct a Deconstructing the Mix 2 seminar on December 3.

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