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Following closely on the heels of several highly successful educational and intimate seminars featuring legendary producers/engineers Eddie Kramer and Tony Maserati, Waves Audio will be presenting its next Waves Masters on Tour event, An Evening with Master Mixer Ross Hogarth
, onThursday, May 28, 2009, at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California. A two-time GRAMMY winner and a frequent engineer, mix engineer and producer with such diverse acts as Jewel, R.E.M., Keb' Mo', Ziggy Marley, Celine Dion and countless others, Hogarth will share personal production tips, tricks and techniques at this lively session.
Specific topics covered will include: methods of tracking, mic-ing and mixing; Pro Tools production secrets, using exclusive sessions; enhancing mixes with compression, reverb, the Waves Studio Classics Collection and other tools; and much more.
About Ross Hogarth
Growing up in New York City during the influential punk scene of the 1970's, Hogarth began his musical career as a guitarist/singer/songwriter, playing in the wild downtown New York clubs. With good fortune paving his way to California, he had the rare opportunity to hook up with both the San Francisco Bay area's exploding New Wave music scene and Southern California's seminal rock scene. Natural evolution took him from doing live production and sound on the road with Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Fleetwood Mac and Little Feat to growing an extensive resumÃ© as a world class producer, mixer and recording engineer, as well as two-time GRAMMY award winner.
About the Waves Studio Classics Collection:
The Waves Studio Classics Collection bundle consists of three audio legends together for the first time in one box: the award-winning SSL 4000 Collection, The API Collection and classic British V-Series. This bundle offers Waves' hugely successful analog audio console emulators in a convenient package while allowing end users the flexibility to chain or combine any combination of the programs together with just the click of a mouse. Waves' R&D team went to great lengths to re-create these legendary consoles -- they do not just mimic the components and circuit schematics; they recreate every last nuance of original actual hardware behavior.
Pricing and Availability:
Thursday, May 28, 2009, 7:00 p.m.
Musicians Institute, 6752 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028
Space is limited, so please feel free to RSVP and reserve free tickets for this and other upcoming events by visiting the Waves website.