Avid Announces A Live Sound Webinar

US Mixing and recording tips from Ken Pooch Van Druten      04/03/13

Avid Announces A Live Sound Webinar


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Avid has announced that it will be hosting a Live Sound Webinar with award-winning live sound and recording engineer Ken "Pooch" Van Druten on Wednesday 6 March at 6pm GMT. Here's the details..

WHAT: Award-winning live sound and recording engineer Ken "Pooch" Van Druten has toured with some of the biggest names in music, including Linkin Park, Beastie Boys, Eminem, Guns N' Roses, and Earth, Wind & Fire. This webinar takes a look at what sets Pooch's mixes apart from others.


WHO: In this free webinar with Avid host Robert Scovill, Pooch will take a look at his career and discuss how he got to where he is today, dissecting his approach to mixing with VENUE and providing insight into his systems and workflows. Pooch will also cover his mixing and recording techniques – through actual tour show files -- and answer audience questions.

WHEN: This webinar will take place on Wednesday 6 March 2013 at 6pm GMT


Pricing and Availability:

Free

More information and registration:

 


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