It’s all about mixing and mastering

SAM in Chennai brings in Paul Waller to conduct an intensive workshop this month

Published: 09th January 2017 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th January 2017 07:12 PM   |  A+A-

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Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music brings to Chennai the internationally acclaimed music producer and mixer, Paul Waller for its seven day intensive ‘Mixing and Mastering’ workshop in collaboration with Garnish Music Production School, London. Scheduled to begin on January  30, the workshop is a part of the Spring trimester 2017 music production programmes being offered at SAM. It will provide an enriching experience in the field of mixing and mastering for all music production aspirants.

With an over-all experience of 25 years in music production, Paul will educate the participants in various mixing techniques including EQ, dynamics and effect processors, mixing vocals and mastering techniques.

The on-campus workshop will enable you to polish your mixing and mastering skills and enhance your overall skills of listening and fine tuning mixes. The application window for the programme will be open till January 23, 2017.

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