20% off Fab Dupont's Master Class in Paris
Thanks to Audiofanzine, you can register to Fab Dupont's master class on August 22-23 in France with a 20% discount.
Fab Dupont will be at the Red Room Studio in Paris, France, on August 22-23 for an exceptional master class during which he will show his tracking and mixing techniques while recording a new Will Knox’ song with his band for his next album. You’ll learn how to mike the drums, bass, guitars and vocals by choosing the right microphones and preamps, how to manage the levels of each instrument, then edit and mix the tracks.
An important part of this master class will be dedicated to ear training and critical listening, Fab Dupont will also take special care of the low-frequency management, spatialization, compression optimization, 2 bus chain and more. Along with the technical part, you’ll also see how to work with the musicians so they can feel at ease and give the best during a recording session.
This master class is open to intermediate to advanced engineers and producers and will be given in English. 16 seats are available, but PureMix is offering two Audiofanzine readers a special 20% discount so they will pay $1,590 instead of $1,990. This price also includes a one-year PureMix subscription (a $269 value), a pair of Focal Spirit Professional headphones (a $349 value), lunch and dinner. Accommodations are not included.
To register and take advantage of the special offer, visit www.puremix.net.
The Red Room Studio is located at 4 bis rue Honoré d’Estienne d’Orves in Suresnes (Paris).
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