SonicScoop visited some Studios in L.A. recently that feature large acoustic environments that boast extreme sonic clarity and consistency. Ryan Hewitt, the Grammy award winning producer is set to teach a class on various Mixing Techniques at the studios on Saturday, February 23, from 10AM to 6PM. Enrollment is limited to 25 attendees. Hewitt will lead attendees through the mixing process, looking at everything from equipment setup to developing the mix and sourcing the best sound.
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Master classes with Ryan Hewett. Someone is going to win this.
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Thanks, for this.
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