Sign-up for a one-on-one session with Mike Senior – get a critique of your mix and answers to your small studio questions!
Best-selling author of Mixing Secrets for the Small Studio and Sound on Sound’s Mix Rescue and Mix Review columnist Mike Senior will be available for ½ hour private sessions on Saturday, October 27th between 11:00am-12:00pm and Sunday, October 28th between 9:30am to 12:30pm in the Focal Press booth, #1208. And it is FREE!
Bring a recording of your mix (Mike will have the necessary equipment to listen to it,) bring your questions, bring pictures of your small studio – this is your chance to get expert one-on-one advice!
If you are interested, contact Sloane Stinson to set up an appointment.
Check out some mixes Mike has rescued below!
About Mike Senior:
Mike developed an interest in recording while studying for a Music Degree at Cambridge University, and worked as an assistant engineer at a number of London studios including RG Jones, West Side, Angell Sound, and Music By Design. Following an MSc in Music IT at City University, he landed a full-time job as in-house engineer at Great Linford Manor Studios, working with artists such as The Charlatans, Reef, Therapy, Nigel Kennedy, and Wet Wet Wet. In October 1999, he moved back to Cambridge and joined the editorial department of Sound On Sound magazine full-time, where he was Reviews Editor for six years and presided over the launch of the popular ‘Studio SOS’ and ‘Mix Rescue’ columns. He now devotes his time to freelance engineering and writing for Sound On Sound, as well as training and consultancy for a number of educational institutions. His best-selling book Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio provides a complete mixing guide based around the techniques of more than 100 of the world’s most famous producers.
Check out Mike’s extensive collection of free online resources page which provide hundreds of in-depth audio demonstration files, the huge ‘Mixing Secrets’ Free Multitrack Download Library for students/teachers, detailed budget-friendly hardware/software recommendations (including Mike’s Freeware Top Ten), dozens of mix critiques (with audio files) for ear-training in The Great ‘Blood To Bone’ Mixoff, and lots of links to further reading.