Mixing for Movement: Audio Mixing Workshop
All roads lead to the final mix...every little step in pre production, arrangement, recording, and performance meets at the finish line of the final mix. The mix can't really create the intended impact if any of the cogs were deficient, but given the ideal contribution by each element, it can amplify the ingredients to their maximum potential. At the core are two essential elements of listening and reacting, based on the reaction to listening. It’s cyclical, where you, the mix engineer is the first person who gets to “hear” the mix while it’s being created.
The workshop aims to clarify and stress on this, the key aspect of the mixing process. It is essential that the mix engineer stays true to his / her instinct and mixes with the intent to preserve that instinct.
MEET YOUR MENTOR
SAE alumni, Gaurav Chintamani is the Course Director of the Audio Engineering and Music Production Programme at the Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication (SACAC). Gaurav is also a professional musician and music producer, who has been working in the industry for close to two decades He owns Quarter Note Studios, one of the most reputed recording studios and music production houses in New Delhi and has produced content for a variety of projects, from radio and TV broadcast, independent documentaries, short films, ad-films, theatre productions and feature films. Gaurav is also a member of Advaita, one of India’s most respected music ensembles.
WHO IS THIS FOR
Anyone who has ever intended to make a meaningful image out of these (mixing) elements of the proverbial jigsaw puzzle, this workshop intends to improve that skill.
Whether you're a producer looking to make your scratches sound better or a musician looking to make better sound recordings for your band, this workshop will help you make better sounding mixes, period.
Quarter Note Studios
A 196 basement, Shivalik Road, Block A, Shivalik Colony, Malviya Nagar, Block A, Shivalik Colony, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110017