Pro Tools/Logic/Studio One
I started my career in the studio world by setting up shop when I was 13 years old with a 4 track and a couple of mics. I've always been playing one or several instruments growing up in original bands as well as cover bands and in churches. I have my own 150m2 studio in a town on the west coast of Sweden, I can fit anything from a singer/instrumentalist to a 30 piece orchestra there. I work mainly in pop/rock, soul, old school RnB and singer/Songwriter. I have a clear vision when I'm producing, and that comes from me spending time with the artist/band that I'm working with long before we even set foot in the studio. I come visit the rehearsal space and meet with the artist at least a month ahead to work on the songs and make the studio time really worth it. That sets me apart from other studio owners and producers especially here in Sweden.
I have taught recording and mixing techniques at the local university.
I have an idea that the class will experience a whole production from me hearing the song(s) for the first time to a completed mix. This is basically divided into 5 or 6 courses in the main course but I would be something that really hasn't been done interactively yet.
Styles: Pop, Rock, R&B, Country, Praise and Worship
Gear: Harrison Mixbus, Waves, Uad, Mcdsp, Slate, Izotope, Softube, Sound Radix and then some...
Rates: 500USD per song (producing or mixing) 50USD per hour. All prices is VAT excluded. 40USD per participant for an 1 hour long course.
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Mixing (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) - Tracking/Micing (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)
Editing (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) - Guitar pedals in recording and mixing (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)
Organic, inexpensive recordings that sounds like a million dollars. Mixing made available through the most precious gear that anyone owns, your ears.
I would like to explore the use of recording and mixing with the help of something that most of the home studio guys/girls have lying around. Guitar pedals! They can substitute far more expensive gear if applied properly.