Waves Audio is continuing its Master Class event series—presented by live sound division WavesLive—with an upcoming mixing workshop at Delicate Productions in CA. This event is the second in a series, with the first recently held at Maryland Sound International (MSI) in Baltimore.
This next Master Class is scheduled for 10 am to 5 pm on Thursday, September 5 at the Delicate Productions facility located at 874 Verdulera Street in Camarillo, CA.
Front of house engineers Greg Price (Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath), Ken “Pooch” Van Druten (Linkin Park, Kid Rock, Kiss) and Sean “Sully” Sullivan (Beck, Beastie Boys, Sheryl Crow) will be on hand to inform live engineers about how to integrate Waves plug-ins into live mixing consoles.
Specifically, they will be presenting an up-close look at plug-in “problem-solvers” and a demonstration of how they use, and benefit from using, Waves plug-ins in their live mixing duties.
The presentation will be followed by an open Q&A session, with the opportunity for attendees to do some hands-on mixing using various consoles and Waves plug-ins.
Waves product specialists Luke Smith and Noam Raz will also be on hand to offer in-depth information on Waves plugi-ns and new technologies, including a presentation of DiGiGrid MGO and MGB (http://www.digigrid.net/products/) solutions on a Midas PRO console, focusing on playback of multitrack audio and real-time low-latency processing (running multiple plugins) via MultiRack/SoundGrid.
Jason Alt, president of Delicate Productions, states, “It is Delicate Productions’ pleasure to host the WavesLive event which gives new and existing users the opportunity to explore and gain insight into Wave products.”
Price notes, “I’m very excited to be part of the WavesLive Master Class Series coming to Los Angeles. This is a great way for all of us to get that “hands on” look at the tools great engineers are using in audio production today.” Van Druten adds, “These events are some of my favorites. The information exchanged is so invaluable, I always come away having learned heaps. If you’re a live sound engineer, I don’t know how you could not be there.” Sullivan concludes, “I’m really looking forward to the Delicate/WavesLive workshop. What a great way for people to get to see and hear the amazing plug-ins Waves has created for us in the live sound industry.”
To register, go here (http://waveslive-delicate.eventbrite.com/).