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Grammy-Awarded Producer/Engineer Roger Nichols Teaching Class At ProMedia Miami Pro Tools 8 Program

Nichols Delves Deep Into The Art & Science of Mixing As Part of PMT's Accelerated Program Curriculum; Feb. 25-Mar. 10, 2009

ProMedia Training has announced Grammy-Award-Winning Producer and Engineer Roger Nichols will teach a Master Class on March 8 as part of ProMedia Training’s Miami Music Production & Certification Program (February 25 – March 10, 2009).

Nichols will offer mixing training and insights, drawing upon his experience working with Digidesign’s production software and iconic artists such as Steely Dan, the Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, Frank Zappa, Crosby Stills & Nash, Roy Orbison, Plácido Domingo, Gloria Estefan, Mark Knopfler, James Taylor, and many others.

PMT’s Music Production & Certification Program is offered at its Miami facility (1926 NE 154th St., No. Miami, FL 33162), located in the heart of North Miami’s recording scene, blocks away from The Hit Factory/Criteria Studios and dozens of other music, TV and film studios.

ProMedia Training’s Miami Music Production & Certification Program—a 14-day, 112 clock-hour accelerated package—is one of PMT’s most comprehensive packages, geared towards the beginner-to-intermediate student.

The program includes four Digidesign certified courses, a mixing course, and a Reason course written by MIDI master Craig Anderton. The final Master Class, “All About Mixing”, is hosted exclusively by Roger Nichols, who explores both the “science” and the “art” of mixing.

Throughout the curriculum, students will learn proper setup, recording, editing and mixing, go in-depth into the world of plug-ins, MIDI, beat detective, elastic audio and the art and science of mixing, and learn the ins and outs of Reason.

Students will also work with sophisticated HD systems and control surfaces, and upon successfully completing the courses, will take the Digidesign exam for Certification. The package tuition also includes a free plug-in from Digidesign (valued at $500).

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