Jean-Patrice Rémillard Audio art / Digital and Hybrid Music Mixing
In collaboration with REPAIRE
With the financial participation of Services Québec
• Maximum number of participants: 12
• 28 hours of training
• Cost: $180 plus taxes
• To register, contact the New Media Laboratory by phone or by email: 514-844-3250, ext. 230 or email@example.com.
• To train artists, creators and freelancers in order to update their technical and reflective skills surrounding music mixing and sound production practices.
• Empower and professionalize artists in relation to home studio practices.
• To offer participants time to create, to get to know their peers and to network around a specific medium.
The advent of home studios and the profound transformations in production methodologies and new criteria for digital distribution present a series of challenges for independent creators. The Digital and Hybrid Music Mixing course aims at equipping artists to perform an efficient sound mixing in an autonomous way to leave more room for listening and creativity.
Favoring a collective, inclusive and realistic approach, this training will serve as a bridge between DIY practices and the consultation of professional resources for music and sound mixing. It aims to empower artists in relation to home studio practices by introducing them to concrete approaches and strategies, as well as freely available online resources.
The training includes the creation and in-depth learning of mixing templates in the most popular Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) on OSX, PROTOOLS, STUDIO ONE, ABLETON LIVE, REAPER, etc… The entire course will deal with plug-ins, correction and creative production tools, in combination with analog consoles and processors, summing mixers and specialized touch controllers for mixing. An entire section of the course will be dedicated to the desirable transformation of a residential room into a sound studio, optimized by the positioning of furniture elements, the addition of acoustic treatments, the choice of reference loudspeakers and headphones, as well as the basic calibration of the entire system and the mixing sessions in this environment.
Jean-Patrice Rémillard, known primarily by his artist name Pheek, is a Canadian electronic musician and sound engineer based in Montreal, Canada. Pheek has been producing music and running his own label, Archipel, for over 20 years. During this time, Pheek has released over 23 albums and a wide variety of singles and EPs, and has played shows all over the world. In addition to creating his own work, Pheek also runs AudioServices.Studio, a platform for his mastering and mixing services out of his Montreal studio.
Stéphane Claude is an electronic-acoustic music composer, sound engineer, specialized consultant and sound designer. Since the birth of the New Media Laboratory, he is Head of Research of the Audio Sector at OBORO. His research focuses on the development and integration of conceptual and physiological structures in installation and performance contexts. His interests include the communication of formal and physical aesthetics as transductive experiences through digital audio processing, acoustics parameters and sound spaces.