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Top Recording Schools Add MiLaR to Curriculum

Educators tout Mix It Like A Record as indispensable teaching aid

Seattle, WA – Mix It Like A Record, a popular interactive mixing course authored by Grammy-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye and produced by Kagi Media, has been added to the curriculum at several well-known recording schools and colleges across the country, and is garnering endorsements from the music industry’s top educators as an excellent resource to teach the subject of mixing, a craft that at one time was seen as un-teachable.

“For years books and magazines have tried to convey the art of mixing,” said Chris Davie, Director of SAE Institute in Miami, engineer and mixer (Vince Gill, George Strait, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood). “Mix It Like A Record’s format goes one step further by bringing the viewer directly into the mix with techniques, discussions and practice sessions. In our educational environment it’s the perfect resource.”

“Dye has tackled a topic I wouldn’t even know where to begin with, and succeeds with Mix It Like A Record,” continues Eric Schilling, a 12 time Grammy winner.

Learn to Mix it Like a Record 

Kagi Media releases interactive mixing course with Charles DyeSeattle, WA- Kagi Media, producer of pioneering professional audio training products, announces Mix It Like A Record

, a DVD/Pro Tools session based mixing course taught by multi-platinum, Grammy-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye. 

A comprehensive mixing course, where Dye (Lauryn Hill, Jon Bon Jovi, Sammy Hagar, Julio Iglesias) goes into the studio to teach how to get big sounding, record-quality mixes. The user will learn how to get amazing sounds using the latest plug-ins, breathe emotion into the music with automation, and make the artist sound like a star. Featuring three hours of instruction and 40 Pro Tools TDM & LE sessions on the ROM layer.Shot at Supersonic Studios in Miami, a beautiful ICON-based control room, the lessons dive deep into the heart of mixing by dissecting a mix; channel by channel, plug-in by plug-in, and automation move by move. Laying bare the reasoning behind every single tweak of Dye’s mix.