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EQ Artist Master Class Webcast with Craig Anderton: Secrets of Signal Processing

May 7, 2008
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EQ is proud to present a live online Master Class hosted by acclaimed author, musician, and EQ Executive Editor Craig Anderton. Following up his immensely successful mastering webinar, Craig's new Master Class shows how to get more out of signal processors than you ever thought possible. While centered around the latest generation of audio plug-ins, most of these tips and techniques apply to hardware as well.

In this hour-long Master Class, you’ll learn practical, hands-on, cutting-edge info—underlined by a constant stream of video and audio examples—on topics like the following:

  • All about side-chaining—from problem-solving to dance mixes
  • Head trips: New dimensions in stereo placement
  • Creative ways to use vocoders
  • Convolution: Why just settle for reverb?
  • Secrets of parallel processing
  • Guitar amp simulator techniques for electronic drums and keyboards
  • Exploiting synthesizers as signal processors
  • Better guitar amp sounds through restoration software
  • New applications for dynamics control
  • Creating the ultimate wa-wa
  • “Playing” signal processors with MIDI control

…and much more—LIVE Master Class attendees were able to participate in real-time, live Q&A with Craig after the main presentation and were entered to win a McDSP Emerald Pack Native version valued at $1495, or a TC Electronic PowerCore X8 unit valued at $1745! 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to amplify your creativity and improve your recordings in new, exciting, and above all, highly musical ways!

 

Here are some comments on Craig’s previous mastering seminar:

“Thanks Craig—that was awesome!” (Carl Cleaver)
“I learned even more than I hoped for.” (Bryan Holst)
“That mono tip was worth the cost of the whole thing!” (Jim DeSalvo)
“I have been mastering for 20 years – you did a fine job.” (Jim Trevino)
“I look forward to the next class!” (Thomas Andy Leonard)
“Great seminar!” (Sgambati Bill)
“Bravo!” (Tyler Stone)
“Great ideas these seminars, thanks for doing it Craig. Encore!” (Arne Nordwall)

 

This is a unique opportunity to learn some new skills directly from a recording legend in the comfort of your own home studio!

What:      EQ Artist Master Class Webcast
               Craig Anderton: Secrets of Signal Processing

Cost:      $15.00

View at:
www.visualwebcaster.com/musicplayernetwork/storefront

 

And if that’s not enough... Attendees of the LIVE Master Class were entered to win one of two products from our sponsors:

EmeraldPackNative 
McDSP Emerald Pack Native
McDSP’s world-renowned emulations of vintage equalizers, compressors, tape machines and channel amps, combined with custom console modeling and the latest technology in convolution reverb and mastering limiters are available together in the McDSP Emerald Pack. Valued at $1495!

 

PowerCore-X8 
TC Electronic PowerCore X8 
PowerCore X8 features eight DSP engines, 14 included plug-ins as well as PowerCore 3.0 system software, which adds new user interfaces and features to the PowerCore platform. The X8 also comes with a $500 plug-in voucher redeemable at www.tc-now.com for optional PowerCore plug-ins. PowerCore X8 is valued at $1745!

 

MusiciansAtlas 
In additon, all LIVE registered attendees will qualify for the Music Player Network discount on the 2008 print edition of the Musician’s Atlas and AtlasOnline membership. Add muscle to your career with the best-selling annual contact directory and the ultimate music biz machine. Whether in print or interactive, The Musician’s Atlas makes it easy for you to make, market & sell your music more successfully. You’ll book more gigs and sell more music with the Musician’s Atlas and AtlasOnline!

 

 

CraigAnderton
About Craig Anderton
Craig Anderton has given seminars on music technology in 37 states, 10 countries, and three languages. An award-winning engineer and active musician, he plays in the band EV2 with Brian Hardgroove from Public Enemy, and in Europe with legendary German musician Dr. Walker. He is also Executive Editor for EQ magazine and Editor-in-Chief of 
www.harmony-central.com.

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