— Cherney’s seven “Deconstructing a Mix” videos offer well over two hours of invaluable mixing technique and perspective —
Los Angeles, CA —GRAMMY® and TEC award-winning producer/engineer/mixer Ed Cherney is among the latest music industry legends to contribute to the Mix with the Masters online video tutorial series. Cherney’s contribution is part of the ongoing “Deconstructing a Mix” series, which features industry masters sharing their insights into the techniques used to achieve polished, professional mixes. Cherney’s seminar is split up into seven parts offering over two hours of knowledge, wisdom and wit from one of the most successful producer-engineers in modern music. The videos, currently available to view for registered members of the Mix with the Masters online services, were recently recorded at The Village Studios in Los Angeles. Part one can be found here: https://mixwiththemasters.com/video/deconstructing-mix-12-part-1. View a trailer for the entire Cherney series here: https://youtu.be/OR9UoPLxzEc.
Victor Lévy-Lasne, founder of the Mix with the Masters seminar program and enhancement materials (including the online video tutorials), states, “We are very proud to announce our 12th ‘Deconstructing a Mix’ series with GRAMMY award-winning producer and engineer Ed Cherney. In this exclusive 2-hour video, Ed Cherney mixes the song 'Game On' by The Rides at the legendary Village Studios on a Neve 8048 while explaining his methods and techniques step by step.”
Cherney is especially known for his work with a wide array of artists, among them Iggy Pop, Bob Seger, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Jann Arden, Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, to name just a few. Highly respected by his peers, Cherney has amassed six GRAMMY nominations and three wins, including a 2004 award for Buddy Guy’s Blues Singer, and a nomination for Willie Nelson’s Summertime at the upcoming awards. In 1994, he took home the coveted Best Engineered Album award for Bonnie Raitt's Longing in Their Hearts, a year in which he, remarkably, recorded and mixed three out of the five albums nominated in that category. Cherney has a long association with The Recording Academy® Producers & Engineers Wing®, an organization he co-founded and of which he currently holds the positions of Co-Chair and National Trustee.
For more information on Cherney, please visit http://edcherney.com/.