creativeLIVE is a growing company that provides education sessons for creative professionals via web video. These sessions are shot live in the studio and you can view them for free at that time. Later you've got to pay. So be sure to mark your calendar for upcoming music production and business courses, some of them running for multiple days. Courses include Andrew Wuepper on getting your first studio job and Musformation's Jesse Cannon on DIY Mastering.
"In this one-day workshop, elite engineer/mixer Andrew Wuepper will teach you everything they DON'T teach you in recording school-- the industry secrets that will separate you from the rest of the pack and help you land the job that will launch your career. Sharing the insights he’s gained working with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Katy Perry, Andrew will cover everything you need to know to get your foot in the door and up the music industry ladder."
"During this 2-day course, longtime industry professionals — and best-selling authors — Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan will take you step-by-step through their proven techniques for creating steady revenue streams in the music business."
12/10: DIY Mastering - Jesse Cannon
"In this two-day workshop, sound engineer Jesse Cannon — who’s worked with the likes of Ross Robinson, Saves the Day, Animal Collective, The Misfits and Man Overboard — shares what he’s learned about mastering from working at top-tier studios like WestWestSide Music and Cannon Found Soundation."
1/16/04: Advanced Drum Production - Eyal Levi
"In this three-day class, free to watch while live, you'll learn the real-world production techniques that producer Eyal Levi uses every day at Audiohammer Studios — on albums for bands like The Black Dahlia Murder, August Burns Red, Chelsea Grin, and Whitechapel."
Check the course pages for more on the workshops and the instructors.
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