Today, we are officially 4 weeks away from MixCon 2017.
As noted in our earlier “Save The Date” announcements, MixCon is shaping up to be even bigger and better than ever this year!
So join us July 8th and 9th for some unforgettable mix walkthroughs from some very major mixers including:
[Daft Punk, Chairlift, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson]
[Tribe Called Quest, Erykah Badu, D’Angelo, India Arie]
[Run the Jewels, El-P, Killer Mike, Aesop Rock]
[Pharell Williams, Jeezy, Rick Ross, Keyshia Cole]
[Rush, Dream Theater, Aerosmith, Def Leppard]
[Lou Reed, Nick Cave, John Zorn, Laurie Anderson]
These luminaries will be cracking open the hood on some real mixes to give us a peek at their process, their approach, and how they use their tools.
As always, limited tickets to these presentations are available 100% free to the public thanks to our sponsors, this time: Universal Audio, Soundtoys, Avid, Alto Music Brooklyn, Plugin Alliance, McDSP, iZotope, Audio Technica, and The Manhattan Center Studios.
To sign up for the presentations of your choice, just visit the MixCon Eventbrite page by clicking here. To tell all your friends or add it to your social calendar, check out the Facebook events by clicking here.
We’re going to be in the Grand Ballroom of the Manhattan Center this year: A larger venue than ever, with better sound, better lighting, better projection, and get this—even an open bar at 7:30pm Saturday July 8th to help celebrate the event, courtesy of the Manhattan Center Studios!
Join us July 8th and 9th for an unforgettable weekend full of mix walkthroughs, panel discussions with industry luminaries, and hands-on demos and listening sessions featuring select new gear.
But we’re not only taking over the stage. The Manhattan Center’s two incredible large-scale, world-class studios will be open for the event as well: The legendary Log Cabin, as well as a newly-renovated and upgraded Studio 7, which will be making its premiere to the general public.
Can’t wait for more MixCon? Check out a couple presentations from 2015 and 2016 below. Ready to sign up to go, free? Click here.