fixintogetmixin at The Kennedy Center! I'm proud and honored to have presented my latest class in front of a record crowd hosted by The Kennedy Center. This is my biggest class yet with 150 people in attendance. Thanks to everyone at The Kennedy Center, Harman, JBL, Soundcraft, Sigmet, Brainworx, and Plugin Alliance for the support, and a big thank you to all who attended. I want to give a special thanks to Byron Gaither and Tom Der for always being there for me on this journey. It's hard to believe that this started out as a conversation between and myself and Greg Jones of Harman and has now grown into a very successful endeavor. Have a good show everybody!
My first international fixintogetmixin class was a huge success. The Harman team in India went way above and beyond my expectations and really delivered an outstanding event. I hope to return next year and do this again. Until next time......Have a good show everybody!!!
Brad Divens, current Enrique Iglesias and renowned FOH engineer, loves nothing more than having an opportunity, in between shows, to sit down with engineers of all levels to share his love for the art of the mixing process and creating the perfect final live mix. Every so often, Brad is able to carve out time for one of his legendary fixintogetmixin classes that are open to all levels of engineers and free of charge. continue
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Here we go. Brad Divens is currently out with Enrique Iglesias. But with a rich CV including Garbage,
Linkin Park and Janes Addiction. He will talk through his processes right from the input gain through to the final live mix. This is for all levels of engineers. If you're a high end engineer it's a chance to share ideas and get a different perspective. If you're a novice it's a great introduction. We will run parallel consoles so you can try stuff as we go through. It's going to be from 11am. Ticket and registration information to follow. But it is free. And open to all. The Troxy also has our new VTX A12 install. And it's 30 minutes from London City Airport. In the meantime here's a video of Brad talking about the wonders of the VTX system.