Eddie Kramer at Studio La Fabrique with Mix With the Masters
It’s an honor to have Studio La Fabrique in France, and Mix With the Masters using my photo of Eddie Kramer for the upcoming seminar in April.
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MIX with the MASTERS 2012 – Exceptional One-Week Music Production Seminars
We are glad to announce that recording engineers, producers and mixers JOE CHICCARELLI, EDDIE KRAMER and AL SCHMITT will each conduct a week-long seminar in April 2012 in Studio La Fabrique (www.studioslafabrique.com) in Saint-Rémy de Provence, France.
During each session, a series of workshops will be held ranging from production and mixing techniques to career advices. The guest speakers will be working with the attendees to produce, record and mix a song with a band as well as working on the participants’ projects.
Guests are provided with accommodation and meals and stay in the residential part of La Fabrique mansion for 7 days.
They will be able to utilize the great facilities the house has to offer including the swimming pool, the fitness center and the gardens.
For more information or to submit an application, visit:
YouTube – MixWithTheMASTERS’s Channel
EDDIE KRAMER is an audio engineer and producer who has worked with, among others, Led Zeppelin, Triumph, Kiss, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Spooky Tooth, Peter Frampton, Curtis Mayfield, Santana, Anthrax, Carly Simon, Loudness, and Robin Trower.
KRAMER joined Olympic Sound Studios in London, where he engineered albums for acts including Traffic, Small Faces, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix, for whom Kramer engineered every album from Are You Experienced to The Cry of Love. After Hendrix’s death he co-produced War Heroes, Rainbow Bridge and Hendrix in the West.
In 1968, KRAMER moved to New York to work at the Record Plant, engineering Hendrix’s Electric Ladyland LP and also worked with Vanilla Fudge, Joe Cocker and NRBQ. Working independently from 1969, Kramer engineered Led Zeppelin II – the first of five albums he engineered for the band.
EDDIE KRAMER was director of engineering at Electric Lady Studios from 1970-1974, producing the posthumous Hendrix records, as well as albums by Carly Simon, Sha Na Na, Jobriath and Peter Frampton. While there he engineered albums for artists as diverse as Dionne Warwick and David Bowie.
He produced and engineered Buddy Guy’s Slippin’ In (1995), which received a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Record and a W.C. Handy Blues Foundation Album of the Year award.
In 2010, KRAMER produced and engineered a single for the Claire Stahlecker Band called “Never Stop Lovin’ You”.
EDDIE KRAMER will conduct a MIX With The MASTERS masterclass from April 11th until April 17th, 2012.
Eddie Kramer’s official website: http://eddiekramer.net/