When it comes to the art of hybrid mixing, few are capable of blending analog and digital technology better than Ross Hogarth. With a deep discography of credits that runs the gamut of genre and artists, Hogarth has helped contribute to the evolution of recording and mixing techniques over several decades. Now the famed engineer, mixer and producer is coming to Vintage King Nashville to share his tricks and tips on using the best gear from both worlds.
Taking place on April 9th, from 6PM to 8PM, the hybrid mixing event with Ross Hogarth at Vintage King Nashville will focus on unique ways to create incredible audio tracks utilizing consoles, outboard, hardware and software. Using all types of gear throughout his career, Hogarth has contributed to countless projects including Roger Waters, Motley Crue, R.E.M., John Fogerty, Van Halen, Ziggy Marley and more. In addition to being a three-time Grammy winner, Ross recently received three 2015 nominations for his work on Keb' Mo's BLUESAmericana.
As a part of the Nashville event, Hogarth is bringing along some of his most trusted equipment from Retro Instruments. Known for making vintage-styled gear that is tailor made for the modern recording studio, Retro Instruments has created countless tube classics including the Doublewide Tube Compressor, Sta-Level Tube Compressor, 176 Limiting Amplifier, 2A3 Dual Program EQ and their latest, the OP-6 Portable Amplifier.
If you're interested in learning from one of the masters of hybrid mixing, this Nashville event featuring Ross Hogarth is sure to be both an entertaining and educational night. Additionally, Vintage King will be giving away hard drives from Glyph Production Technologies, which will make attending that much sweeter.