imgLas Vegas, NV (July 9, 2014)—Master Mix Live has moved into a new, 2,000 square-foot soundstage/studio. A flexible, multi-use facility that will alternate use as a recording studio, rehearsal facility and live sound instructional school, Master Mix Live is located in a private, secluded area five minutes from the Las Vegas strip.

The recording studio, opening September 1, will boast a control room built around a Neve Genesys console and Genelec studio monitoring system. Avid Pro Tools 10/11 systems will be used, making the most of various plug-ins and outboard gear on-hand from Sony, Sonnox, Avalon, Aviom, Drawmer, Focusrite, Neve, Waves, API and SSL.

As a rehearsal facility, Master Mix Live is equipped to handle of the rehearsal needs of a variety of productions, as the 2,000 square-foot soundstage/studio features Avid Venue, Midas, SSL and DiGiCo consoles; Electro-Voice and ISP Technologies monitor and FOH speaker systems; microphones from Shure, Sony, Lewitt and AKG; band gear and the option to multitrack-record rehearsals to Pro Tools 10HD systems. Additionally, the site also offers production office and kitchen facilities.

Master Mix Live’s next live audio class will start on September 22 and run through February 2015; the curriculum is designed with express focus for students to have maximum hands-on console teaching time to learn, and master the skills needed to become a proficient Live Audio Engineer.

Master Mix Live owner and head instructor, Rick Camp, has been a touring FOH engineer for more than three decades, having worked with acts such as Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce, Chris Brown, Mary J. Blige, Burt Bacharach, Natalie Cole, The Temptations, Anita Baker, Babyface and many others.

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