3 Hour Seminar
Saturday October 13
4pm - 7pm
1500 Sound Academy 8729 Aviation Blvd, Inglewood, CA 90301
Preparing a session
Managing the room
Using your ears
Using your monitors
Jean-Marie Horvat: Philosophy of the Mix
According to Jean-Marie, you need three things to mix a record: your ears, your monitors, and your imagination. While this may seem obvious, his philosophy is much deeper than it appears!
Jean-Marie gives insight on how your sonic personality creates unique mixes.
Jean-Marie will bring his decades of Grammy-winning experience as well as actual Pro Tools sessions he will explore for participants.
VIP: prefered front row/listening feedback session with Jean-Marie
General Admission: lecture admission
- Philosophy of the mix.
- Using your ears and imagination.
- Preparing for a mix.
- Philosphy of the session.
About Jean-Marie Horvat:
Jean-Marie Horvat got his start in the early 90’s as a mixer/engineer/remixer for Teddy Riley. During his 5 year tenure, he engineered and mixed a long list of stellar projects which included songs for Michael Jackson’s “Dangerous”, Wreckx-N-Effect’s “Hard or Smooth” and the hit debut Bobby Brown and Blackstreet albums.
Jean-Marie’s ability to work in such diverse styles as Hip Hop, R&B, Rock and Gospel has led him to be one of the preeminent mixers in the business. He has worked with a host of top producers including Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Stargate, Polow Da Don, The Neptunes, R. Kelly, Scott Storch, Just Blaze, Bryan-Michael Cox, Babyface, Rodney Jerkins and will.i.am. He has been honored with two Grammy Award nominations for his work on Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name” and Kirk Franklin’s “Revolution”, and a Latin Grammy Award nomination for the smash Beyonce f/Shakira “Beautiful Liar.”
Additional chart-topping mixes include Trey Songz’ “Say Aah”, Jessie J’s “Price Tag“, T.I. feat. Justin Timberlake “Dead And Gone“, Keri Hilson’s “Turnin Me On“, J Holiday’s “Bed” & “Suffocate”, Chris Brown’s #1 Single “Say Goodbye”, LeToya Luckett’s “Torn”, Omarion’s “Entourage”, Jennifer Lopez’s smash “Jenny From The Block”, Ginuwine’s “Differences” & “In Those Jeans”, Frankie J’s “How To Deal”, Marques Houston’s “Clubbin” & “Pop That Booty” to name a few.