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Renowned Mastering Engineer Bob Katz, author of Mastering Audio, will be presenting: Audio Mastering in 2014 at Full Sail College in Orlando on 21st March and at The University of Miami on 26th March!

Glenn Schick will be speaking at SAE Institute Atlanta on 19th March about principles in mastering including setting up a mastering chain, metadata, ISRC codes, formats for delivery to different markets, editing, room set up and more!

Meet and learn from these world-class engineers yourself!

Bob Katz

Bob KatzBob Katz is one of the best known mastering engineers in today’s music industry. His work has received numerous important accolades, not least of all 3 Grammy awards!

On top of his incredible music production achievements Bob is no stranger to technical audio; he built the first useable model of an oversampled A/D converter to produce the world’s first oversampled commercial recordings, recorded the first commercial 96kHz/24bit audio DVD as well as inventing and patenting an ambience recovery algorithm which has been commercialized in several products.

Bob Katz has been the chair of various AES sections and conventions, whilst his book, Mastering Audio, has gone through nine printings, two editions and for many mastering engineers, it is the bible.

Bob will be speaking with Prism Sound & Recording at Volpe 207 Wednesday, March 26, at 6:30 p.m.

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The MuE family would like to extend a big thanks to Bob Katz and Prism Sound for visiting last week. We had a big turnout and learned a lot. Below are some pictures from the evening. Thanks again!

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Bob Katz Presenting at UM


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