Rachel Alina is a New York City mixing engineer and Berklee Professor who has worked in every studio set-up imaginable, with artists ranging from Stephen Marley and Katy Perry to Gabriel Garzón-Montana and P!nk.
Rachel is hosting an exclusive summer mixing workshop designed to provide real life mixing mentorship, giving students both access to the music industry and focused mix instruction. Workshop is held in a private Facebook Group online.
Space is limited - sign up below!
**Workshop participants receive a 50% Educational Discount from iZotope
Weekly live chats for mixing instruction: Each week, Rachel will host a one hour video chat via Facebook + Zoom to review the weekly focus, demonstrate various mixing techniques, and answer questions from workshop participants.
Bi-Weekly mix submissions: Every OTHER week, participants will submit one mix for feedback. Participants have the option of submitting to the group for peer feedback AND Rachel’s feedback, or privately for Rachel’s feedback alone.
An opportunity for professional mixing credit: For the mixes you’ll be working on, Rachel has gathered tracks from professional artists in New York City to include for class. The artists themselves will listen to everyone’s final mixes, and if they like a mix they will release it! Mixing credits are one of the best ways to fuel your career, and in this workshop you will have the opportunity for just that.
Flexibility to fit to your own career: Participants will also have the option of mixing whatever they like for the 4 mixes, they are not tied to the artists mixes Rachel provides. If you have a project you’re working on that you would like to workshop before you release, you are absolutely welcome to use those mixes for your 4 class mixes.
Rachel Alina ProTools Template Session: Rachel will include an example of her own mix template. This will include all of her standard bussing and routing, as well as a few mix examples such as a starter vocal chain, drum bus, effects settings, parallel processing, and more!
If you’ve never worked with Rachel before, you might like to check out an interview she gave for One Thing Real Quick* last month. Rachel and Evan spent some time mulling her background, chatting about her recent Faculty Appointment at Berklee College of Music, and reflecting on the power of mentorship.
*OTRQ is a New and Noteworthy podcast, hitting Top 10 in the Apple Podcasts’ U.S. design chart