Creative Use of Audio Plugins in a Mix: A Live Mixing Session with Grammy-Award Winner Stephen Roessner

11:40-13:00 on Monday, 2nd September

The Lab, Conservatoire

Join a Grammy-Award Winning Audio Engineer as he uncovers his methods for mixing and use of plugins to achieve creative sounds. The session will be a classroom-style lecture where attendees are free to ask questions about his use of plugins, workflow, and terrible opinions about music – much like what his students endure in his courses.

Stephen Roessner
Stephen Roessner

Stephen Roessner is a Grammy-Award winning audio engineer and Lecturer at The University of Rochester. For many years, he was a recording engineer at The Juilliard School where he worked with students and luminaries of the school. Since leaving Juilliard, Stephen has been an architect of creating the new Audio & Music Engineering program at The University of Rochester, where students are immersed in an environment of electrical engineering theory and audio practices. As a musician, he has toured the world as a drummer with Saxon Shore, Fuzzrod, and League, and continues to run his own audio production studio, Calibrated Sound.