Immersive In-Ear Mixing Courses Offered by KLANG

Mike Dias — Executive Director of IEMITO — to be part of KLANG ongoing 'How Do You Immerse' video series.

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August 19, 2020

KLANG has been actively working on solutions for online streaming events during the shutdown. Part of their success has been teaching the basics of immersive audio for streaming concerts. Their free online courses include lectures on binaural basics, console integration, and of course — personal mixing.

They've also been broadcasting a weekly feature called How Do You Immerse. IEMITO is honored to share our insights and to stand with industry giants like Tater, Jerry Harvey, Pontus Norgren, Erik Rogers, and Jason “Redz” Reynolds.

We'll discuss why trade organizations matter — especially during times like these — and how IEMITO acts as a neutral portal to connect Musicians, Sound Engineers and Manufacturers.

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