Sat, Apr 25 | Zoom Livestream

Mix Rescue with Frank Socorro

Live in studio stream with Frank Socorro breaking down your mixes and helping you get the most out of your tracks.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Apr 25, 2020, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
Zoom Livestream


During this session, Frank will listen to your mixes live and show you how you can immediately take them to the next level. He will share tips on tools that can be used during the recording process to give everyone the best source material. 

There are 3 levels of attendance:

Mix Rescue - Full Session (limited to 4)

Attendees can send a full session (PT session or Stems). Sessions will be opened during the livestream and we will discuss choices made during recording as well as mixing process everything from mic and preamp choice to room calibration and monitor selection. Everything affects your mix so everything should be discussed. 25-35 min per song.

This level is well suited for producers who mix their own projects or want feedback at the track level.

Mix Rescue - Mixdown (limited to 8)

Attendees can send a 2-track version of the mix. We will discuss the overall sound of your tracks and initial feelings of the mix. Discuss processing choices including mix bus treatment. 15-20 minutes per song.

This level is well suited for singer-songwriters doing demos or just folks who would prefer to only share their mixdown.

Online Attendee (Unlimited)

Attendees can listen in to the feedback on other’s tracks and participate in Q & As. This level is well suited for anyone who doesn't have any track to share but still wants to get insights. 

Frank Socorro

Grammy-Nominated Engineer & Producer (Mary J Blige, Nas, Cee-Lo)

Frank Socorro started his audio career in the early 2000's working in the Miami area recording the diverse styles that occur in a city that’s developed into the melting pot it is today. During that time an opportunity to work on a Bad Boy project put him on a fast track that led to him working with artists such as Mary J Blige, Lenny Kravitz and Lauryn Hill. Eventually he would land a position as head engineer for super producer Salaam Remi. This new position brought a wider range of projects from Nas and Cee-Lo to major motion picture work for Rush Hour and Sex and the City. Along the way came 5 GRAMMY nominations and several gold and platinum plaques. He currently operates his own studio while working with the future of audio at the SAE Miami campus. Learn more about Frank

  • Mix Rescue - Full Session
  • Mix Rescue - Mixdown
  • Online Attendee

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