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Recording and mixing workshop provides immerse experience in a working studio environment 

September 24, 2020, Fort Wayne, IN – Sweetwater Studios, the state-of-the-art recording studio arm of music retailer Sweetwater Sound, have announced that they will be hosting the next in their ongoing series of Recording Master Class sessions with Texas hard rockers Black Heart Saints. The session will take place between November 19-21 at Sweetwater Studios in Fort Wayne, IN and is an opportunity for attendees to learn the process of recording and mixing in a working studio environment alongside the band and Sweetwater Studios’ team of expert engineering staff. The in-person workshop will also be observing national health and safety guidelines regarding COVID-19 to ensure a safe and secure experience for all attendees. 

  • Who: Sweetwater Studios Producer/Engineer Shawn Dealey
  • What: Recording Master Class with Black Heart Saints
  • Where: Sweetwater Studios, 5501 US Highway 30 West, Fort Wayne, IN
  • When: Thursday November 19, 2020 through Saturday, November 21, 2020 from 9am to 6pm

“In these sessions we’ll be showing our participants how you can capture the energy, intensity, and grit of a live rock n’ roll band in the studio while still getting clean takes and having full-bodied production,” explained Sweetwater Studios Producer/Engineer Shawn Dealey. “We’re pleased to have Black Heart Saints join us for this Master Class session.”

Dialing in the dirt

Black Heart Saints have been tearing up stages and speakers with their energetic hard-driving brand of golden age-influenced rock since 2014 out of their home base of Austin, Texas. They have quickly climbed the ranks in the live arena, opening for acts like Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, Sevendust, Buckcherry, and Stryper and impressing audiences with their fire, chops, and charisma. The band consists of Josh Ross on vocals, Mark Sean on guitar, Nathan Flores on Drums, and Ian C.G. on bass and they are currently touring in support of their latest EP, entitled ‘Misery’. 

Sweetwater engineer shawn dealey

Sweetwater Studios Producer/Engineer Shawn Dealey

Sweetwater Producer/Engineer Shawn Dealey has spent his career behind the boards both in the studio and at front of house for artists like Counting Crows, Goo Goo Dolls, Avril Lavigne, and Santana. In addition to working at Sweetwater Studios as a producer and engineer, he is also currently the front of house engineer for Sweetwater’s Clyde Theatre in Fort Wayne.

Registration is just $595 per person and includes:

  • Three full day of learning sessions in Sweetwater Studios, including lunch
  • Special meet-and-greet dinner with Shawn, Josh, Mark, Nathan, and Ian
  • Certificate of completion

To register, please email [email protected] or call (800) 386-6434.

To learn more, please visit https://sweetwaterstudios.com/workshops/black-heart-saints/

About Sweetwater Studios

Sweetwater Studios is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sweetwater Sound, Inc., the largest online music instrument retailer in the country. With three world-class studios designed by Russ Berger and access to a greater diversity of musical equipment and professional audio gear than any other recording studio in the world, Sweetwater Studios is able to accommodate just about any recording, mixing or mastering project, no matter how simple or complex. Sweetwater Studios also has an exceptional staff of producers, engineers, session musicians and studio technicians to ensure that any artist will get personalized, first-class treatment from start to finish.

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