About this Event
James K Lewis (Rudimental, Charli XCX, Lykke Li). Based in Sydney, the British record producer and CEO of Disruptive Entertainment is a specialist in Dolby Atmos mixing. He will be running his successful “That Mix Seminar”, a deep dive into mixing, over a weekend at Roundhead Studios in Auckland on the 25th and 26th November. Ticket price is for 2x day event. https://www.facebook.com/jamesklewismix/
Lewis is a producer, mixer and engineer – achieving hit singles and albums working with Rudimental, Dan Caplen, Rae Morris, Alex Adair, Sunset Sons, Zak Abel, Clean Cut Kid and many others. James has recently been mixing in Dolby Atmos with clients including SkyeChristy, Ruel and Carla Wehbe.
Having studied musical engineering at the prestigious Institute for Performing Arts in Liverpool, producer Mike Crossey invited Lewis to become his studio assistant and he immediately started working with some of today’s most recognised artists and bands including albums with the Arctic Monkeys.
Lewis runs a state-of-the-art production and Dolby Atmos approved mix suite: Glebe Studios in Sydney. Most recently he completed the mixing of Rudimental’s third album "Toast To Our Differences". Previously, he collaborated with the drum & bass act on their album "We The Generation", and mixed the single "Good Thing" featuring John Newman. As an in-demand mix-engineer, Lewis has had major label releases for Zak Abel, Rae Morris, Matt Corby, Kristina Train, Charli XCX, Dan Caplen, Clean Bandit and Lykke Li.
Having spent time training under US mix engineer Manny Marroquin (Kanye West, Rihanna, John Mayer), Lewis has learnt his craft from one of the world’s leading mix engineers.
"I'm very much looking forward to running my 'That Mix Seminar' workshop in Auckland. Following a successful event in the UK where attendees joined from across Europe, this will be another great weekend sharing ideas around mix philosophy, techniques and hacks!” he says.
The Aotearoa Music Producer Series, launched in 2017 has become an integral part of up-skilling Aotearoa’s music production sector. The series has attracted the participation of many formidable international producers including: Andrew Scheps, Sylvia Massy, Gil Norton, Romesh Dodangoda, Guy Massey, Dave Eringa and Mark Rankin.
AMPS Mix Me 23 sees the return of international guests and will feature a series of one-day workshops focused on the art of mixing in a wide variety of musical genres. These will take place at venues around the motu with renowned mix engineer / producers from the US, UK, Australia, and Aotearoa along with a series of panel discussions related to the craft.
The days will run for 10am to 5pm, with lunch included at all paid events so participants can network and interact with the visiting producers.
Thankyou to our sponsors that make this event possible Recorded Music NZ, NZ On Air, NZ Music Commission, The British Council Pacific , MPG NZ, APRA NZ, SAE Auckland
See our page for other AMPS events including David Wrench, James K Lewis, Anna Laverty, Jol Mulholland and the AMPS/Protel Dolby Atmos workshop.
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Travel, transfers, and accommodation are not included in the fee and are the responsibility of the attendee.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Roundhead Studios, 151 Newton Road, Auckland, New Zealand