LIC Sound

LIC Sound Our single suite overlooking the city of New York provides for an inspiring creative environment without the distractions of a multi-room facility.

All studio production, Recording, Mixing and Mastering, Teaching Audio Engineering and Production.We specialize in Audio Mixing and Mastering music projects, Singles, Full albums, Post production and Voiceover.

Recording Brass section at LICSound
12/08/2014

Recording Brass section at LICSound

LIC Sound
10/08/2014

LIC Sound

10/07/2014

Need To Book A Top-Notch Mixing / Production Suite?
Check Out LIC Sound in New York!

Are you looking for a great studio to mix your next project? Well, whether you need to work alone, with your own team, or need one of our top engineers to assist you, "LIC Sound" is the perfect studio for you!

Decked out with all of the latest, state-of-the-art software and equipment, you are sure to leave with a great sounding product!

Email: [email protected] or Call 917-655-6050 for rates and to book
"LIC Sound" today!

LIC Sound
10/05/2014

LIC Sound

Another beautiful day in LIC Sound
10/05/2014

Another beautiful day in LIC Sound

08/05/2014

I'm currently teaching Audio Engineering/Mixing and Mastering to undergraduate students at The New School in New York City (The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music). The classes are held at LIC Sound in Long Island City, NY. So far the program has been a huge success and continues to grow.
The Lessons are personalized with every student getting his own individual curriculum based on his/her previous knowledge and music preferences.
This program has proven to be successful both amongst the students and the faculty.

08/02/2014

Come and enjoy mixing with us!!

High End Mixing School
08/01/2014

High End Mixing School

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08/01/2014

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At LIC Sound we teach the art of mixing. Creating an audio mix that is pleasing to listeners is a true art form. The man...
08/01/2014

At LIC Sound we teach the art of mixing. Creating an audio mix that is pleasing to listeners is a true art form. The manipulation of the source signals' level, dynamics, and panoramic position, and the addition of effects such as reverb and delay, can have a huge impact on the overall feel of a song. The Art of Mixing explores the many creative and technical considerations necessary to mix in today's music production environment, regardless of platform or format. This course teaches the different steps of the mixing process, including equalization, panning, dynamic processing (compressors, gates, expanders, and limiters), reverb and delays, as well as automation techniques and practical examples. The techniques presented apply to any Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), or digital or analog console.

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2-01 50th Ave, Ste 22H
New York, NY
11101

Take the 7 Train to Vernon station (One stop from Grand Central)

General information

At LIC Sound we teach the art of mixing. Creating an audio mix that is pleasing to listeners is a true art form. The manipulation of the source signals' level, dynamics, and panoramic position, and the addition of effects such as reverb and delay, can have a huge impact on the overall feel of a song. The Art of Mixing explores the many creative and technical considerations necessary to mix in today's music production environment, regardless of platform or format. This course teaches the different steps of the mixing process, including equalization, panning, dynamic processing (compressors, gates, expanders, and limiters), reverb and delays, as well as automation techniques and practical examples. The techniques presented apply to any Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), or digital or analog console. The course analyzes some of the most famous and revered brands and models of mixing gear, including comparisons between analog and digital outboard gear versus plug-in emulations and plug-in unique processors. It features video, sound, and visual examples based on common platforms such as Pro Tools, Logic, and Digital Performer, as well as a hybrid mix performed in an SSL 4000 G console, combined with Pro Tools and a huge variety of outboard gear. Students will be required to deliver a mix every week for critique by the instructor. For each mix assignment, students will use professional recordings especially made for the course, in a variety of styles. The goal of the course is to impart both a technical and artistic approach to mixing and for students to acquire the core skill set needed to mix multi-track master recordings to a stereo final mix-down suitable for release. Taught by Eyal Midyan at LIC Sound studio, the course explores the many creative and technical considerations necessary to mix in today's music production environment. This course teaches the different steps of the mixing process, including equalization, panning, dynamic processing (compressors, gates, expanders, and limiters), reverb and delays, as well as automation techniques and practical examples. The techniques presented apply to any Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). The course analyzes some of the most famous and revered brands and models of plug-in emulations and plug-in unique processors. The goal of the course is to impart both a technical and artistic approach to mixing and for students to acquire the core skill set needed to mix multi-track master recordings to a stereo final mix-down suitable for release. Our single room mixing suite overlooking the city of New York provides for an inspiring creative environment without the distractions of a multi-room facility and with complete privacy. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to: - Understand the technical requirements needed to prepare recording tracks for mixing. - Implement professional music standards for organizing your mix session and delivering the final mix. - Apply editing tools needed to improve musical performance, such as vocal tuning, vocal comping, and tempo editing. - Understand and use different types of equalizers, compressors, gates, reverbs, delays, chorus, flangers, and many other processors necessary to mix effectively. - Employ automation techniques, from basic to using all kinds of parameters. - Apply mixing techniques specific to drums and vocals. - Thoroughly analyze and evaluate your own mix and others’. - Identify the main mixing trends per genre of contemporary music.

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