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Win Mix It Like A Record and McDSP’s Analog Channel Plug-In
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Win Mix It Like A Record and McDSP’s Analog Channel Plug-In

Win the Mix It Like A Record Mixing Course and McDSP’s Analog Channel Plug-In for Pro Tools.

Saturation and the Digital Mix Buss contest - hosted by in affiliation with McDSP!

Seattle, May 15th, 2006 – Kagi Media, producers of Mix It Like A Record, a popular interactive mixing course authored by Grammy-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye, together with McDSP, a leading developer of a broad range of plug-ins for Pro Tools, are sponsoring a contest in which three winners will receive a copy of the Mix It Like A Record mixing course and McDSP's Analog Channel plug-in.

Go to to watch the streaming Two Part Web Movie "Saturation and the Digital Mix Buss". Answer a couple simple questions and submit to win A Mix It Like A Record DVD from Kagi Media and the Analog Channel Plug-In from McDSP!

The contest runs from May 12th until June 26th and in addition to the three Grand Prize Winners, all entries are eligible to receive 20% off the purchase of Mix It Like A Record.

Saturation and the Digital Mix Buss: Over 10 Minutes of uncut Mix It Like A Record video footage and a Mix It Like A Record course description in a 2 Part Web Movie. Part one features footage from Mix It Like A Record Theory Chapter Distortion of Reality. Part two features footage from Mix It Like A Record Tracks Chapter Digital Mix Buss.

Kagi Media has crafted a couple questions specific to the streaming movies, after watching- test your knowledge and submit your answers in a simple web form.

Three Grand prize winners will receive a copy of Mix It Like A Record and the Analog Channel plug-in that is discussed and used in the movie.

About Mix It Like A Record (MiLaR)
The DVD Video and Pro Tools Session Based mixing course. how to get big sounding, record-quality results with your mixes. In addition to the video lessons, MiLaR includes Pro Tools sessions in LE and TDM formats. They are like finding a diamond mine of information that unveils the world of professional mixing as soon as they are launched.

About McDSP
McDSP's mission is to create the best audio signal processing software ever. McDSP is currently focusing its business as a Digidesign Development Partner specializing in plug-ins designed to emulate vintage and modern pro-audio equipment.

About Analog Channel:
Analog Channel includes two separate plug-ins and reproduces the sounds of high-end analog tape machines, analog tape, and analog channel amplifiers. Analog Channel gives the user complete control of analog gain staging (AC1), and analog tape and tape machines (AC2). Analog Channel's AC1 is a "class A" gain stage - the premium amplification design in the analog world for audio production. The Analog Channel Emulator AC2 plug-In is an emulator of the most popular analog tape machines (and tape mediums) known to the professional audio recording industry.
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