Grammy-nominated Producer ill Factor and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro Kick Off “Modern Music Production & Mixing” with Free Access On April 4
Music Expo in association with Sound On Sound announces “Music Expo Livestream,” a new virtual series to keep music makers connected online. Grammy-nominated Producer ill Factor (Matisyahu, Justin Timberlake, Jason Derulo) and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro (Mary J Blige, Nas, Cee-Lo) will kick off the first installment “Modern Music Production & Mixing” on Saturday, April 4 from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. EST /4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. GMT. Registrants will have access to both masterclasses, the opportunity to participate in Q&A, listening/feedback sessions, networking opportunities, and earn prizes and giveaways.
“Modern Music Production & Mixing” is free to watch on Saturday, April 4. Register today to gain free access by visiting
“Modern Music Production & Mixing” with Grammy-nominated Producer ill Factor and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro
Grammy-nominated Producer ill Factor and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro team up to offer a collaborative masterclass with two back-to-back sessions where they will walk step-by-step through the process of producing and mixing a song. ill Factor will discuss workflow and share tips on how to take your ideas, do creative sound design, and develop them into full songs. Once completed, he will share the track stems with Frank Socorro, who will continue to discuss session organization, vocal mixing techniques and effective mix bus processing and mix down the final product.
Join Producer ill Factor and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro, who will share valuable insight directly from their studios. Event is open to everyone. Register for free by April 3.
You will learn…
- How to capture great ideas and develop them into full songs
- Sound design and shaping the sounds in your project to where you want them
- The thought process behind the vocal production and melody choices
- How to transition from demo to finished song
- Communication keys for working remotely with producers/ listening to their intentions
- Session organization tips
- Simple vocal mixing techniques to improve clarity and intelligibility
“Music Expo Miami may be postponed until next year, but this doesn’t mean that the Music Expo experience cannot still exist,” said Loic Maestracci, Founder of Music Expo. “During this unprecedented time, we are working hard to ensure that our music community can still connect and engage with each other. What better way than to offer a live stream masterclass in the studio with Miami-based Producer ill Factor and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro.”
Music Expo’s livestream experience will be hosted by award-winning producers, engineers, and top-notch creators in the industry and will offer masterclasses with topics ranging from live production, mastering, songwriting, beat making, to mixing, and more. Music Expo Livestream is in conjunction with Music Expo, the multi-city series of in-person conferences held across the country in cities including San Francisco, Nashville, Boston and Miami. Most recently, Music Expo announced expansion to Mexico City, Mexico in 2020.
For more information, visit https://www.musicexpo.co/.