Master Class Training Sessions are live events where Attendees get hands-on, interactive instruction from Alan Parsons on the 'art and science' of sound recording. They follow similar themes to the Art And Science Of Sound Recording videos but as live events they are more in-depth and offer the chance to actually work with Alan Parsons.
MCTS sessions are held in recording studios around the world and currently comprise one or two day sessions at one of three Levels.
Introduction to recording: approaches and techniques in lecture or seminar form. Half or 1-Day. No prior knowledge required. Level 1 MCTS may be conducted in recording studio or lecture/auditorium locations.
One-Day hands-on sessions with some knowledge of DAW recording required. Suitable for music production / recording students. Live tracking; vocals and basic mixing covered.
Two-Day hands-on sessions with good knowledge of DAW recording and experience as musician, engineer, or producer required. Level 3 events are typically staged at professional recording studios. Attendees get to witness and assist in all stages of a recording session from tracking to overdubs (instrumental and vocal), processing and mixing.