SAE Oxford is delighted to invite you to our exciting guest talk and discussion on modern mixing and mixing engineers, with Dom Morley, Grammy Award-Winning Producer and Mixer.
After providing an insightful introduction to mixing and how he personally started out in the industry, Dom will talk in-depth about the mixing of a record. This will include the overall process of mixing as well as detailing the specific techniques he uses, with the odd tip and handy cheat thrown in to equip you further. On top of this, Dom will also discuss the business side of mixing: dealing with clients and how to stay sane as a freelance engineer!
About Dom Morley
Dom Morley is a Grammy Award-Winning Producer and Mixer based in his own Oxfordshire (UK) studio. Dom engineered on Amy Winehouse's number 1 "Back To Black" album, Mark Ronson's "Version" and "Record Collection", Richard Ashcroft's “These People” and "Keys To The World”, the Grinderman’s (Nick Cave) debut album and singles for Adele, Morrissey and Estelle amongst others. Some recent mixes include Sting's 5.1 "Live at Durham Cathedral", Solomon Grey's first and second albums, Mull Historical Society's “Dear Satellite” & “City Awakenings” (which Dom also produced), Colin MacIntyre's "The Water", the Million Dollar Quartet OCR, and the soundtrack for the upcoming British film 'Gozo'.
Dom has also either engineered or mixed for Rag'n'Bone Man, The Staves, Rumer, Keane, Birdy, Lemon Jelly, Jeff Beck, Sting, I Am Kloot, The Verve, Live 8 (DVD) and Underworld, as well as working with The Police on the pre-production for their world tour and recording and mixing the audio for the 5 "Intros" and "Input/Output" series for Channel 4 and Island Records. Recently, Dom has undertaken a sound design project providing all the sounds for the Samplephonics “Dirty Modular” Kontakt instrument.