Workshop recording & mixing music

How do you make a good mix with a lot of depth and in which you can hear all the instruments well? What are the best microphone techniques for recording guitar, vocals or drums? How do you get the most out of your studio equipment? In this workshop you will learn exactly what you want to learn to make your music sound better.

What does the workshop look like?

  • Pre-interview:
    First we discuss exactly what you want to learn. Depending on your level and wishes, we’ll put together a customized workshop that suits your needs.
  • Workshop:
    Next we plan the workshop. It will take about 3-4 hours. If you have your own studio, it is often best to do the workshop there, so you can put what you have learned into practice in your own environment. We focus on the topics we’ve chosen in the pre-interview, to get the most out of the time we have.
  • Feedback on your recording/mix:
    After the workshop, you can immediately put what you have learned into practice. Once you have made a recording or mix, you can receive extensive feedback if you want, so that you can further fine-tune everything you have learned.
  • Questions afterwards? is your helpdesk!
    If you still have questions after the workshop, you can always send an email. After you have done the workshop, will continue to be your ‘helpdesk’ for music recording and mixing for one month.

Price: € 449,-

excl. 21% VAT


Please fill in the form below to plan your workshop or to get more information.

Who conducts the workshop?

Gijs Friesen is sound designer, (broadcast) music engineer and composer (tunes and jingles), and he is owner of He has been associated with many aspects of the audio industry. Working as a sound engineer for radio and (broadcast) music engineer mixing performances of artists like Jason Mraz, Joss Stone, James Blunt; a sound designer working on productions for Disney, KPMG, Spotify and as a composer for productions of Rituals, BNR Nieuwsradio and Invesco. With Gijs conducts workshops about all things audio.

Gijs Friesen