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Deadbeat Masterclass

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PHI Centre Sound studio
407 Saint-Pierre St
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2M3

Schedule:
10 AM to 6 PM

All ages

General admission: $115

*Fees included, taxes not included.

A day dedicated to immersive sound with Berlin-based Montrealer Scott Monteith.

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For this exclusive one-day masterclass in the sound studio at the PHI Centre, Deadbeat (Scott Monteith) will be utilizing the studio's Dolby Atmos system to reconstruct his recent album The Lichen Diaries vol 1, as well as the 4th section of his Mons Clepsydra album, a project created under the name Ark Welders Guild with Italian singer Letizia Trussi.

This masterclass is limited to 12 people. The intimacy allows for  a unique opportunity to discuss general mixing strategies, as well as spatialization topics in real time as they happen.

About the artist

Scott Monteith, best known under his stage name Deadbeat, is a Berlin-based Canadian musician who called Montreal home for a great many years. A foundational member in the group of local artists who, in the early 2000s were instrumental in putting Montreal on the map as a global hub of forward-thinking electronic music. The artistic community of the time would eventually coalesce around the Mutek festival, at which Monteith played his first live performance, and would go on to become one of its most widely recognized champions.

With a 25-year history encompassing 22 albums, and countless singles and remixes, touching on everything from house and techno, to dub reggae, ambient, and countless points in between, Monteith has shown himself a sound explorer in the deepest sense.

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