CORRECTION – We will be giving away a pair of Yamaha MSP5 poweredstudio monitors, a $500 value (not the HS50m as stated in a previous post) to one lucky attendee of this clinic.
Don’t miss out! Sometimes only 6 people show up….
Please don’t miss the Yamaha Music Production Clinic – 10/13 @ 5:00 PM – Thursday at the King St. store.
We have a new clinician who has never visited us before. Heratch Touresian. He will be covering the differences between the Motif XF and the new MOX keyboard series. Get to know how one of these keyboards can work for you on stage, in the studio, and at home. He is also planning on covering tips for using Yamaha’s arranger workstations (like the Tyros 4 and PSRS910).
This clinic is a great opportunity to score some free gear and ask all the Yamaha keyboard questions you ever wanted to know the answer to.
About Heratch Touresian:
Heratch Touresian is an expert in the digital music industry, including software based digital audio workstation, digital musical instruments, electronic drums, digital mixers and live sound products. He has been working for Yamaha as a product specialist for the last nine years. Before that, he worked in music retail for six years. He provided his technical expertise to leading Yamaha recording artists and has been invited several times to appear on radio talk shows to explain Yamaha?s new cutting edge products and conducted hundreds of public clinics, seminars and trade shows featuring Yamaha?s products. Heratch is an accomplished live entertainer who can sing in five different languages. He is a regular performer at the world-famous Carousel restaurant in Glendale, CA. He is one of the country?s top Middle Eastern keyboardist and vocalist. Heratch holds credits for programming for Stevie Wonder?s song, “So What?s The Fuss.” Heratch also scored several short films, including the awardwinning short cartoon, “ Santa?s Camels.” Heratch is ranked one of the top 100 racquetball open-level players in the world. He also holds national titles for table tennis and is a skilled soccer player. He enjoys motor racing as well. Heratch holds a recording degree from the Los Angeles Recording Workshop. He worked in several recording studios as an assistant engineer, where he acquired most of his knowledge of the recording and mixing skills. He worked with great engineers such as Ed Cherney and George Massenburg. In his seminars and clinics, Heratch is able to shed clear light to end users to help them understand the recording process, and he does that by tying Yamaha?s products to practical application . Most of all, he enjoys working for the top, leading musical instrument company in the world, Yamaha Corporation of America.