Creative Live to Host Online Workshop with Brendon Small and Ulrich Wild

Small and Wild will show how they engineer and mix the music of Metalocalypse.

Seattle, WA (October 29, 2014) -- Brendon Small, creator and primary musician behind the Adult Swim hit show "Metalocalypse," and producer Ulrich Wild (Pantera, White Zombie, Slipknot, Deftones) will host a two day CreativeLive course next month, "Toontrack Presents: Studio Pass," from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST / 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. EST on November 5 and 6. Small and Wild will show how they engineer and mix the music of "Metalocalypse" - explaining the recording techniques used for the drums, bass, guitars, vocals and effects of the fictional show's real life band, Dethklok. Like all CreativeLive workshops, "Toontrack Presents: Studio Pass" will live stream for free; enroll today at: http://cr8.lv/uwbsstudiopass.

Since its inception in 2010, CreativeLive has broadcast more than 600 courses to more than 2 million students worldwide. Now streaming live from studios in Seattle and San Francisco, CreativeLive hosts workshops in photography, video, design, business, audio, music, and software training, unlocking previously closed doors by making dynamic education accessible to everyone.

Ulrich Wild is a Grammy-nominated producer, mixer, engineer and songwriter specializing in rock and metal. Born and raised in Switzerland, he immigrated to the U.S. where he now lives as a naturalized citizen in Los Angeles. Ulrich Wild worked with Pantera, White Zombie, Deftones, Staind, Static-x, Powerman 5000, Breaking Benjamin and Strung Out. Over the past few years, Ulrich Wild's productions have included widely diverse acts from Dethklok and Otep to Stolen Babies and Emilie Autumn. He strives to break new ground with each project and looks forward to helping more artists attain their visions.

Brendon Small is best known as the co-creator of the 1999 animated series "Home Movies" (along with Loren Bouchard) and "Metalocalypse" (along with Tommy Blacha) and as the creator of the virtual death metal band Dethklok.

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