“It’s always going to be very biased towards the data it’s trained on” – Andrew Scheps, Mixing Engineer at Red Hot Chili Peppers and Adele, shares his take on AI machine learning and advice

Three-time Grammy Award-winning mixing engineer Andrew Scheps worked on Adele’s 21RHCP Stadium Arcadium (both of whom won Grammys) and mixed for Black Sabbath, Metallica, Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Neil Diamond and man, many others. So when he shares his views, we want to listen – and he has some great advice for others, as well as some very interesting insights into emerging AI technology in this recent conversation with the Londoner. Institute for Contemporary Musical Performance (opens in a new tab).

Scheps’ perspectives come from an increasingly clear journey; “My job as a mixer is to shape it sonically and just try to amplify what’s great in what’s already there,” he recalls. “But I think the creative side is kind of deciding what things to highlight and then how to do it.”

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