SAE Creative Media Institute (SAE) Launches Mackie 1604VLZ4 Analog Mixer Simulator for Music Education
Created in February 2021, the Mackie 1604VLZ4 Analog Mixer Simulator comes as the second digital console developed by Dr. Mark Bassett as part of SAE Creative Media Institute’s ground-breaking Virtual Tools Project. The photo-realistic simulation of Mackie’s 1604VLZ4 Analog Mixer allows remote high school and college students alike to experience life-like functionality and audio signal processing through a free, public download.
“We are humbled to partner with SAE in making music education more accessible for remote students. Mackie has always been committed to providing audio solutions to people worldwide, and now we have the honor of preparing emerging professionals in the music industry with tools that prepare them for the real world,” said CEO, Alex Nelson. “We look forward to seeing more of Mark’s emerging innovations and are excited to see how remote learning tools for music students evolve over the next few years.”
SAE’s Mackie 1604VLZ4 Simulator is available for use on non-mobile Mac products. With it, students are able to learn and test industry-leading mixer features including high-visibility, high-contrast controls that deliver convenient, “at a glance” feedback and more.
“I’m passionate about developing new tools and finding innovative ways to provide students with the educational technologies they need to further their music education, and even spark their love for audio engineering. By partnering with Mackie to bring the brand’s iconic quality and SAE’s innovation in next-generation educational technologies together, our students have a chance to learn on a cutting-edge platform” said Bassett.
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