This mixing evolution course is an intermediate course for musicians, artists, home studio’s owners, mixing engineers and producers seeking to improve their mixing skills. Throughout the course, I will cover techniques used by executive engineers throughout the world, and walk you through a step-by-step process for creating great mixes in your home studio.
You'll learn different approach of mixing, equipment basics, organizing and managing a mix session, shaping sound techniques, acoustic space like reverb and delay techniques, automation and some other powerful techniques used in mixing.
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Welcome to the course overview. I wanna give you an idea of what we`re going to cover in this course. There are seven sections covering a complete mixing session from beginning to end.
Welcome to the Mixing Evolution Course
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Understanding the importance of a good planning
Understanding the importance of a good listening environment
Learning how to find the sweet spot in your studio
Understanding and using good reference material
In this section, I addressed the importance of creating a better workspace for making music. As an extension of this issue, I also discussed the importance of having a reference library of music you can trust in any listening situation.
Mixing requires that you have a predictable environment that is optimized to help you make the best decisions. Developing an appropriate workspace is key. Take your time doing these essential first steps. They will create a solid foundation for all your mixing work to come.
Downloadable raw audio tracks for practice
Understanding the two basic parameters of mixing: Levels and Panning
Creating and using markers, groups and subgroups to help work efficiently.
Understanding and applying EQ and compression in the mix
Understanding and applying equalization on drums, and how to manage phase issues.
Understanding and applying equalization on instruments
Understanding the difference between compressors and limiters
Understanding compressor parameters
Summary about shaping the overall mix with equalizers and compressors
Learning the principles of reverb
Understanding the reverb parameters
Learning how to setup reverb sends and returns
Learning how to set up reverb on drums
Learning how to set up reverb to the vocals
Learning how to setup reverb on guitars, dobro, mandolin, banjos and fiddles
Learning how to setup a gated reverb
Understanding different strategies using reverb in a mix session
Learning the delay as an audio effect
Understanding the delay parameters
Understanding the phase shifting delay
Learning how to setup a flanging effect
Learning how to setup a doubling effect using delay
Learning how to setup a chorus effect using delay
Learning how to setup a Haas effect using delay
Learning how to setup a slapback delay
Learning how to setup a tempo delay
Learning how to bounce the mix
Over the last fifteen years i've had the opportunity to work with some amazing artists. I gain a Master in Music Production and Technology and I want to share what I learned and practiced, and continuing to use on all of my mixes. I enjoy helping new musicians, artists and engineers learn the craft of mixing and mastering.