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💥 Watch my FREE Workshop where I cover How I Create PRO Quality Music at Home - and How You CAN TOO here: 🤍 WAY too many home studio musicians spend all their time watching mixing videos when mixing is only a SMALL percentage of what it takes to create amazing productions. I'm explaining why you should stop watching mixing videos and what to focus on instead. My Studio Gear List: I personally purchase my gear from Sweetwater and have for over 12 years these are affiliate links, meaning you can support my channel by using Sweetwater. The reason I trust Sweetwater is because they have the BEST customer support I have ever seen, two year warranty, free shipping, and they have they best reputation in the industry. You will never see me recommend buying pro audio gear from Amazon Check out Sweetwater: imp.i114863.net/MPRz3 Lacie External Drive (storing sample libraries): 🤍 Logic Pro X: (use the app store) Komplete Audio 6 (audio interface): 🤍 Presonus Eris E5 (monitors you'll need to buy a pair): 🤍 Komplete Kontrol S88 (the BEST MIDI keyboard the link is the newer generation): 🤍 Lauten LS-208 Mic: 🤍 Avantone Pro CV-12 Mic: 🤍 Shure SM58: 🤍 Audio Technica ATH-M40X (headphones - I have 2 pairs): 🤍 Novation LaunchPad X (also compatible with Logic Pro X): 🤍 Sample Libraries I HIGHLY Recommend: _ Native Instruments Komplete Ultimate (this is the BEST bundle you can buy): 🤍 Arcade: 🤍 Signal: 🤍 EastWest (Hollywood Orchestra): 🤍 Spitfire LABS (free): 🤍
Clássico dos anos 1990 com gráficos sobre mixagem de grande efeito didático. De estilo trash-psicodélico e usando processadores analógicos e digitais em "rack", seu valor pedagógico permanece para iniciantes e profissionais da arte de mixar. 🤍 Aprenda a gravar no seu computador. Home Studio - Escola de produção musical - Desde 1994 Classic of 1990s with graphics on mixing with great didactic effect. Despite trash-psychedelic style and analog and digital processors in the "rack", their pedagogical value remains for beginners and professionals in the art of mixing. 🤍 Learn how to record on your computer. Home Studio - Musical production school - Since 1994
In the first episode of this season We're looking at basic mixing theory : What is mixing, and what do we want to achieve with a mix? This highly visual episode will explain the basic theory of making a simple mix and will help you 'visualize' your mix a lot better. In this first episode we don't really look at what we will be physically performing behind our mixing console, but mainly at the concept of what we will be creating. From episode 2 on we will be diving into mixing consoles, channelstrips and their functions to understand the signalflow. From there on we will be going into some basic mixing sessions and grow into more advanced types of mixes. Graphic design of the band-characters by : Anne-Julia (🤍) --- If you enjoy these tutorials please consider supporting this channel! Check out some of the cool products we have to offer in the WickieMedia Shop: 🤍. --- ...Presented by Wick van den Belt for WickieMedia audio tutorials... Find WickieMedia online : 🤍 🤍
In this video, I turned the camera on while mixing to show you the steps I took to get a balanced mix. I use an approach called "Top-Down Mixing" where I start by setting a static mix before adding effects and automating. These techniques can be applied when mixing many types of music. Feel free to ask me any questions about these methods in the comments below. ►The song is called "You" by The Workday Release. Listen to the final mix here on YouTube: 🤍 The final mix was done by Andy Toy (🤍andytoymusic), a brilliant engineer and mixer. I am using the stems in this video because I wanted to try my hand at the mix too. ►Gear/Software used: DAW: FL Studio 20 (all DAWs have similar function) Free Plugins: TDR Kotelnikov, Nova Dynamic EQ, Molotok Compressor and Slick EQ Interface: Lynx Hilo Headphones: Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro 250 Ohm Speakers: PSI A23-M 0:00 - Intro 1:00 - Listening to the stems 2:00 - Top-Down mixing 5:50 - Vocal Reverb and Delay 8:55 - Piano and Guitar 11:40 - Backing vocals 13:00 - Vocal Effects 14:40 - Bass and Drums 18:50 - Adjusting more tracks 20:35 - Vocal Automation 22:30 - Take a break 23:20 - Listening to the mix 23:45 - Vocal editing 25:45 - Side-chaining 26:50 - Listening to the mix 27:15 - More automations 29:20 - Global EQ 30:45 - Final thoughts and revisions 🌍 My Website / Contact / Hire me - 🤍 🎧 Become a member of this channel: 🤍 🎧 Patreon (Exclusive benefits): 🤍 🎧 My Sound Banks / Preset Packs - 🤍 📱 Join My Free Discord - 🤍 💸 Save money on DistroKid if you sign up through my custom link - 🤍
More videos like this mixer lesson video 👉 🤍 Shop mixers at Sweetwater 👉 🤍 We get a lot of questions about mixers here at Sweetwater — how they're used, what different features do, and which ones are right for certain applications. Join Mitch Gallagher as he answers these and other questions about audio mixers. After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:40 - Intro to Controls 1:56 - Source 1: Microphone 2:44 - Source 2: Drum Source 3:39 - Source 3: Guitar 4:08 - Exploring Mixing 7:08 - Routing to Auxiliary Buses 9:58 - Master Section 11:50 - Thanks For Watching! #Sweetwater The Zoom F8N Multitrack Field Recorder was used to record the audio in this video, and can be purchased here: 🤍
➡️➡️The Basics of Starting a Mix - Setting Levels: 🤍 In this episode, we’re going to concentrate on the basics of starting a mix. This is a good thing for beginners but it’s also an amazing discussion point for anybody who’s intermediate or advanced. For me, the best way to start a mix is to open it up and get the balances and panning right. – So let’s get going. ❤️My Favorite Plugins: ➡️Waves MV2: 🤍 ➡️Waves RBass: 🤍 ➡️Renaissance Vox: 🤍 ➡️Renaissance Compressor: 🤍 ❤️GEAR: ➡️UK Sound 1173: 🤍 ➡️$299 Kali Audio Studio Monitors: 🤍 ❤️❤️Free 3 Part Mixing Course: 🤍 Sign up here to get exclusive videos and content 🤍 #MixingBasics #ProduceLikeAPro #HomeRecording Giveaway Winners: 🤍 Produce Like A Pro is a website which features great tips to help the beginning recordist make incredible sounding home recordings on a budget.
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Watch more FREE mixing masterclasses here: 🤍 Watch Grammy®-winning mix engineer Chris Lord-Alge (Green Day, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters) break down a complete mix, answer the viewers' questions, and share his TOP mixing techniques. Originally streamed live on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Official Audio: ‘Hero’ by Kurt Deemer Intro song: "Twisted Truth" by Project RnL Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 #WavesAudio #CLA #MixBreakdown #ChrisLordAlge #Masterclass #Mixing
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Isabelle takes us through her vocal mixing process from her raw recording session with Peggy. Learn everything you need to mix vocals from A-Z, from editing, automation, compression, EQ and effects! Practice with the stems Isabelle used: 🤍 Not sure which mic is right for you? Check out the #ShureMicMatch Quiz: 🤍 and find your perfect mic! LANDR Studio has everything you need to take a track from inspiration to release. Studio includes monthly Mastering and Samples credits, access to curated plugins, unlimited music distribution and collaboration tools. Check out LANDR Studio here: 🤍 Watch the recording session of this song here: 🤍 Check out the Shure MV7 Microphone here: 🤍 Rent-to-own Antares Autotune here: 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:41 How to mix vocals 01:14 Vocal comping 02:50 Compiling comps and removing silence 03:43 Automating parameters 04:38 Applying pitch shifting effects 05:41 Subtractive EQ 07:09 De-essing 07:46 Vocal compression 09:30 Additive EQ 10:05 Reverb and delay 11:35 Finished product Try LANDR now: 🤍 Follow the LANDR blog to get the best tips, tools and tutorials for producers: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #ShureMicMatch #shure #vocals #vocalmixing
Sound On Sound met up with former Solid State Logic System and Support Team Leader Karen Down at Echotown Studio for a deep dive into the automation and recall technology that brought about a revolution in mixing. Integrating a computer and VCA automation into an inline mixing console, Solid State Logic's 4000 E-series was the first to combine total parameter recall, level automation, tape transport control and comprehensive channel EQ and dynamics. The 4000 E launched in 1979 and allowed engineers to record, edit and overdub their fader moves to floppy disk, defining many of the automation modes we now take for granted. This console and its descendants dominated the music recording industry for the next 20 years, creating new working practices and changing the sound of popular music. In this exclusive Sound On Sound feature video, Karen demonstrates some of the key features that set the SSL console apart from its contemporaries and gives a tutorial on how to use the integrated computer. Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - What Makes The SSL SL 4000 Mixing Console Special? 02:39 - Loading A 24 Track Tape Onto A Reel-to-Reel 03:49 - How Does The Automation System Work? 05:56 - Setting Up A New Session With The SSL Console Computer 07:10 - Finding The Start Of The Song 07:52 - Adding Names For Tracks And Cue List 09:39 - Total Recall Setups And Floppy Disk Storage 12:16 - Recording Mix Automation 15:29 - How To Edit And Update A Mix 17:27 - 'Auto Takeover' Automation Mode 18:47 - Setting Up Different Automation Modes 20:04 - 'Play Cuts Only' Mode 21:00 - 'Immediate Pickup' Mode 21:23 - 'Preview' and 'Trim' Modes 25:07 - 'Revise' Mix Mode 27:41 - Ability To Combine And Edit Mixes Offline 29:05 - Software Groups Used To Group Controls 30:44 - Outro .................................................................................................................. More info on Universal Audio: 🤍 * Subscribe to Sound On Sound 🤍 * Get 50% SAVING off a Sound On Sound Digital Subscription. Use Promo Code SOSYT50 🤍 Visit our website for 15,400+ unlocked articles: 🤍 Get FREE 170-page RECORDING TECHNOLOGY eBook: 🤍 Like FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow TWITTER: 🤍 Follow INSTAGRAM: 🤍soundonsoundmag
Grab your copy of the Free Mixing Cheat Sheet here: 🤍 00:44 - Tip 1 01:27 - Tip 2 02:06 - Tip 3 02:35 - Tip 4 03:04 - Tip 5 03:51 - Tip 6 04:39 - Tip 7 05:31 - Tip 8 07:03 - Tip 9 07:41 - Tip 10 08:32 - Tip 11 09:46 - Tip 12 10:34 - Tip 13 11:14 - Tip 14 11:40 - Tip 15 12:41 - Tip 16 Have you spent hours learning about mixing, but feel like you're not getting anywhere? If you feel overwhelmed right now and aren't sure where you're going wrong, watch now, because you're about to learn the only 16 mixing tips you'll ever need. After teaching almost a million musicians about mixing, I can tell you from experience that with just these 16 tips, you can start making music at home that sounds professional and radio-ready.
Mixing dialog & music using ducking in Adobe Premiere Pro CC Mixing dialog just got easier with the new Ducking feature in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. This tutorial will show you how to automatically generate keyframes to fade music in and out when someone is speaking. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - QUESTIONS? ► 🤍 Visit NVIDIA RTX Studio ► 🤍 Check out BELECO photo backgrounds ► 🤍 Artlist Music 🤍 Artgrid Stock Video 🤍 Motion Array 🤍 FXhome 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THANKS! 😃 To all the wonderful people who have supported VideoRevealed 😃
Adam Savage visits the sound mixing booth for the San Francisco touring production of Hamilton to learn how audio engineer Kevin McCoy mixes the dozens of microphone and instrument tracks in real-time during every performance. It's a mind-blowing look at important role of sound engineering and mixing for stage shows and musical theater. Find tickets for Hamilton in San Francisco at 🤍 Tested Ts and more: 🤍 Shot by Gunther Kirsch and edited by Norman Chan Subscribe for more videos (and click the bell for notifications): 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Tested is: Adam Savage 🤍 Norman Chan 🤍 Simone Giertz 🤍 Joey Fameli 🤍 Gunther Kirsch 🤍 Ryan Kiser 🤍 Jen Schachter 🤍 Kishore Hari 🤍 Sean Charlesworth 🤍 Jeremy Williams 🤍 Kayte Sabicer 🤍 Bill Doran 🤍 Ariel Waldman 🤍 Darrell Maloney 🤍 Kristen Lomasney 🤍 Intro bumper by Abe Dieckman Set design by Danica Johnson 🤍 Set build by Asa Hillis 🤍 Thanks for watching! #AdamSavage #Hamilton #HamiltonTheMusical
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Supervising sound editor Don Sylvester and sound mixer David Giammarco walk us through their sound mixing process for Best Sound Editing Academy Award nominee ‘Ford v Ferrari.’ By taking a look at scenes from the film, they break down the layering of dialogue, music, and effects and how these three elements come together to give a film life. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► 🤍 ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Sound Editors Explain Mixing Sound for Film | Vanity Fair
Full video available exclusively on 🤍 A sneak peek from Finneas' 'Inside The Track" series in which he shares some of the vocal production secrets behind Billie Eilish's single "Therefore I Am" We're thrilled to release our first video series with the multiple Grammy-winning artist, songwriter and producer, Finneas O'Connell! This instalment focuses on the creation of 'Therefore I Am' - the 2020 single by his superstar sister, Billie Eilish. Finneas uncovers how he co-wrote the song, recorded Billie's vocals, produced the record and prepared the stems for mixing by Rob Kinelski. With the multi-track production session open in Logic Pro, he revisits the process of programming drum grooves, layering percussion, forming bass lines and creatively mangling samples. He explains his workflow in detail, such as his philosophy of mixing as he produces, capturing impulsive vocal harmonies and creating a rough master for reference. Furthermore, O'Connell reveals his revered vocal chains and elaborates on the duo's unique chemistry and workflow!
Find the full tutorial with pictures here: 🤍 This video will teach you everything you need to know to feel comfortable operating any analog audio mixing console. You'll learn about the layout of a mixer as well as the common inputs and outputs of a mixer. I'll walk you step by step through every knob, button, and fader on an audio mixer channel strip. Live Sound Mixers: - Sweetwater: 🤍 - zZounds: 🤍 - Thomann: 🤍 Studio Mixers: - Sweetwater: 🤍 - zZounds: 🤍 - Thomann: 🤍 Used Mixers: - Reverb: 🤍 Mixer Buying Guide: 🤍 Need help setting up your new studio? Check out these free resources I've created for you... Recording Studio Checklist: 🤍 Speaker Placement Guide: 🤍 0:00 - Introduction 0:42 - PART 1: Mixing Console Layout 0:52 - Inputs & Outputs 1:05 - Channel Strips 1:29 - Master Section 1:44 - PART 2: Inputs & Outputs 1:44 - Outputs 2:24 - Inputs 3:21 - Inserts 3:55 - Direct Outs 4:12 - PART 3: Channel Strips 4:22 - Phantom Power (+48 V) 4:54 - Fader 6:02 - Solo / PFL 6:21 - Mute 6:27 - Preamp Gain 7:04 - Pad (-20 dB) 7:18 - High Pass Filter (HPF) 7:35 - Equalizer 8:23 - Aux Sends 9:21 - Pan Knob 9:36 - Subscribe to Audio University! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Gear Recommendations: 🤍 #AudioUniversity Disclaimer: This description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click them, I will receive a small commission at no cost to you.
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Hi I'm Michael Wynne. I'm a Scottish audio engineer and founder of In The Mix. Understanding compression and how to hear it is an essential mixing skill. In this video, I am going into a huge amount of detail to explain how to deeply hear and understand vocal compression so that you are no longer confused. I will show you all the important settings while compressing vocals and guitar. Video Notes: 1) Listen to compression when all your tracks are playing, if you can't hear the other instruments and vocals it is usually a waste of time (unless you are highly experienced...in which case...why do you watch my videos!) 2) Often you need compression to make a vocal sound natural in a mix, surprisingly - This is due to how the microphone picks up some peoples voice 3) Have an Aim! If you don't know what you are aiming for, how will you be able to guarantee a good result? When you listen to the uncompressed audio, ask yourself: "What do I want to change?" "Do I need more sustain on this vocal?" "Are my vocals too punchy or transient?" 4) Compression Settings ▶Threshold The point or level in dB where the compression will start being applied. ▶Ratio How much compression should be applied? 2:1 = Gentle Compression 10:1 = Aggressive Compression A ratio of 4:1 means that the signal has to go 4dB above the threshold to get 1dB out (3db of compression) 8dB over = 2dB out etc ( 6db of compression!) This 4:1 ratio means only 25% of the signal above the threshold will pass through, so this is very noticeable. A ratio of 2:1 means that for every 2 dB the signal goes over the threshold, the compressor will only allow 1 dB through, so this only allows 50% of the signal above the threshold to pass through, this is considered gentle. The higher the number, the more gain reduction will be experienced when the signal passes the threshold. 20:1 and higher is usually getting into the range of limiting, where you have a virtually infinite ratio to prevent any peaks. ▶Attack How fast should the compression start after the threshold is passed? Fast attack time = Heavy, soft vocals Slower attack = Punchy, transient vocals ▶Release How fast does the compressor recover after the signal falls below the threshold? Slow release = Mushy vocals Fast release = Choppy vocals ▶Makeup Gain Compression turns your audio signal down, so we apply a boost at the end to bring it back up to the original level. With this boost applied and the peaks brought down, the overall signal is louder and more full! ▶Knee The knee of a compressor makes the threshold act more smoothly, so that compression is triggered in a smoother or more gradual manner. Experiment to see if it gives you a more natural tone. 🌍 My Website / Contact / Hire me - 🤍 📱 Join My Discord - 🤍 🎧 My Sound Banks / Preset Packs - 🤍 💸 Save money on DistroKid if you signup through my custom link - 🤍
If you mix something for TV, the audio has to meet strict requirements (EBU R128 in Europe). Learn how to make your video TV ready in this video! Check out the complete tutorial here: 🤍 Many thanks to Loepzuiver and IODA for letting me use their animation video, check out loepzuiver.net for the best graphic animations. AudioKickstart.com Boost your audio mixing skills
Which audio mixing console should you buy? What should you look for in an audio mixer when shopping? Are some mixers better for beginners and others for more advanced users? In this video, I'll help you determine which mixer you need based on budget, application, skill level and more. Whether you're looking for an audio console for live sound, a home studio, or streaming, this video will help you choose the right mixer! Live Sound Mixers: - Sweetwater: 🤍 - zZounds: 🤍 - Thomann: 🤍 Studio Mixers: - Sweetwater: 🤍 - zZounds: 🤍 - Thomann: 🤍 Used Mixers: - Reverb: 🤍 Mixing Console User Guide: 🤍 00:00 - Introduction 00:22 - Which Type Of Mixer Do You Need? 03:38 - 3 Key Factors For Choosing A Mixer 04:02 - Key Factor #1 06:48 - Key Factor #2 08:10 - Key Factor #3 10:06 - Subscribe To Audio University! Audio Engineering Book Recommendations: The Sound Reinforcement Handbook - 🤍 Handbook for Sound Engineers - 🤍 Modern Recording Techniques - 🤍 Mixing Engineer's Handbook - 🤍 Get a FREE book on Audible: 🤍 #AudioUniversity Disclaimer: This description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click them, I will receive a small commission at no cost to you.
Recently I worked with Uphill Cinema on a short film where I was the production sound mixer and also post production mixer. In this episode, I walk you through the finished post mix in Adobe Audition so you can see how we did it. See the short film Listen: 🤍 #Sound #Mix #ShortFilm If you’d like to learn how to make great dialogue audio for your film and video projects, please have a look at my courses at 🤍 including processing dialogue audio in Adobe Audition and DaVinci Resolve/Fairlight, recording sound, how to use the Zoom F8 and F8n, and how to get the most from the Sound Devices MixPre series of recorders. Gear used to record the film: DPA 4017b Shotgun Microphone (B&H): 🤍 Audio Ltd A10 Wireless Microphone System (B&H) : 🤍 Sound Devices 633 Mixer/Recorder (B&H): 🤍 Countryman B6 Lavalier Microphone (B&H): 🤍 DPA 4160 Lavalier Microphone (B&H): 🤍 Tentacle Sync E Timecode Generator (B&H): 🤍 Sony FS5 (B&H): 🤍 ATOMOS Shogun Inferno: 🤍 Take your films to the next level with music from Musicbed. Sign up for a free account to listen for yourself: 🤍 Copyright 2019 by Curtis Judd Ethics statement: Some of the links above are Amazon.com, B&H Photo, or other affiliate links.
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Today we're going to dive into the difference between the mixing process & the mastering process! There is a lot of confusion around what each one is and how they relate to one another! In this video I will explain the difference by showing you on screen examples as well as letting you hear audio examples of a mixed song verses a mastered song. I hope this brings clarity to your brain and allows you to communicate clearly with music make friends or producers you are working with! -Dean Hear The New Single HERE! 🤍 Become A Patron As I Produce+Release Pop Worship Songs! 🤍 How I Mix Vocals: 🤍 Become An Email Subscriber Here At The Studio (and get my free GarageBand mini course)... 🤍
Sign up for the full class at 🤍 In this lesson taken from Young Guru's Skillshare class, "Soundcheck: The Essentials of DIY Audio Mixing," learn how to properly apply compression to your mix. Throughout his illustrious and decorated career, Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton has earned a reputation as one of the most renowned recording and mixing engineers in music today, having worked with artists such as Jay-Z, Beyonce, Rick Ross, Drake, T.I., Kanye West and Eminem. Young Guru has most recently been working to elevate the discourse of audio engineering philosophy by emerging onto the college lecture circuit as one of the subject's most distinguished and dignified speakers, and further proving why he is one of audio's most important minds and essential voices. Subscribe to Skillshare’s Youtube Channel: 🤍 Check out all of Skillshare’s classes: 🤍 Like Skillshare on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Skillshare on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Skillshare on Instagram: 🤍
What is 5.1 mixing and how do I ensure my music meets this industry standard? In this tutorial,🤍Christian Henson Music walks us through all the considerations needed to get your music 5.1 ready with or without surround sound in your set up. Learn more about Polaris - 🤍 0:00 - Intro 1:31 What is 5.1? 2:00 Configuring Outputs 15:00 Creative ways to use surround 20:23 Preparing for 5.1 with a stereo system #SpitfireAudio #MixingandMasering
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Join Evangelist Jason Levine for a live breakdown on mixing sound in Adobe Premiere! On this special one-day stream, Jason will cover different techniques for mixing sound to picture. This includes some basic clean-up of dialog files, equalization, compression, ambience, ducking music and a few final mastering tricks. Join us! Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: 🤍 - Join us LIVE on Behance: 🤍 Chapters 00:45 Introduction 06:40 Overview of original audio 12:20 Layer and track organization 22:00 Adding audio effects 36:00 Compression overview 55:00 Balancing the music track
Platinum selling mixer Thomas Tillie Mann gives our final MixCon Masterclass for 2021 today, walking us through his mix of the huge hip hop/trap hit "Errbody" by Lil Baby. This pioneering mixer has practically shaped the sound of Atlanta hip hop and trap, crafting the tones that countless others seek to emulate. Catch his workshop on Universal Audio's LUNA recording system here: 🤍 See more MixCon videos here: 🤍 Hear Lil Baby's "Errbody" in full here: 🤍 Visit these SonicScoop partners for great gear deals today! Sweetwater: 🤍 Thomann: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 Reverb.com: 🤍 Please note, when you buy through links on this page, we may earn an affiliate commission. #audioengineer #hiphopproduction #mixingengineer #musicproducer #hiphopproducer #hiphop #trap #trapmusic #mixing #makingbeats #mixingmusic #mixinghiphop #mixcon #firebeats #musicmixing #tillie #mixedbytillie #hiphop #lilbaby #qualitycontrolrecords
This video is all about How to Mix and Master any Song. I have elaborated in this video the right approach for mixing and mastering the songs. Beginners tend to face difficulty in Mixing and Mastering so it becomes hard for them to bring their track to the professional level. Recommended Videos : How this song was produced 🤍 Basics of Compressor 🤍 Basics of an Equalizer 🤍 How to use Reverb 🤍 ✅ LEARN PERSONALLY FROM VRISHAANK : 🤍 WhatsApp : +91-7991993028 Email : contact🤍vrishaankacademy.com ➡️ PRODUCTION/MIXING SERVICES : 🤍 WhatsApp : +91 7991993028 Email : contact🤍vrishaankacademy.com ➤ Gears I use : 🤍 ➤ Music Equipments Suggestions : 🤍 ➤ Social Media Handles: Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Website 🤍
This simple tip is the most useful thing you will ever learn about mixing your sound. It tells you how to use the mid-sweep knobs on your mixer. I learned it from a Yamaha sound engineer and it's great and it's simple - perfect :). It includes a detailed explanation and a live example. But don't keep to to yourself - share it around and help all your musician friends !! And if you want to know how to sound-check fast, check out another of our videos "How to Sound Check in under 5 minutes": 🤍
For helpful Church Technology resources check out EllisProMedia.com 🤍facebook.com/EllisProMedia 🤍instagram.com/ellispromedia James Hurley gives an overview of how to mix drums for your live event audio mixes. This chapter focuses on gain structure and phase for the full drum kit.
In this Pro Tools film mixing tutorial we go over how to setup your session for maximum efficiency in the mix. We will cover routing tracks, dialog processing, stems, plugins, reverb, VCA, aux inputs, and memory locations to prepare for predubbing and mixing this film. My mix templates: 🤍 If you'd like to learn more advanced stuff click here: 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:50 Creative diagram of mix 2:16 technical diagram of mix 3:58 Room calibration with a loudness meter and Dolby pink 6:20 Session routing 16:43 Adding plugins - limiters 18:33 Adding reverbs and setting up verb sends 19:46 Adding VCAs to make mixing easier 22:22 Setting up DME VCA’s for big moves 24:01 Adding plugins to individual tracks 26:11 Adding noise reduction to dialog tracks 27:50 Adding compressors to futz tracks 30:28 Adding some bus processing for the dialog bus 35:58 Using memory locations to navigate the session 39:45 Saving a template so you never have to go through this again
Set up a mixer for recording and mixing in a studio. Watch this video to learn which mixer is right for you: 🤍 AIAIAI TMA-2 Studio Wireless+ Headphones Link: 🤍 Code (Free Case): AUDIOUNIVERSITY Live Sound Mixers: - Sweetwater: 🤍 - zZounds: 🤍 - Thomann: 🤍 Studio Mixers: - Sweetwater: 🤍 - zZounds: 🤍 - Thomann: 🤍 Used Mixers: - Reverb: 🤍 Audio Mixer User Guide: 🤍 0:00 - Introduction 0:05 - Mixer Setup for Recording 2:46 - Mixer Setup for Routing 5:03 - Mixer Setup for Mixing 6:24 - Subscribe to Audio University! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Gear Recommendations: 🤍 #AudioUniversity Disclaimer: This description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click them, I will receive a small commission at no cost to you.