New Training Course: Mixing Acoustic Pop
I’m excited, this course Mixing Acoustic Pop featuring the song ‘Chosen’ by Jeris Cole. This includes session files. I’ve covered everything: kick, snare, toms, hi-hat, overheads, room mics, bass, bass amp — everything you can imagine: keys, electric guitars acoustic guitars, the vocal.
I’m showing you how you can take this song from the rough state of this [rough mix] and turn it into something like this [final mix].
I’m gonna walk you through and give an overview of my process. It’s gonna be a little bit different than some of the tutorials out there, even a little bit different than what I’ve done in the past. I’m not gonna mix this song in front of you. I’m going to walk you through step-by-step what I’ve done, why I’ve done it, the concepts, the plugins, the usage — everything that I can think of. I’m talking a lot, but it’s a great lesson for you if you’re looking to step up your mixing game, even if you’ve been doing this for a little while, if you’re up-and-comer, if you’re new to this, if you’re producing, and you really want to dive deep into mixing your own records, impress your clients, little bit more money for yourself whenever you’re mixing your records then this is the course for you. I’m gonna take you through equalization, when to cut, when to boost, why not to be afraid to boost in significant amounts.
So this song, great song, great singer, you’re gonna use it for your portfolio, you’re gonna add to it, you’re gonna delete, you’re gonna record your own drums, you’re gonna put your own keys, you’re gonna add harmonies, you can do whatever you want with these files, they’re yours to use. You just can’t sell it. You can use it for your portfolio, you can use it for your resume, you can add it to your website, you can market your services with whatever you want to do these files, they’re yours to use.
All emails go to firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions, any hesitations, feel free to email me. I’ve also bundled this with The Mix Series and Mixing Vocals so you get a great value at that and I can’t wait for you to step up your mixing game. I trust that you’re gonna enjoy this and if you have any questions, hit me up. Thanks again.
– Identifying problematic frequencies
– Subtractive EQ/Vocal Clean up
– Compression/Parallel Compression
– Multiband Compression
– Delay, Reverb, Distortion and Modulation