Delivering Great Mixes

Like a chef, you have to know what great food tastes like before you can cook your own meal.


Delivering Great Mixes

What's inside?

Content

A strategy for confidently completing a mix Techniques on how to create cohesive and professional-sounding mixes Recommendations for how to create great mixes from imperfect productions Tips and Tricks around how to eliminate competition between the kick and bass And useful techniques to efficiently and effectively deliver your mix to a mastering engineer, client, or record label

In this book

Like a chef, you have to know what great food tastes like before you can cook your own meal, so read the articles here and dedicate a few minutes every day to listening and studying successful productions. Analyze songs you want to compete with to see what makes them tick and learn to apply that knowledge to your mixes.


[An] Average band with a great drummer sounds great, great band with an average drummer sounds average.
— Buddy Rich
“I've always had a fascination with making your own music but never have been skilled enough to play the instrument, so to be able to make music without the ability was awesome.”
— Avicii

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