Dueling Mixes is a place to get that guided practice you’ve been looking for…from not one, but TWO teachers/mix engineers. Here’s how it works… One Song Every month, Graham and Joe will compete against each other in mixing the same song (in their individual studios). We’ll be competing, comparing, and keeping score. Here’s the cool part. Multi-Track Files As a Dueling Mixes member, each month you’ll receive the multi-track audio files for that month’s
Do you ever sit in your studio, working on a project, and you think, “I wonder how another engineer does this?” Yep, me too. I remember many a night of spending hours working on a song, only to feel like I was just spinning my wheels, and never making any progress. I thought if I could just sit down and talkwith a few engineers, I would be well on my way to making
Do any of these describe you? You have a hard drive full of unfinished songs. You could spend hours in your studio and sometimes not accomplish anything. You feel like you’re spinning your wheels. You never know what to do next on a song. You’re overwhelmed. You simply want to know how to get to the next level with your recordings. If so, then keep reading… The production club is
Take Notes From A Professional Acoustician And Learn How To Transform Your Studio From An Acoustic MESS To A Great-Sounding Room. When you read the words acoustic treatment, what comes to mind? A few pieces of foam slapped up on the wall? What if I hired you to acoustically treat my home studio, would you know where to start? Or would you put the treatment up so that they “look pretty”?
You work so hard on your recordings, spending hours tracking, mixing, and mastering your recordings. What’s missing? EDITING. Your mixes sound pretty good, but the timing just isn’t as tight as you wish it was. You’d like to fix some of these issues, but you’re just not sure how. YOU are the reason I put together Understanding Editing, 3.5 hours of video tutorials where you get to watch me edit and pocket my own
with a little practice, you can go from hating compression to loving it and wielding it to get great results. Do any of these describe you? You sometimes wonder if the track sounded better before you started compressing it. You grab compressor knobs at random and start twisting, hoping something will sound better. Your mixes are too quiet. Your mixes are too loud. Your mixes don’t sound nearly as full or professional as everyone else’s. You buy more
The problem? You don’t really know where to start. That’s where Understanding EQ can help. Do any of these describe you? You sometimes wonder if the track sounded better before you started EQ-ing it. You grab EQ knobs at random and start twisting, hoping something will sound better. Your mixes sound muddy. Your mixes sound thin. Your mixes sound harsh. Your mixes don’t sound as full and clear as everyone else’s. You buy more gear (mics, preamps,