Watch Bob Horn, a Grammy Award winning mixing engineer who's worked with artists such as, Usher, Timbaland, Akon, Ne-Yo, Brian Culbertson, Macy Gray, Michael Jackson, Jay-Z, and many more, mix a song from the band Mayfield from start to finish. You'll see the whole mixing process from drums, bass, guitars vocals, automation and much more.
This is an excellent session where Bob Horn leaves nothing out and dives deep into a variety of creative mixing techniques that he uses on three great songs. You will get to see everything he does from the moment he receives the track to the finishing touches he makes before delivering the final mix.
Daniel Ford is back at Pro Studio Live to tune our minds and ears into the science of mixing. He opens a session of his own to show us how he improves a mix. He’s an expert on being more effective while using less processing.
Sit next to Grammy winner John Paterno while he explains to you, step-by-step, how he mixed Robbie Williams' hit song: "Don't Stop Talking". Through this amazing 3 hour journey John starts from the foundation of the rhythm section and offers priceless insights on how he recorded the sessions and then he walks you through his choices of plug-ins and analog hardware to process over 60+ tracks.
The late Nathan Milstein’s 1975 stereo remake (DG mid-price) was his own preferred version of these pillars of the violin repertoire with which he had been so associated since his youth in Odessa. But his (broadly faster) mid-Fifties New York account, now remastered and restored by EMI, was a famous yardstick of its time – a grandly phrased, aristocratically structured, Romantically resonant statement to treasure beside Menuhin and Heifetz. These are epic virtuoso performances justifying Milstein’s view that with this music the performer could ‘bask in the most glamorous light’. Stylistically, purists will object to their expressive liberty and gesture. But few will be able to resist their artistry or intensity of delivery.
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Mediocre mixing ruins songs. Don’t let good songs go to waste – get a complete mixing education with Isaac Cotec in Mixing Electronic Music In Ableton Live.