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    Rock Mixing Session TUTORiAL

    SYNTHiC4TE | April 24 2016 | 2.32 GB

    Learn from magesy download Grammy Award Winning Bob Horn as he Mixes a Rock Song from magesy download Start to Finish. 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 magesy download the band Mayfield from magesy download start to finish. You’ll see the whole mixing process from magesy download drums, bass, guitars vocals, automation and much more.

    First, Bob will show you the tracks that he is working on and the edits he made in order to facilitate his mixing style. This session was recorded by Bob Horn at Signature Sound, which you can find in our archives if you want to see how this was tracked more in depth. This is a pop rock song that has traditional elements like drums, bass, acoustic and electric guitars and vocals. Bob Horn will pick out details in each element he adds to the mix and will address them with his own techniques. Not only does he demonstrate his favorite gear, but he will also explain why and in which cases it’s useful. He will mix mostly in the box but he will also use some of his outboard gear. By watching every move Bob Horn makes, you will get to see and hear why his decisions are so effective and his mixing workflow so efficient.

    Topics include:
    Episode 1
    – Getting familiar with tracks
    – Session set up and bus routing
    – Drum processing
    – Enhancing drums with samples

    Episode 2
    – Parallel drum compression
    – Bass compression and eq
    – Side chain compression
    – Black Box HG-2 on master bus
    – Electric guitar processing
    – Mixing through guitar pedals
    – Slap delay on guitars

    Episode 3
    – Miscellaneous mixing decisions he took while we were on break
    – More details on the HG-2
    – Master bus processing
    – Mixing in a guitar solo
    – Vocal effects
    – Mixing in claps
    – Mixing in main vocals
    – Slap delay on vocals

    Episode 4
    – Widening a guitar track with Ozone imager
    – Vocal processing
    – Locomotive compressor on vocals
    – Final adjustments and automation
    – Final questions

    Rock Mixing Session TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE


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